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No Stranger Ranger: The Wildest Ford Pickup on eBay Right Now  May 29th, 2015 
 
 
 
Nissan’s Le Mans Livery Is Inspired by a 1990 Record-Breaker  May 29th, 2015 
Nissan has big plans for its crazy unconventional Le Mans prototype—a hybrid, mostly front-wheel-drive endurance racer that’s about as out-of-the-box as it gets. But the Nissan team hasn’t lost sight of its past, revealing a livery for the No. 21 Le Mans racer that commemorates the 25th anniversary of one of the most astonishing pole-position […] 
 
 
Fire Up the PS3 in Anticipation of This SRT Tomahawk Vision Gran Turismo  May 29th, 2015 
SRT teased its wild-looking addition to the Vision Gran Turismo collection of sci-fi concept cars for Gran Turismo 6. SRT made sure to keep some family resemblance in this concept—the thin headlights mimic the LED accent lighting on the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT, and that hood scoop has a very Viper-esque design. Of course, when you’re […] 
 
 
2015 Ford Focus SE 1.0L EcoBoost Sedan – Instrumented Test  May 29th, 2015 
 
 
 
2015 Ford Focus 1.0L EcoBoost Sedan Tested: Three’s (Not Enough) Company  May 29th, 2015 
We spend an awful lot of our energy analyzing and quantifying speed. Entire stories are centered around straight-line acceleration, the effects of different tires on 707-hp muscle cars at the drag strip (okay, one 707-hp muscle car), and even prodding rental cars to their top speeds—in reverse. We interrupt that programming to present a test […] 
 
 
2015 Porsche Boxster GTS PDK Tested: Made to Order  May 29th, 2015 
Ordering a Porsche can be a time-consuming affair. There are options on top of options and enough abbreviations to stymie a B-school graduate. In the interest of keeping it simple, stupid, Porsche streamlines the ordering process with the Boxster GTS. GTS, of course, is also an abbreviation; it stands for Gran Turismo Sport. READ MORE […] 
 
 
2015 Porsche Boxster GTS PDK – Instrumented Test  May 29th, 2015 
 
 
 
Watch Nine Classic Jaguars on the Mille Miglia  May 29th, 2015 
  Driving the Mille Miglia is not quite the five-star Italian vacation it appears in Jaguar’s video below. The route is befuddling, the traffic dense, and on top of it all, you’re expected to weave your rare vintage sports car around even rarer vintage sports cars while dealing with a back ache, a sore bum, […] 
 
 
Second Pace: J-Pace to Join F-Pace As Jaguar’s Second SUV  May 29th, 2015 
After years of leaving the SUV business to the Land Rover/Range Rover side of the house, Jaguar announced a while back that it would field its own luxury 4×4, the F-Pace. Previewed by the C-X17 concept [pictured above], the F-Pace is due to arrive in the fall of 2016. Now comes a report from Georg […] 
 
 
2016 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid and Plug-In Hybrid Driven: Making It Easier To Be Green  May 29th, 2015 
Although hybrids have been gathering dust in new-car showrooms of late, carmakers can’t afford to ignore them, for several reasons. For one, fuel prices respond to the law of what you could call gasoline-market gravity: What comes down must go up. Two, environmental and fuel-economy regulations are pushing automakers in that direction. And finally, most […] 
 
 
2016 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid and Plug-In Hybrid – First Drive Review  May 29th, 2015 
 
 
 
Takata Be Kidding Me: Chrysler and Ford Recall 2.1 Million More Cars For Defective Airbags  May 29th, 2015 
A week after Takata doubled its airbag recall, the 10 affected automakers have begun to identify the 17 million additional models that can shoot shrapnel at drivers and passengers in a crash. Of those already documented on our Takata page, Chrysler and Ford have added 2.1 million more cars, most of them later model years, […] 
 
 
FCA Rolls Back Powertrain Warranty  May 29th, 2015 
FCA US has reduced its powertrain coverage for 2016 model-year gasoline-powered vehicles. General Motors also made a change to its powertrain warranty earlier this year. 
 
 
Members of Congress Call on CFPB to Eliminate Arbitration Agreements  May 29th, 2015 
More than 50 members of Congress have signed a letter urging the CFPB to issue new rules to eliminate the use of forced arbitration clauses in consumer financial service contracts. 
 
