Mini reserves the GP moniker for its hottest hatchbacks, and the latest one lives up the legacy of the past pint-sized performers. It wears aggressive additions to the body like blade-like rear fender flares and a huge wing on the roof. The 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder pumps out a potent 302 horsepower and has enough muscle to push the Mini to 62 mph in 5.1 seconds. In a move that might not make enthusiasts happy, an eight-speed automatic is the only gearbox choice. The company only plans to build 3,000 GPs, so if the idea of a little hatchback with impressive performance appeals to you, then act quickly to get one.