Khodrocar – Most people think sports cars don’t make great commuter cars. Here are some that break the mold.
The BMW M2 is arguably the best M car BMW currently makes. It's the smallest, which means it's also the lightest. Also, it can be had with a manual transmission. The new M2 Competition, shown above, is just as luxurious as the normal M2, but it's powered by the engine from the M3 and M4. Seems like a win-win to us.
Can't afford a 911? Looking for a properly tuned mid-engine experience? The Porsche Cayman is the car for you. It's just as nice as the 911 inside, and whether you get a turbocharged 718 model or an older flat-six powered car, you'll be having the time of your life behind the wheel.
Ford Mustang GT
The new Mustang makes a great all-rounder, with plenty of modern tech and comfort-minded features. We'd recommend going for the Performance Pack 1—it has enough capability for track use, and isn't as hardcore as the more expensive Performance Pack 2.
The R35-generation GT-R was one of the first totally digital sports car experiences you could buy, and includes a bunch of different features to make sure you're comfortable behind the wheel. It even has four seats, so you can take the whole family along, if you desire.
AMG's newest flagship is a hit among enthusiasts everywhere, and it's easy to see why. The comfort and poise of a Mercedes combined with that fantastic 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 and stunning looks make for one hell of a car—one you can start up a drive to work in without any sort of fuss.