The Cayman has long lived in the high-performance shadow of its big brother. No more. Borrowing components from the 911 GT3, the Porsche Cayman GT4 is the first Cayman to wear GT badging. It lives up to its heritage with a 385 hp 3.8L flat-six engine, a six-speed manual transmission, a 0-60 time of just 4.2 seconds, and a top speed of 183 mph. Other features include a ceramic composite braking system, full bucket seats, a large fixed rear wing for added downforce, and a custom Sport Chrono Package with Track Precision app for stats like lap times, race statistics, and GPS-based analysis.
With a heritage taking back 40 years to the 308 GTB, the all-new Ferrari 488 GTB boasts all the track-level performance you'd expect from the Prancing Horse. Like its predecessors, it sports a mid-mounted V8 — this time a new turbocharged 3902 cc unit — that's paired to a seven-speed transmission and is good for 660 hp, a 0-60 time of under three seconds, and a top speed of over 205 mph. Other improvements include track-worthy response times, a new version of Ferrari's side slip angle control system, and an aerodynamic body that set a company record for efficiency thanks to 50 percent more downforce than the previous model and reduced drag.