I love the Subaru BRZ. It is such a focused driver’s car thanks to is tight steering, stiff suspension, snickety shifter, smooth clutch take-up, and overall tossibility. Its heavily bolstered seats hug you like your mamma and the adjustable steering column allows the perfect driving position to be achieved. Okay, so the BRZ’s 2.0-liter flat-four cylinder might be underpowered at 205 horsepower and desperately low on torque at only 156 pound-feet, but the car isn’t slow by any means. It’s not about straight-line performance, but all about cornering and enjoying the visceral driving experience as every touch point sends feedback. The BRZ is a great drivers car.