The average price of a new car is over $30,000, but who says enthusiasts need to drop that much coin? Here are 20 favorites that make the cut.
They were the enthusiast cars of the 1980s. Does the old magic still work?
Even if you have triple the power and all-wheel drive, gravity always wins.
Porsche's ultimate 911 doesn't stand a chance against this old French hatchback. Chris Harris explains why.
Three of today's hottest new two-doors battle it out at Hockenheim.
Two of the market's greatest new off-roaders battle it out in the middle of the desert.
It might help with grip and stability, but all-wheel-drive also adds weight and complexity.
The Long-Tail 675 is one of the most capable new road cars, but against a legit track monster, it doesn't stand a chance.
Naturally aspirated versus turbocharged: which is fastest on the circuit?
The two fastest, most powerful 911s you can buy today go head-to-head on track.
Torque vectoring and unmatched acceleration are the keys to going really, really fast.
Three of today's hottest new sporting cars go head to head on a slippery british circuit.
Mercedes-AMG's 577 horsepower monster completed a lap of the 'Ring in 7:10.92. Holy whoa.
Toyota and Honda are leading the way, with the IIHS focusing on headlight performance and crash prevention for 2017.
They might have the same name, but these two hot hatches don't have a lot in common.
Ferrari's entry-level car has nothing basic about it.
Who needs the hybrid stuff when you have the Number of the Beast in horsepower from a twin-turbo V8?
...vs. Ferrari F12vs. McLaren 570Svs. Lamborghini Huracan vs. Mercedes-Benz AMG GTS vs. Porsche GT3 RS vs. Aston Martin Vantage GT12.
Two entry-level German performance cars duke it out for glory.
Two mid-engine middleweights go head to head in the hills of West Virginia.
Is it the Honda Civic Type R, or the Volkswagen Golf GTI Clubsport S?
Just when you thought Porsche's four-wheel drive monster could beat just about any production car off the line, McLaren raised a hand.