From the Archive: Comparing three different approaches to the same sports-car goal with the 2010 Chevy Corvette Grand Sport, Lotus Evora, and Porsche Cayman S.
This three-car roundup has us feeling like Goldilocks, and only one of us is blond. We’ve got the usual complaints: One’s too cramped, one’s too slow, one’s too hot, one’s too lumpy, and so on. What we have here are three quite different sports cars with the same things in mind: maximal involvement, minimal suffering.
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