Even though it’s getting on in years, the ND Mazda MX-5 still offers one of the purest and most joyful driving experiences out there.
Honda’s new Civic Type R is the fastest front-wheel drive car in the world, but it’s what made its Nürburgring lap record possible that actually makes it feel so special.
The Toyota GR86 is an affordable sports car that’s almost peerless when it comes to bang-for-your-buck fun.
If the Ferrari Purosangue is out of your price range, perhaps Alfa Romeo’s epic Stelvio Quadrifoglio could be the Ferrari-engined SUV for you?
Hot hatches used to be the ideal blend of practicality and performance for a reasonable price, but the T-Roc R takes that recipe and manages to improve it for today’s market.
The EV6 GT is the fastest and most expensive Kia ever, but it’s also the best car the company has made by far. In fact, it borders on being flawless.
Not too long ago, the thought of Toyota building a car like the GR Corolla would have been unthinkable. Now, though, this hardcore hot hatch is very real – and, most importantly, very brilliant.
BMW’s mid-spec sporty coupé might be easy to overlook on paper due to its four-pot engine and lack of an M badge, but it manages to find a sweet spot that shows BMW at its best.
The new Ford Ranger Raptor is bold, rugged, and capable – but then, it always has been. The difference with this new model is that it’s also, finally, fast.
With a manual gearbox you’ll get the most authentic WRX experience available, but it does require spending some proper time with this six-speed to really get the best out of it.