UPDATED: The Top 15 Cars for Street Racing
Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ
When Toyota and Subaru first announced they were working together to develop a new compact, rear-wheel-drive sport coupe, gearheads of almost all stripes were sent into a frothy frenzy of anticipation. And the dynamic oversteery duo – which answer to Subaru BRZ and – depending on the market – Toyota 86, Toyota GT86 or Scion FR-S – were indeed worth the wait in many respects. Alas, power wasn’t one of those respects, as the 2.0L flat-four is pumping out a modest200 horsepower; luckily, there are fixes in the forms of aftermarket superchargers and turbochargers available.