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2018 Nissan 370Z
“The 370Z is also notable for more than just its dynamic talents. Surprisingly, the interior is luxurious and the ride is comfortable, so long road trips are possible.” —   See More Reviews
2018 Audi S3
“That grip-and-go nature lets you throw the car just about as hard as you like at a corner and come out the other side smelling like a rose.” — Motor Trend   See More Reviews
2018 Audi TT
“The [Audi TT's] brakes did not fade in the face of aggressive driving and maintained a consistent feel. ” — New Car Test Drive   See More Reviews
2018 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
2018 Audi TTS
“Even in sport mode, the [2009 Audi TTS'] magnetic shocks offer the best combination of ride and handling: always firm and never harsh. ” — Car and Driver   See More Reviews
2018 BMW 2-Series
2018 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
2018 Audi RS 3
2018 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
2018 Alfa Romeo 4C
“...a carbon-fiber structure, composite body panels, a high-pressure-turbocharged four-banger and a dual-clutch automated manual transmission” —   See More Reviews
2018 Mercedes-Benz SLC-Class
2018 Cadillac ATS-V
“...we've lauded [the regular ATS's] capable handling. The ATS-V has made it even more exceptional.” —   See More Reviews
2018 Audi TT RS
“A great engine is nothing unless it's hooked up to a great transmission, and the TT RS comes equipped with a slick 6-speed manual that's as easy to operate as an automatic, with a light, responsive clutch and short shift throws.” — Forbes   See More Reviews
2018 BMW M3
“This power is fed through a standard-fit six-speed manual gearbox with an auto throttle-blipping function, though you can spec the seven-speed double clutch (DCT) transmission featuring something BMW officially calls (and we're really, really not making this up)... the Smokey Burnout function. Yes folks, the new M3 and M4 are hooligans.” — TopGear   See More Reviews
2018 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider
“Transforming coupes into convertibles doesn't always bode well for the design, but in the case of the mid-engine 4C, the open-top version remains just as scrumptious to behold as the coupe.” — Car and Driver   See More Reviews
2018 Audi RS 5
“This engine is a model of linear, free-revving performance. ” — Automobile   See More Reviews
2018 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.” —   See More Reviews
2018 BMW M4
“While the weighting changes, the numbness never does, but the steering is so immediate and so precise that it feels unfair to complain about a lack of feel. There are few better steering racks overall on the market. ” — Car and Driver   See More Reviews
2018 Chevrolet Corvette
“The Corvette accelerates like a rocket (duh), has razor-sharp steering, zero body roll, and looks damned fine. That's not the best part about it, though. I'd argue the best part is how easy it is to milk all the performance. ” — AutoWeek   See More Reviews
2018 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. ” —   See More Reviews
2018 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
2018 Cadillac CTS-V
2018 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class
“The cabin... is a pleasant place to be, featuring plenty of insulation to keep quiet on the road.” — Motor Trend   See More Reviews
2018 Lexus LC
2018 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.” —   See More Reviews
2018 BMW M5
“Simply put, the new M5, codenamed F10, is discreetly wicked.” — Road & Track   See More Reviews
2018 Nissan GT-R
“Just a quick look at the GT-R's spec sheet is enough to qualify it as a supercar.” — The Car Connection   See More Reviews
2018 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
2018 Audi S8
“The Audi S8 is in the running to be named the quietest, smoothest car extant. ” — Motor Trend   See More Reviews
2018 BMW M6
“Unlike regular 6ers, the M6 is equipped with hydraulic assist for the power steering.” — Car and Driver   See More Reviews
2018 Acura NSX
“The system uses the electric motors with their instant, brilliant torque, to fill in the powerband while the turbos wake up. There's no lag. None.” — Road & Track   See More Reviews
2018 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT
“In fact, you have handling that's capable of rivaling the current 991 Porsche 911. And with the AMG GT's hydraulic steering, the feel and finesse gets a nod in the Mercedes' favor.” — The Car Connection   See More Reviews
2018 Audi R8
“This, in essence, is what makes the new R8 truly great. Audi's given us more and better everything and taken virtually nothing in return. It's hard to ask for more than that.” — Motor Trend   See More Reviews
2018 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
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2018 Porsche 718 Cayman
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2018 Porsche 718 Boxster
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2018 McLaren 720S
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2018 McLaren 570S
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2018 McLaren 570GT
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2018 Maserati GranTurismo
“... the interior is lavishly appointed.” — Car and Driver   See More Reviews
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2018 Lotus Evora 400
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2018 Lamborghini Huracan
“ the stealth fighter--like cockpit is as luxurious as it is intense” — Car and Driver   See More Reviews
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2018 Lamborghini Aventador S
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2018 Ferrari GTC4Lusso
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2018 Ferrari California
“We actually prefer the California's simpler grille, as well as its hot-looking hood vents and the way the body sits athletically on its wheels” — Car and Driver   See More Reviews
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2018 Ferrari 812 Superfast
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2018 Ferrari 488 Spider
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2018 Ferrari 488 GTB
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2018 Aston Martin Vanquish
“Carbon-fiber body panels replace aluminum, and Aston Martin boasts exhaustive effort at weight control, but also more cabin and cargo volume in a car 6.4 inches wider and a half-inch taller than the one it replaces (wheelbase is identical, and overall length is a tenth of an inch shorter). ” — Car and Driver   See More Reviews
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2018 Aston Martin DB11
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