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A resurrected nameplate with some serious off-road hardware and an old-school personality to match.
Greater range and a lower price tag at the cost of minimal performance has us cheering on Polestar’s latest.
A healthy range and premium looks balance out the disappointingly stiff ride and humble interior materials.
Exclusive, underrated, and severely underappreciated, the B8 is a majestic sleeper of a sedan that expertly balances both road compliance and driver enjoyment.
A road-legal race car that pushes all the right buttons.
One of the best bang-for-buck LEGO sets with a plethora of intricate, neat, and innovative features.
Middle child syndrome.
Redefining mid-level luxury with a delectable interior and an incredibly refined and efficient inline-six powertrain.
A wickedly capable, compact SUV that will appease those wishing for a dual-purpose product.
Think of the Defender 90 as a more luxurious, more comfortable, and better built Jeep Wrangler or Ford Bronco.
Volvo and Casca have teamed up to launch a limited-edition sneaker made of recycled car tires and plastic water bottles.
GLE 63 S Coupe
Hitting all the right notes but failing to set itself apart in a crowded field of uber-sport SUVs.
It brings meaningful and palatable changes to the RC F but the large entrance fee makes it tough to recommend in such a competitive field.
The updated seven-seater Discovery continues to excel in the areas that matter, namely road comfort, cargo hauling, and functionality.
A pure, raw, and unforgiving driving experience that punishes the worst and rewards the best.
Long live the electric wagon.
Not even storied motorsport brands are immune to preposterous SUVs, but these two GTS' aim to convince us of their usability and prowess.
The perfect platform and footprint for an EV.
An objectively compromised convertible but one that is never short on providing driving thrills.
Objectively inferior to the German competition, but still a charming alternative for those who seek something outside the Teutonic box of bratwursts.
With diminishing life expectancy of these V10 convertibles, it’s safe to say that we’re currently living in the golden age of automobiles.
The M440i is a wonderfully competent convertible that focuses more on comfort and luxury amenities rather than downright performance.
While we don’t see much of a market for the RWD variant in Canada, there are a few advantages that should cater towards a small minority.
A bundle of joy brimming with charm, individuality, and a constantly improving interior that keeps the MINI appeal strong.
Sampling BMW’s latest and greatest where they truly belong - the track.