FWD, in all honesty, doesn't make for a good anything other than an economy car; that's why it became so popular because America's love affair with the big block V8 came to a screeching halt. A FWD car with the same power and torque ratings as a RWD or an AWD will still end up at the bottom of the pack in almost all respects because of the inherent flaws of the setup (traction loss, severe understeer, etc). Usually they are lighter because the drivetrain requires less parts, but it can only take you so far. Of course an unlimited budget can make any car a supercar, but that's a whole other can of worms.
"Nagi, how do you feel about being 'normal'? Normal means that if you leave something alone, it just remains that way forever. So if you can't stand that, then you have to be "not normal" in some area... - Seiichi Kirima's dying words