Hitting the open road in a sports car in the summertime is pretty much every man's dream, right? Well, if it isn't, you should get your head checked because nailing the interstate and the back roads of our great country just isn't the same in anything other than a sports car. But that also means limited space for packing, limited passenger capacity and probably quite a bit of heavy-footedness. And contrary to popular belief, sports cars don't have to be cursed with cramped quarters and Marquis du Sade-like levels of discomfort.
Porsche 911 Targa
Any Porsche 911 would be a great solo sports car for the open road thanks to its excellent driving dynamics, near-peerless performance, and then there's that flat-six wail that's positively
Corvette Stingray Convertible
There's no better sports car bargain on earth than the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible ($60,395 base MSRP) because it not only provides long distance and backroads driving delights, it also happens to be one of the finest performance automobiles on earth with its potent 460 hp 6.2-liter V8 engine and the kind of steering and handling
Lexus RC 350 F Sport
Though we wouldn't call the Lexus RC a classic, the Japanese luxury brand is certainly on to something here. The RC 350 F Sport ($46,885 base MRSP) is quick, eye-catching but most importantly, it's ridiculously comfortable for seriously long drives. The sport bucket seats cradle your