2. It Really Exists!

Attraction: Subaru BRZ
Complex Says: The BRZ no longer retains even the slightest hint of automotive vaporware. What Subaru is displaying at the Chicago Auto Show is the real deal, including its slick set of 17-inch alloys, a limited-slip rear differential, an integrated navigation system, and HID headlights. Premium and limited packages differ slightly, as they do on most cars, but it's cool that both trim levels automatically get the nav system. We also like the little details, like the styling of the rear diffuser. The BRZ's fraternal twin, the Scion FR-S, was also in attendance--but we have to say that between the two, the BRZ gets our vote.