When it was introduced in 1999, the Boxster was dismissed by many clueless car critics as a “girls’ car.” However, anyone who has driven a Boxster more than 5 feet knows it’s a serious roadster that leaves many others in the dust. The latest version is even better, with updated exterior styling, a decadently comfortable cabin, a bigger engine and teutonically-clever electronics to make driving it a pure blast. The mid-engine layout and perfect weight distribution allow the Boxster to go around corners as effortlessly as Miley Cyrus twerks. To improve on an already outstanding ride, Porsche offers the PASM and PVT systems. These enhance the legendary handling ability by continuously tweaking the suspension to suit road conditions, while applying precise bursts of brake to the inside rear wheel during turns. The result is agility that would impress a snake. To maximize the experience, opt for the “S” version; Porsche.com.