Pretty much all of our favorite cars from the 2013 New York Auto Show feature four words: Street. Legal. Track. Car. Forgive us for being power and speed hungry. Sorry we're not sorry. The 2014 Porsche 911 GT3, in the 50th year of the 911, saw a major change in its transmission this year. Instead of a six-speed manual, the track-ready animal now has a PDK dual-clutch automatic, which does all the work for you, and gives you a faster drive than you could ever manage anyway.
The auto shifter, linked with its 3.8L, 475hp inline-six, gets you to 60 in 3.3 seconds and will top out at 195 mph. With that type of speed, and the incredibly grounded suspension, it's a car that will make you want to build your house on the infield of a track. Cost, you ask? $131,350.