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An often misunderstood and understandably but considerably underappreciated sports car.
There’s nothing lightweight about it but instead, the T is all about offering a more performance-focused base model with many popular features as standard fare.
Can the Grecale still sparkle without the Trofeo’s bombastic and exquisite V6?
Commendable real-world range, first-rate cabin tech, and exemplary road comfort make the Q8 e-tron an easy recommendation for first-time EV buyers.
Adding hints of exclusivity to an already successful MINI.
What grand touring coupes should be all about.
Objectively inferior yet subjectively superior, the gas-powered Challenger reaches the end of its tenure.
A more premium and grown-up version of our favourite hot hatch.
Not the M2 we wanted, but the M car we needed.
The range-topping Range is priced for the elite but for good reason.
Calm and collected, BMW’s entry-level convertible houses a thick layer of daily usability and everyday comfort.
Electric propulsion and Range Rovers are a match made in heaven.
The first electrified M car, the most powerful M car, and the new flagship of the brand.
Minor yet meaningful revisions to an SUV favourite.
It’s the way all of the elements of the Z4 neatly fuse together that leaves a lasting impression.
The Japanese G-Wagon.
Maserati made a better Alfa, and an even better Macan.
This is peak hot hatch, but we’re beginning to feel the limits of a FWD setup.
The GV70’s respectable range and potent acceleration fail to make up for its awkward seat positioning and subpar handling.
One of the most raw, focused, and engaging Toyotas ever built, and you don’t need to sell a kidney to afford one.
Functional luxury matched with high-powered efficiency, the Sequoia finally gets the makeover it deserves.
Three pedals and a manual shifter transform the GR Supra from a good sports car to a great one.
We wanted it to be either the sportiest RX we have ever driven or the most luxurious. It’s neither.
Nimble and secure handling matched with strong acceleration and a plush ride.
A graceful performer with a distinct personality.