The McLaren 570S is the least expensive model in McLaren’s lineup. With a V-8 that sends chills down your spine and the level of driver engagement required to drive it, this “entry-level” McLaren might also be the most fun.
As long as you ignore the backseat and some of the unusable technology, there’s a lot to love about the Lotus Evora. The nimble and predictable handling will delight any driver, and we have to admit we were utterly smitten with this Toyota-powered, +2 vehicle.
Unless you can make it to a track on a regular basis, owning the Audi R8 V10 Plus is going to drive you nuts. We want one anyway.
Is the Alfa Romeo 4C Spider an affordable exotic that any buyer is bound to love in every way? No. It’s a love/hate thing. But with bellissima looks and thrilling acceleration, it’s certainly worth a test fling.
The 2015 McLaren 650S Spider leap frogs over the MP4-12C in terms of speed and handling. And while we really enjoyed pushing the 650S Spider to its limits – which it handled with ease – it's not without a few quirks and foibles.
The BMW i8 packs a tremendous amount of technology into its compact size. With exotic-car looks and plenty of power, can a plug-in hybrid really act like a sports car?