 
U.S. Bank Monitoring F&I Product Pricing  May 29th, 2015 
U.S. Bank told dealers this week that it’s monitoring how they price F&I products. If its monitoring program finds ‘unexplained differences in pricing or excessive add-on product financing on a prohibited basis,’ dealers will be asked to provide an explanation. 
 
 
Black Book Releases Spanish Version of Mobile App  May 29th, 2015 
Black Book has launched a version of its mobile app for Spanish-speaking dealers, remarketers and other automotive professionals called Black Book Digital en Español. 
 
 
2015 Audi A3 TDI – Instrumented Test  May 28th, 2015 
 
 
 
Truckin': Every Full-Size Pickup Truck Ranked from Worst to Best  May 28th, 2015 
The pickup truck segment is so tightly contested you can hear a squeak when competing models pass each other on the road. Check out our ranking of half-ton pickups from worst to first.  
 
 
BWAH, BWAH, BWAAAAH: 2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS First Drive!  May 28th, 2015 
We just sat right-seat while rally legend Walter Röhrl drove the new Porsche 911 GT3 RS on the diabolical Bilster Berg racetrack in Northern Germany. The lean and lanky Röhrl, now in his late 60s, completes two deceptively fast laps with such nonchalance that he might as well be stirring sugar into a cup of […] 
 
 
Car and Driver 60th Anniversary Reader Stories, Part II  May 28th, 2015 
As we’re sure you’re becoming aware, this July the celebration for our 60th anniversary kicks off in ernest. Big deal, we know, but this momentous occasion isn’t really about us—it’s about you. Our readers are the reason Car and Driver has thrived, and they’re the reason we do what we do. You’ve had a huge hand […] 
 
 
2015 Audi A3 TDI Test: Slick and Stingy  May 28th, 2015 
The first A3 TDI hit the streets for 2010 as Audi’s second diesel-powered offering for the U.S. market, the 2009 Q7 SUV being the first. Those models paved a wide road for ensuing diesel Audis: The four-ring brand currently offers Americans six diesel models, more than any other carmaker. Following a diesel blitz for the […] 
 
 
Linda Vaughn Stood Here: A Rare Piece of Mopar History Goes to Auction  May 28th, 2015 
 
 
 
Linda Vaughn Stood Here: A Rare Piece of Mopar History Is on eBay  May 28th, 2015 
Racing fans old enough to remember seeing the Vietnam War on TV will probably recognize this iconic 1970 Chrysler Hurst 300 convertible. For those of you who are a little greener, this car, which is for sale right now, was one of the most notable Mopars of the early ’70s. It spent several years at […] 
 
 
Big Hauling: Every Full-Size SUV Ranked from Worst to Best  May 28th, 2015 
Love 'em or hate 'em, full-size SUVs aren't going away anytime soon. Here, we separate the wheat from the chaff and rank them all. 
 
 
2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS – First Drive Review  May 28th, 2015 
 
 
 
Buick’s New 1SV Trim Level Lowers the Base Prices of the 2015 Verano, Regal, and LaCrosse  May 28th, 2015 
 
 
 
Ford Offers to License Its Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Patents to Other Automakers  May 28th, 2015 
Calling all Chinese brands, Fiat-Chrysler, and other automakers without a developed electric-vehicle strategy: Ford’s got you covered. Starting now, Dearborn will license more than 1650 of its patented and patent-pending EV technologies to other manufacturers. The goal, according to Ford, is to “accelerate the growth of electrified vehicle technology and deliver even better products to […] 
 
 
Buick’s New 1SV Trim Level Lowers the Base Prices of the 2015 Verano, Regal, and LaCrosse  May 28th, 2015 
Wanna spur demand for your product? Lower its price! This age-old economic tactic has been quietly deployed by Buick to drive interest in the 2015 LaCrosse, Regal, and Verano sedans, which all get a new “1SV” entry-level trim that significantly reduces the cars’ base prices. First reported by Carsdirect.com and confirmed by Buick to Car and Driver, […] 
 
