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Two everyday supercars go head to head in a celestial battle for civilian supremacy.
There’s a certain magic to the way this atmospheric V10 howls up to its 8,700 rpm redline. It's a symphony for the ages.
Curious if a McLaren 570S sounds as good, or even better, than a Ferrari 488 or Lamborghini Huracan? Put your headphones in and find out.
With the addition of the V12, BMW takes an already superb full-size sedan to new heights.
As an overall package, the Grand Cherokee delivers a good balance of off-roading prowess with everyday comfort and modern niceties.
S 560 Cabriolet
A topless boulevard cruiser that adorns the sedan’s regalia but combines it with the extravagance of open-top thrills.
Flip the switch to Sport+ mode and you have front row seats to that burbly V8 exhaust replete with barks and farts.
The hype is real, the performance is visceral, and its track capabilities are astounding.
Can the NSX's vocal cords match up to the Ferrari 488 or Mclaren 570S? Watch us tackle a slalom course at CTMP to find out!
Transcending space and time into the hierarchy of the greats.
Volvo's youthful entry-level SUV exudes with charm and style while still keeping the brand’s DNA close to heart.
Expertly balancing both sport and comfort, but with a heavier emphasis on the latter in typical Lexus tradition.
With over four million configurations available, Ford has designed their best selling truck with every buyer's needs in mind, including those that see it as a luxury item.
Appeasing both die-hard enthusiasts and urban dwellers isn't an easy task, but the heavily redesigned Wrangler does just that.
Skillfully balancing both aggression and finesse.
Statistics backed up with substance.
A well-mannered crossover with enough tech and versatility to be truly valued as a premium offering.
Don't be fooled by the Sport badge. The Q60 instead offers accessible power, emotional styling, and above all, everyday comfort.
When you consider value, practicality, and standard features alone, it's easy to forgive the Leaf's shortcomings.
The RS5 downsizes and goes turbocharged, but what it loses in noise it gains in a massive wall of torque.
Downsizing an engine does have its benefits, namely a reduction in weight and fuel consumption, but the biggest tradeoff with the RS5 is the exhaust noise.