Slow motion is the new slow motion, and if you can’t get your hands on a brand new one, you’re in luck.
We asked readers to name the fastest cars they own in their garage and they’ve come up with a list of the best.
Read on to see which one is the best for you.1.
Ford F-150 Raptor: We’re not talking about the Raptor’s fast top speed or the engine’s performance here.
We’re talking about how well it handles the elements of everyday life.
We put this one to the test at the local garage, where we used the fenders and the roof as well as the front and rear seats as a test bed.
We had to keep a constant eye on the roof to avoid tipping over, and even with the wind deflector installed we were able to steer with no problem.2.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution: We know the Evo has a long list of specs, but the one we tested here wasn’t one of them.
The Evolution is a supercar, but it’s also got some interesting specs too.
We tested the car at home with our hands free, and we noticed that the engine doesn’t need to rev more than one minute per full rotation.
Also, we could easily turn it into a one-seat convertible by flipping the suspension up and down and steering the car like a car.3.
Porsche Cayenne: A Cayenne with a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine has some pretty impressive specs.
The one we used was a stock version that was rated at 275 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque, which is impressive considering the Cayenne is only 300 pounds heavier than the Nissan Altima.
However, we couldn’t get a full ride-by-wire system up and running, so we had to use a remote control that’s actually mounted in the trunk.
The manual mode had us on the floor for the ride, but with no steering wheel or pedals, the car’s suspension is a bit stiff and you’re not getting a lot of traction.4.
Lexus GS 500: The GS 500 isn’t the quickest car around, but we’re glad it was around at all.
The Japanese supercar’s suspension and brakes were also surprisingly good, and it made it through our testing without a scratch.5.
Honda CBR1000RR: The CBR is a pretty solid all-around performer, and while its power isn’t as impressive as the GS 500, the CBR gets close thanks to its impressive all-wheel drive system.
The CBRs chassis is also more aggressive than the GS500, but once you get past that, you’ll find the ride and handling very enjoyable.6.
Porsche 911 Turbo S: The GTI’s suspension was excellent, but its handling and handling dynamics were lacking.
The 987 Turbo S had a similar feeling to the GTI, but there was no noticeable steering wheel- and pedal-less feel.7.
Honda CR-Z: This is another supercar that has great performance but lacks a lot.
The Honda CRZ’s suspension isn’t too stiff and its traction is excellent, making it easy to get behind the wheel and feel like you’re going fast.8.
Nissan Versa: The Versa was built in the late 1970s and is the only car in this list that we tested that’s only available in two colors: black and white.
The Versas design is a little strange, as the driver is supposed to wear the white part, but when you get in the car, it’s hard to tell.
We thought that the black part looked a little bit like a hood ornament.
The black part of the Versa has a very unique design that looks like a headlight.
It’s a good thing too, because it makes the Versas a very fun car to drive.9.
Mazda MX-5 Miata: This Mazda is not for everyone, but for us, it was the best option to get the best out of the Miata’s performance.
Its suspension was also excellent, thanks to the Mazda’s all-new front and all- new rear axle systems.
The brakes were good, too, thanks in part to the new Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires.10.
Mercedes-Benz C-Class: This luxury car is a big step up from the C-Series.
The C-class has been outfitted with the new Mercedes-AMG-P W06 Hybrid, which we also like.
The Mercedes-amgen turbocharged 3.0-liter engine, which has a claimed 0-60 mph time of 3.5 seconds, is also excellent for the price.11.
BMW M6: This one has a lot going for it, but in order to get a good balance of driving experience and performance, we had no problem getting into the car.
It has a sporty stance, but our test car had the