 
Apple Exec Says Cars Are “The Ultimate Mobile Device”  May 28th, 2015 
Tech news outlet Re/code is hosting The Code Conference this week, a gathering of important tech people talking about important tech things. GM CEO Mary Barra was there, touting Chevy’s biggest-in-the-industry-so-far commitment to both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Apple senior VP Jeff Williams was there, too—and while he didn’t outright say that the tech giant […] 
 
 
Watch Racing Legend Walter Röhrl Flog Porsche’s Wicked 911 GT3 RS  May 28th, 2015 
Walter Röhrl is a racing legend. The 68-year-old has turned more lightning-fast laps and wickedly quick rally stages combined than perhaps any single human on earth. Which means that driving a street car is simple work for the two-time WRC champ and Porsche test driver, even if that car is the new 911 GT3 RS, a […] 
 
 
Chrysler Reduces 2016 Powertrain Warranties by 40,000 Miles  May 28th, 2015 
Fiat Chrysler just announced that, beginning with the 2016 model year, its 5-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty will become a 5-year/60,000-mile powertrain warranty in the U.S. market, Automotive News reports. The decision affects Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Ram vehicles with gasoline engines, while the automaker’s 3-year/36,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty coverage stays unchanged. The decision follows a trend: Back […] 
 
 
J.D. Power to Acquire NADA Used Car Guide  May 28th, 2015 
J.D. Power and the NADA have announced an agreement under which J.D. Power will acquire NADA’s Used Car Guide business. The deal is expected to close early in 2015’s third quarter. 
 
 
SecureClose Selects Kiss Concepts Group As Marketing Partner  May 28th, 2015 
Compliance technology provider SecureClose has announced a new strategic alliance with marketing agency KISS Concepts Group to represent its technology solutions to independent dealerships and finance companies throughout the United States. 
 
 
Rwandan Motor Taxi Industry Generates $1 Billion, Reports KT Press  May 28th, 2015 
Rwandan motor taxi drivers are among the most despised workers in the country, but a chilling investigation conducted by KT Press, indicates that the motor taxi business is worth Rwf726 billion ($1 billion) annually. 
 
 
Retro as Heck: Porsche Pilfers the Past For 2015 Le Mans Liveries  May 27th, 2015 
Like many young men, recently deposed Volkswagen Group supremo Ferdinand Piëch began his career at the family business. The difference between Piëch and other young men was that the family business happened to be Porsche. During his tenure in Zuffenhausen, he shepherded a program meant to finally bring the company an overall Le Mans victory […] 
 
 
Retro as Heck: Porsche Pilfers the Past For 2015 Le Mans Liveries  May 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Rare Rally Master: Check Out this Ford Escort RS Cosworth on eBay  May 27th, 2015 
If you love rally racing, there’s a good chance that the Ford Escort RS Cosworth holds a special place in your heart. These things are very rare in North America (a small number of ’94s and ’95s were legally imported by Sun International), but there’s a 1992 model for sale in Ontario, Canada, right now. […] 
 
 
Rare Rally Master: Check out this Ford Escort RS Cosworth on eBay  May 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
2016 Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SV – First Drive Review  May 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Chevy Brings Android Auto and Apple CarPlay to 14 Models for 2016  May 27th, 2015 
Not content to let Hyundai steal the limelight as the first car to market with Android Auto, Chevy just announced a big move in the world of smartphone-powered infotainment: The bow-tie brand will offer 14 different models compatible with both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay in the 2016 model year. For 2016, Chevy vehicles equipped […] 
 
 
Chevrolet Camaro, a Celebration: Sixth-Gen Coverage, History, and More  May 27th, 2015 
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2016 Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SV Driven: Even Lambo Thinks It’s Crazy  May 27th, 2015 
“Crazy acceleration.” That’s what we were promised by, of all things, a PowerPoint slide during the presentation of the new 2016 Lamborghini Aventador SV as we geared up for some lap time at Spain’s Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. It’s not often we see “crazy,” with all it implies, during a press presentation, especially by a company […] 
 
 
Video: A 1340-hp Koenigsegg One:1 Rips Around Suzuka Circuit  May 27th, 2015 
The Koenigsegg One:1 is astonishing. Named for its one-to-one power-to-weight ratio—1340 horsepower moving an identical number of kilograms, no baloney—you know this thing is going to be a jaw-dropper. Hell, it’s got carbon-fiber wheels that weigh a mere 13 pounds, and it’ll blast to 220 mph in the space of an airport runway on the […] 
 
