There’s more to driving than simply getting from A to B. Of course, the majority of new car releases are focused on reducing emissions, increasing connectivity, and perhaps improving the sound system. But, the core of any vehicle is its drivability.
It doesn’t matter how good the vehicle specs are, if it's not fun to drive you’re not going to hang onto it. That’s why handling continues to be the most important aspect of any vehicle.
It should be noted that every car is made to turn corners. If you suspect an issue with the handling you need to click here and get expert assistance, it’s simply too important an issue to ignore.
But, if you really want to enjoy the ride, you’re going to have to try one of the following 5 cars. They are arguably the best handling cars in 2020.
- BMW M2 Competition
BMW’s have got bigger and heavier, distancing themselves from the features that made them such good cars. Fortunately, the M2 goes a long way to correcting this issue.
It’s a little heavy but the 3.0 liter straight-six turbocharged engine offers 405 horsepower and perfect balance. It’s rear-wheel drive, allowing you to dance your way around corners, and enjoy the process.
- Chevrolet Camaro SS 1LE
But, the Chevrolet Camaro SS has a whopping 6.2 liter V8 offering 455 horsepower and rear-wheel drive. However, it’s the combination of suspension and brakes that really allow this car to shine. You’ll struggle to beat it around the corners and you’re unlikely to match the fun factor of driving this car, especially on a track.
- Ferrari 488 Pista
But, it’s also mid-engined, making it perfectly balanced and easy to drive hard around the corners. Add in the Side Slip Control and commit to a corner and you’ll be really impressed with how this car stays on the road, regardless of the corner or the speed.
- Honda Civic Type R
But, few other cars on the market handle as well as this one. It’s just pure fun.
- Hyundai Veloster N
It has a 2liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine with 275 horsepower and, assuming you take the Performance package, electronically controlled limited-slip dif. Drive its nose into a corner and you’ll enjoy the sensation as you cruise round it.
In short, it’s the perfect starting point for anyone looking to enjoy the simple thrill of driving and cornering.