Originally Posted by GoingTooFast
That's precisely this Subaru's point...
"Good handling" can be achieved multiple ways. The E30 had a lot of slack and was slow and predictable at the limit. From the looks of things, this car doesn't look like it has much "slack" and will offer superior handling through typical sportscar meat-and-potato engineering (i.e. low center of gravity, stiff controlled suspension, neutral weight balance, etc).