 
U R’nt Serious?! Lamborghini Finally Officially Confirms Urus SUV  May 27th, 2015 
With the preponderance of super-expensive automobiles populating the automotive landscape, you’d think it’d be a no-brainer to shuffle a hot-looking, $300K-plus Italian super-SUV from oddly named concept car to production reality. Apparently not, however, with Lamborghini’s proposed SUV only now being officially confirmed for production after an initial confirmation soon after the Urus concept car debuted in […] 
 
 
U R’nt Serious?! Lamborghini Finally Officially Confirms Urus SUV  May 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Watch Jay Leno Drive the Raddest Honda S600 Ever—It Has a Superbike Engine  May 27th, 2015 
The 1964 Honda S600 was an engineering tour de force, a teensy-weensy roadster with a high-revving, motorcycle-inspired engine and chain drive. It was completely alien on 1960s roads, especially when you consider the broad, big-inch bruisers that largely dominated U.S. highways at the time. And while traditionalists might see Matt Brown’s S600 as a bastardization of a […] 
 
 
Ford Recalls 423,000 Cars for Potential Power-Steering Failure; 19,500 EcoBoost Mustangs Also Recalled  May 27th, 2015 
Ford is recalling more than 400,000 vehicles in North America after reports of intermittent electric power-steering failure. In a separate recall announced simultaneously, Ford is also bringing back 19,500 2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoosts for elevated underbody temperatures that could potentially damage fuel and brake lines. The first recall addresses “a potential intermittent electrical connection in […] 
 
 
ProMax Unlimited Wins Three Dealers’ Choice Awards  May 27th, 2015 
ProMax took home the Diamond award for both Desking and Direct Mail, and the Platinum award for Customer Relationship Management in the 2015 Dealers’ Choice Awards. 
 
 
UDS Takes Home Diamond and Gold in Dealers’ Choice Awards  May 27th, 2015 
United Development Systems, Inc. has been named the Diamond Award Winner for F&I Training and Gold Award Winner for Compliance Training in the 2015 Dealers’ Choice Awards. 
 
 
Ford Begins Testing Race Version of GT Supercar Ahead of Debut Next Month  May 26th, 2015 
As we reported two weeks ago, Ford is planning a Le Mans debut next month for the racing version of its new Ford GT supercar—this year’s iteration of the 24-hour race will be held June 13 and 14—and we now know that the competition car has been out testing. The news comes from Motorsport.com. Whispered rumors of the […] 
 
 
OM(ustang)G! 2016 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 Prices Leaked!  May 26th, 2015 
Ford’s epic-looking Mustang Shelby GT350 needs to go on sale, and it needs to do so now. Having fraternized with the high-performance Mustang in nearly every way—we still haven’t driven it—the only remaining question marks pertain to the car’s price. Option pricing for the limited run of 2015 model-year GT350s leaked out a few weeks […] 
 
 
Rebuffed: Mary Barra Swiped Left on Sergio Marchionne’s Merger Proposal  May 26th, 2015 
Sergio Marchionne in March of this year proposed a merger of Fiat-Chrysler and General Motors, the New York Times reported in a recent profile of Marchionne. The mercurial FCA chief made his overture in an email he sent directly to GM CEO Mary Barra, but no meeting on the subject ever took place. “The email must […] 
 
 
Ford Begins Testing Race Version of GT Supercar Ahead of Debut Next Month  May 26th, 2015 
 
 
 
OM(ustang)G! 2016 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 Prices Leaked!  May 26th, 2015 
 
 
 
Save These Dates: Audi A4, Q1, Q6, and Q8 Debut Dates Confirmed  May 26th, 2015 
At an annual shareholder meeting last week, Audi circled some fresh dates on the calendar for three upcoming crossovers: the compact Q1, the electric Q6, and the Q7-based Q8. All told, as part of its $18.5-billion R&D investment through 2019, Audi will add eight new models and trims by 2020 (including a Spyder version of the […] 
 
