Though fuel efficiency was one of the catalysts that kicked off GM’s Fiero brand, by the middle of its lifespan, customers were demanding more performance from the line. In 1988, the Fiero featured significant upgrades, including a new suspension designed to better support the Fiero’s mid-engine layout. Little wonder then that with more power and a more focused design, the ’88 version is largely considered the best in the Fiero line. As it happens, it was also the last Fiero produced, despite a prototype for a 1990 version being produced. The Fiero may be gone but it’s still fondly remembered; a quick spin in Forza 4 is all the proof you’ll need to know why.