For 2021, the Mach 1 trim level is returning to Fords iconic ponycar.
A high-revving naturally aspirated motor, a 6-speed manual transmission, and the very best track-driving technology all wrapped into one very boisterous and very blue package.
Reading through the marketing materials, we were initially dismayed, but the Hyundai Veloster N is one of the most capable and enjoyable new performance cars on the market.
The Graphite Performance Edition adds a few unique styling upgrades, but it also includes several beneficial options that are must-haves for the utmost comfort. Our favorites in this package is the inclusion of Magnetic Ride Control, the 6.2L V8, and the 10-speed automatic.
The shining star of the Regal GS is how it handles. The steering, suspension, brakes, and even the all-wheel-drive system all work in tandem to make it happen.
You can feel the time and effort engineers have put into enhancing, refining, and dialing-in every component if this pony car. The Performance Pack Level 2 takes the 2018 Mustang GT to the next level.
The Mercedes-AMG S65 is an Olympian, the automotive equivalent of a marathoner. Not the quickest over short ground or most agile, but the sheer pace over long distances will put any other competitor to shame.
One of my favorite segments is the performance SUV. Perhaps it’s the fact that fun and function are well blended. Plus, there’s an element of surprise since most people do not expect an SUV to reach 60 mph in 5.1 seconds.
Consider the 2017 Honda Civic Si the most affordable and most available performance-oriented Civic on the market.
The retro vibe of the BRZ and 86 doesn’t need any more power. They just need someone who can enjoy the drive.