 
Quick Cash: Camaro Z/28 Discount Will Be Gone In Days  May 26th, 2015 
Act fast, Camaro bros. There are nearly 600 Chevy Camaro Z/28 coupes parked across the country and less than a week to redeem a Memorial Day discount of up to $4000. For the roughly two dozen 2014 Z/28s that have yet to atomize their Pirellis, General Motors is offering to pay the $995 destination charge, […] 
 
 
2015 Ford Mustang GT Convertible Manual – Instrumented Test  May 26th, 2015 
 
 
 
2015 Ford Mustang GT Convertible Manual Test: Why Settle for Hertz?  May 26th, 2015 
If you ever want to not feel special in a Ford Mustang convertible, drive one in Hollywood. That is where we tested this bangin’ yellow 2015 Mustang GT ragtop. Alas, that’s also where many other Americans are testing Mustang convertibles of their own. Or more accurately, of Hertz’s own. Indeed, as eye-searingly yellow as ours […] 
 
 
Spraycan Wars: BMW’s Art Car Program Turns 40  May 26th, 2015 
In 1975, American helicopters left Saigon. The Ramones released their first album. And BMW racer Hervé Poulain asked his pal Alexander Calder to throw a dab of paint on his Batmobile. The resultant 3.0 CSL—resplendent in red, yellow, and blue—didn’t finish the race, ultimately placing 44th. Few beyond hardcore racing fans remember the Mirage GR8 […] 
 
 
Lookin’ for a Fight? The Complete History of Our Camaro-vs.-Mustang Comparison Tests  May 26th, 2015 
Will it ever end? We hope not. 
 
 
Riding Shotgun with Ken Block in the Ford F-150 RaptorTRAX [w/ Video]  May 26th, 2015 
Last month, Ken Block had a few rare days off between his return from London, where he’d been working on the next version of the video game Need for Speed, and a trip to New Zealand, where he was taking his rally team for the year’s first race. (Why New Zealand? Mostly because he loves that […] 
 
 
Tread Largely! Detroit’s Iconic Giant Uniroyal Tire Turns 50—Here’s Its History  May 26th, 2015 
Palm Springs, California, has the towering Cabazon Dinosaurs; Margate, New Jersey, is home to renowned pachyderm Lucy the Elephant; and Hayward, Wisconsin, lays claim to the world’s largest Muskie. Detroit, yeah, well, we got a big ’effin tire. Known officially and affectionately as the “Uniroyal Giant Tire,” the landmark, which is located alongside I-94 just outside […] 
 
 
Riding Shotgun with Ken Block in the Ford F-150 RaptorTRAX [w/ Video]  May 26th, 2015 
 
 
 
May the Flails Be With You: Volkswagen Bringing Gesture Control to Production in Golf  May 26th, 2015 
When Volkswagen showed us its prototype gesture-based control setup for issuing infotainment system commands and the like at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, we were impressed. The technology worked nearly flawlessly, even if the various hand motion commands made the user look like they were popping and locking. In fact, the interface was so slick, we […] 
 
 
Spraycan Wars: BMW’s Art Car Program Turns 40  May 26th, 2015 
 
 
 
Das Typeface: Volkswagen Reveals, of All Things, a New Font  May 26th, 2015 
This is exactly what VW needed: The brand is launching not a new advertising strategy for the U.S. or a low-cost car for global markets, but a new font. And it won’t only be featured in the brand’s stationery and brochures, it will be found on every new VW’s dashboard, center stack, and infotainment system as […] 
 
 
Ian Callum: Jaguar Purring Over F-Pace, Next XK “Not a Priority”  May 26th, 2015 
You meet people on the Mille Miglia, amid the entrants chowing down on seconds of fennel pesto pasta, the children in tiny little villages begging for burnouts, and pretty underwear models like David Gandy preening in million-dollar roadsters. Jaguar chief designer Ian Callum, part of Jaguar’s nine-car factory heritage team, is not an English underwear […] 
 
 
Ford Offers London One-Way Car-Sharing with Guaranteed Parking  May 26th, 2015 
As any BBC Top Gear fan has learned, driving in London is an absolute pain. Between congestion, tolls, and impossible parking, the city has made it extremely tempting to ditch your car and find any other possible means of traveling to, from, and in the U.K. capital. Ford has a possible solution with GoDrive, a […] 
 
 
Android Auto Arrives for 2015 Hyundai Sonata  May 26th, 2015 
Hyundai has begun offering Android Auto on its 2015 Hyundai Sonata, making it the first automaker to implement the software platform that closely matches one running on smartphones. 
 
