For performance purists it's tough to match the driving dynamics of a fast RWD car. Rear-wheel drive cars use the rear tires to accelerate and the front tires to steer, a balance that offers the best steering feel by asking the rubber ahead of the driver to concentrate exclusively on changing direction. RWD cars also offer the ability to steer - or alter the pitch of an automobile - with the throttle, which adds an extra dimension of control to the driving equation. Although traction might not be at the same level as that of an all-wheel drive vehicle, a fast rear-wheel drive car can still astound you with excellent grip out of the hole-shot.
Let's take a quick look at 10 fast RWD cars currently on the market.