A modern Fiero with the LNF engine would be a blast. The Corvette is so fast and powerful these days that they could actually make the Fiero right the first time this go-round. With an aluminum chassis and CFRP body panels I'l bet they could make the car under 2800lbs even with all the modern safety requirements. Really, if GM was smart they would remake the Fiero with the turbo 4 banger capable of really high MPG instead of a base model Corvette to meet CAFE requirements. Then just produce the Z06 and ZR1 variants in low volume numbers. They would end up charging $45k for a loaded Fiero probably, but it would still be way cheaper than a Porsche Cayman or that new Alfa Romero and probably faster than both at the track. Could you imagine your Fiero with a 295 HP/320 TQ LNF motor with the brakes, magnetic shocks, and stability control system of the current Corvette?
[This message has been edited by jediperk (edited 07-21-2014).]