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The 11 best performance cars of 2015

The 11 best performance cars of 2015




2015 Audi R8
Balanced all-wheel-drive handling and a fantastic dual-clutch transmission make the R8 one of the most usable supercars.


2015 BMW M3 / 2015 BMW M4
In either body style, BMW's archetypal M cars love quaffing long uphill runs at the horizon with gusto, shaving a hundred miles per hour undramatically off with the carbon-ceramics, and settling firmly and predictably into uphill 30-degree bends without a knee bent.

2015 Chevrolet Corvette
Seriously fast, incredibly fun, and a monstrous value, the 2015 Corvette Stingray sets a benchmark for performance.


2015 Ferrari 458 Italia
The Italia is one of the most accessible yet capable high-performance cars to ever be produced by the Italian sports-car maker.


2015 Jaguar XK
t may be off the market, but we can't help to notice the XK still--it has a sleek and sexy shell, and offers a uniquely British experience.


2015 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT
The swan-song SLS AMG GT is a controllable, manageable, and easy-to-drive super-performance car.

2015 Nissan GT-R
You won't believe it until you experience it. The 2015 Nissan GT-R is capable of astonishingly high levels of grip — and all the performance numbers to match.


2015 Porsche 911
It's much bigger these days, but the Porsche 911's outline still carries the charm of the original.

2015 Porsche 918 Spyder
Styled in the vein of the Carrera GT supercar, the 918 Spyder draws on the best of Porsche's heritage, while keeping both eyes firmly on the present and future.


2015 Porsche Boxster / 2015 Porsche Cayman
The Boxster and Cayman are the quintessential Porsche sports cars, with lovely echoes of classic Spyders.


2015 Tesla Model S
With the addition of the astounding P85D all-wheel-drive performance model, the 2015 Tesla Model S goes from fast to furious

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