The Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 is one of the company's most exciting vehicles to drive, but it is being functionally replaced by something even spicier, the supercharged GT500. Still, it's hard not to be sad about the lesser Shelby – especially since its traditional six-speed manual transmission and high-revving, flat-plane-crank 5.2-liter V8 appeals to purists more than the supercharged, dual-clutch GT500.

What's more, it offers a bit more of a balanced driving experience. While the GT500 can sometimes feel overpowered, the GT350 almost always has enough grip in reserve to tame its 526 horsepower – especially in stiffened, grippy GT350R form.