 
Larry H. Miller Dealerships Introduces Online Buying Experience  May 26th, 2015 
The dealer group will now allow customers to select and reserve vehicles online, accelerating the car-buying experience. The new service is initially launching in select stores, but will be available at every location by late summer. 
 
 
Disparate Impact Ruling Expected This Week  May 26th, 2015 
A case debating a legal theory used by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to go after auto finance sources for perceived discrimination in dealer markup is expected to be ruled on this week by the U.S Supreme Court. 
 
 
Confident Financial Solutions Appoints VP of National Sales  May 26th, 2015 
Confident Financial Solutions, a developer of financial solutions for automotive service centers and their customers, has announced that it has appointed Dan Beres as vice president of national sales. 
 
 
No 2 for You! U.S. Won’t Get New Mazda 2 Subcompact  May 26th, 2015 
The redesigned 2016 Mazda 2 won’t be coming to the U.S. after all, despite being built just south of the border at a new factory in Mexico. According to a report in Automotive News, Mazda’s U.S. brass has decided that the subcompact just isn’t profitable enough to bother with in a country where gas is cheap […] 
 
 
2015 Hyundai Sonata Is the First Car with Android Auto  May 26th, 2015 
We’re getting closer to a world where in-dash touch screens aren’t infuriating, slow, backwards pieces of e-trash: Hyundai says its 2015 Sonata will be the first car to hit the market with Android Auto, Google’s smartphone-powered software that brings Android’s quick, intuitive layout to your car’s navigation and infotainment system. Owners of model-year 2015 Sonatas […] 
 
 
Portfolio Repeats Top Diamond Ranking in Dealers’ Choice Awards  May 26th, 2015 
Portfolio has again been ranked as the top Diamond provider in the Vehicle Service Contracts – Reinsurance category in the annual Dealers’ Choice Awards. 
 
 
Exeter Finance Appoints New CFO  May 26th, 2015 
Exeter Finance Corp. has appointed financial industry veteran Paige H. Wisdom to chief financial officer for the organization, effective June 8. 
 
 
Boyd Coddington Garage Named The Title Sponsor Of The Boyd Coddington All Speed Expo Event  May 26th, 2015 
The All Speed Expo & Boyd Coddington Jr. announced that Boyd Coddington Garage has become the title sponsor of the Boyd Coddington All Speed Expo Event, to be held on November 21-22, 2015 at the KCI Expo Center in Kansas City, Missouri. 
 
 
1975 Pontiac Grand Safari Wagon, Formerly Owned by John Wayne, Available for Sale at Russo and Steele's Newport Beach Collector Automobile Auction June 5th-7th, 2015  May 26th, 2015 
Saddle Up With the Duke in this Barris Customized Pontiac Grand Safari Wagon at Russo and Steele's 3rd Annual Newport Beach Collector Automobile Auction 
 
 
Fins, Fleets, and Everything in Between: A Visual History of the Chevrolet Impala  May 25th, 2015 
Everything you wanted to know about the Chevrolet Impala but were afraid to ask.  
 
 
2015 Dodge Charger R/T Scat Pack – Instrumented Test  May 25th, 2015 
 
 
 
Soul Rebel: 2016 Honda HR-V AWD Tested  May 25th, 2015 
The HR-V draws deeply on past and present. In many ways, it’s a throwback to the best things 20th-century Honda ever did, such as elegant interiors, sweet suspension tuning, and well-considered details. And then it goes all Kendrick-Lamar-pimpin’-butterflies for its power­train, electronics, even its very concept: This Honda is merely the latest to join the […] 
 
 
2016 McLaren 570S Dissected: Powertrain, Chassis, Design, and More!  May 25th, 2015 
Just as German carmakers have mastered the art of slicing sausages into different lengths, such that an Audi A6 seems like just a foot-long hot dog to the A4 ballpark frank, McLaren’s staple ingredients are now being spread over a full menu. It ranges from the Big Mac—the million-dollar P1—to this new value-oriented 570S from […] 
 
