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At the forefront of the American luxury renaissance.
The G90 may not have that sex factor just yet, but the seeds have been sown and its roots have only begun to grow.
Hyundai enters the fray with a new nameplate and a trio of electric powertrains.
A far more compelling coupe on the lower end of its spectrum with greater value to flaunt and fewer performance expectations to hang around its neck.
At the forefront of America's luxury sedan renaissance.
An unusually charming rig that can take you anywhere - being topless is just the cherry on top.
Can you really drive a Miata year round? Even in the winter with proper snow tires? That's what we are here to find out.
It is reassuring to know that BMW hasn’t zapped any fun out of the 3 Series by going electric.
GMC's new lightweight three-row Acadia falls short of being competitive in the burgeoning crossover market.
An iron fist in a velvet glove.
The racetrack is the last place you would ever find a 7 Series but BMW factory driver, Augusto Farfus, showed us that this its second home.
Headphones in, volume up. Listen to that barking V12 as it tears up mountain switchbacks on the outskirts of Palm Springs.
There's a new kitty on the block, and this one has its eyes set on the BMW 3 Series.
Still the gold standards of SUVs.
Headphones in, volume up. Here is an exhaust montage of the inline-six X5 equipped with the raspy M Performance Exhaust.
With all the spotlight on the new Bolt, it would be foolish to forget about the electric bowtie that started it all.
Rugged all-wheel drive wagons like this Alltrack provide an appealing alternative to the cookie-cutter SUV.
This diesel-drinking kitty may not be the fastest in its litter and it may make ugly noises, but it’s a penny pincher’s paradise.