3. 2016 Porsche Cayman GT4
With a suspension built for racing, growling engine, and slick aerodynamic add-ons, the Porsche Cayman GT4 is a badass track car you can drive on the street. The 385 horsepower 3.8 liter flat-six is coupled to a six-speed manual transmission. No lame automatic is offered one this sweet machine. A limited-slip differential, Porsche’s torque-vectoring system, and active transmission mounts are featured on the 2016 model. The front suspension mimics the Cayman GT3, with the same hub carriers and adjustable control arms. The rear suspension is beefed up, with ball-jointed links and “helper springs” that pre-tension the main springs. The new aerodynamic kit replaces the old pop-up spoiler with a carbon-reinforced polymer wing, that generates ample downforce. If you have the money to spend and a need for speed, the Cayman GT4 is a perfect choice.