 
2015 Dodge Charger R/T Scat Pack Test: Speedy Relief for the Un-supercharged Masses  May 25th, 2015 
One of the few good things to come out of the German Occupation of Chrysler (when the entity was known as DaimlerChrysler) during the first few years of this century was the full-size Chrysler 300/Dodge Charger duo. Built on the bones of the second-gen W210 Mercedes-Benz E-class (Daimler had already moved on to the third-gen […] 
 
 
2015 Ferrari California T – Instrumented Test  May 25th, 2015 
 
 
 
2016 McLaren 570S Dissected: Powertrain, Chassis, Design, and More! – Feature  May 25th, 2015 
 
 
 
2015 Ferrari California T Tested: The T Is for Turbo  May 25th, 2015 
Suntanned California has always been a place where people come to experiment with their identity. Thus, the name is perfect for Ferrari’s lowest-priced model, which has been an experiment since it first hit the streets in 2009. It was the first roadgoing Ferrari to put a V-8 in front of its driver and the first […] 
 
 
2016 Honda HR-V AWD – Instrumented Test  May 25th, 2015 
 
 
 
Criminal Charges May Come Soon for GM over Ignition Switches  May 23rd, 2015 
Even after a death toll from crashes related to faulty ignition switches that now totals more than 100, 2.6 million cars recalled, a $35 million civil fine, and hundreds of millions of dollars set aside to pay victims’ claims, it appears the news for General Motors regarding its defective ignition switches is about to get […] 
 
 
2016 Ford Focus RS: The Fanboy Fantasy Is Finally Real! – Feature  May 22nd, 2015 
 
 
 
2017 Maserati Alfieri: Guaranteed to Be Not F-ing Boring – Feature  May 22nd, 2015 
 
 
 
2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk: HELLCAT, HELLCAT, HELLCAT – Feature  May 22nd, 2015 
 
 
 
2017 Lexus SC: A German-Baiting Droptop – Feature  May 22nd, 2015 
 
 
 
2016 Bentley Bentayga: The Height of Luxury – Feature  May 22nd, 2015 
 
 
 
2017 Bugatti Chiron: The $2.5-million, 1500-hp Son of Veyron – Feature  May 22nd, 2015 
 
 
 
2016 Cadillac CT6: Not a Flagship, But a Leading Indicator – Feature  May 22nd, 2015 
 
 
 
Porsche Recalls 918 Spyder for Wiring Woes  May 22nd, 2015 
Bad news for Porsche 918 Spyder owners: Porsche is recalling a bunch of the quickest-ever production hypercars for a wiring problem affecting vehicles manufactured up until April of this year. Alert every 918 owner you know. The problem has to do with the electric wiring harness for one of the car’s many radiator fans, which can chafe up […] 
 
 
The Chevrolet Camaro Hasn’t Grown as Much Since 1967 as You Might Think  May 22nd, 2015 
Ever wonder just how dimensionally similar—or different—today’s rides are compared to those of the past? It’s always on our minds, as it seems like every new-car reveal is accompanied by detailed lists of where inches or pounds were added relative to the previous iteration. Few modern cars manage to shrug off this generation-over-generation inflation; the […] 
 
 
2016 Ferrari 488GTB: The Twin-Turbo 458 Replacement – Feature  May 22nd, 2015 
 
 
 
Land Rover Defender Rugby Trophy Truck Looks Like the Popemobile, Could Be Driven to Hell and Back  May 22nd, 2015 
For the 2015 Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour—no, not the Cup itself—the Webb Ellis trophy awarded to the tournament’s winner will be taken on a 100-day tour of the U.K. and Scotland. Given that self-driving rugby trophies are still in development, the Webb Ellis cup will chaperoned throughout the British Isles via the ultra-bad-ass-looking Land Rover […] 
 
 
2015 Indianapolis 500: Why Have Cars Suddenly Started Going Airborne?  May 22nd, 2015 
What an odd duck the Indianapolis 500 is—embracing the latest in technology while steadfastly holding tight to traditions so old half the audience is unlikely to understand them without an explanation from a helpful pre-dementia graybeard. Today, for example, was Carburetor Day, an hour of pre-race practice to allow mechanics to properly adjust the carburetors […] 
 
 
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