We pick the winner of PCOTY with our hearts. The numbers aren't everything, there's more to a car than how quickly it gets to 60 or how many gs it pulls in a corner. But we also can't ignore the numbers. And that you don't want us to. So here's the hard data for all eight of this year's contenders.
Say what you will about it being a crossover, but this is a crossover that hit 60 in 3.3 seconds. That's nuts.
Audi's RS5 is a competent GT car, but it's no slouch in the corners either.
It may have more power than the standard M5, but it hits 60 in the same time as the Stelvio. Wow.
0 to 60? 3.1. 60 to 0? 112 feet. Ridiculous numbers.
Ferrari's hardcore 488 doesn't disappoint on the time sheets.
The Senna puts down the numbers you'd expect from a car that costs $1 million .
0 to 60 in three seconds. In a wagon. Where do we sign up?
The quickest car off the line, the GT2 RS gets to 60 in 2.6 seconds. It gets to 100 in 5.6, a time that would have been quick for a 911 to hit 60 just a few years ago.