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2021 Aston Martin DB11
5.0 
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2021 Aston Martin DBS
5.0 
1
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2021 Audi RS 7
“Such luxuries have their appeal, but what makes the RS7 truly desirable is that it is one of the greatest performance sedans (well, hatchbacks) of all time...” — Car and Driver   See More Reviews
5.0 
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2021 Audi S4
“Even the sound it makes when we lift off the accelerator while barreling into a tight one at the end of a straight is great music.” — AutoWeek   See More Reviews
5.0 
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2021 Audi S5
“The engines, both of them nice pieces that rarely inspire complaint, are nevertheless different in character. The smaller engine somehow makes the car seem smaller than did the V-8, less like a muscle car and more, well, German.” — Car and Driver   See More Reviews
5.0 
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2021 Audi S6
“The V10 has a guttural growl, braking is stellar, handling is reasonably grippy and well-balanced, and while its power is less prodigious, AWD allows the S6 driver to exploit it in all seasons.” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
5.0 
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2021 Audi S7
“Few things in life can kick rationality to the curb like a thrilling high-performance car, and ...S7 is a case in point. ” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
5.0 
1
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2021 Audi S8
“The Audi S8 is in the running to be named the quietest, smoothest car extant. ” — Motor Trend   See More Reviews
5.0 
1
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2021 BMW M2
“The M2's turbocharged 3.0-liter has eyeball-flattening thrust from about 2000 rpm to the 7000-rpm redline.” — Car and Driver   See More Reviews
5.0 
1
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2021 BMW M5
“Simply put, the new M5, codenamed F10, is discreetly wicked.” — Road & Track   See More Reviews
5.0 
1
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2021 Dodge Challenger
“Unlike the original Challenger, which had a shapely "fuselage" body that wrapped under at the rocker panels, the new car is slightly more slab-sided. But that's a good thing because it makes this muscular car, with its 20-in. wheels and tires, look as if it is firmly planted to the tarmac. ” — Road & Track   See More Reviews
5.0 
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2021 Jaguar F-TYPE
“ when it comes to satisfying the emotional side of driving...Jaguar F-Type is one of the best sports cars available today.” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
5.0 
1
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2021 Toyota Supra
5.0 
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2021 Aston Martin Vantage
4.5 
2
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2021 Audi RS 6
4.5 
2
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2021 BMW 2-Series
4.5 
2
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2021 BMW 8-Series
4.5 
2
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2021 BMW M8
4.5 
2
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2021 BMW Z4
“...available with Adaptive M Sport suspension, consisting of computer-controlled adjustable dampers that constantly vary their firmness based on road surface inputs, steering angle and lateral acceleration data. ” — Edmunds.com   See More Reviews
4.5 
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2021 Lexus LC
4.5 
2
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2021 Porsche 911
“Gone are the previous naturally aspirated 3.4-liter and 3.8-liter 911 powerplants. The engines in both new Carreras displace 3.0 liters and feature two fixed-vane turbos; the S enjoys slighter larger compressors and a whiff more boost. ” — Automobile   See More Reviews
4.5 
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2021 BMW 7-Series
“Answering a question nearly everyone has asked, the BMW M760i is, at long last, the application of M Division wizardry to Bayerische Motoren Werke's largest sedan platform. ” — Automobile   See More Reviews
4.0 
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