The battle for luxury sedan supremacy.
Listen to the wail of this supercharged feline with its 5.0-litre V8. It doesn't have the crackles of the F-Type but its still got that signature raspy howl.
Doesn't sound too good, does it? We were a little disappointed by the Panamera Turbo's exhaust. Have a listen for yourself.
Who would spend $120,000 on a station wagon? Well, for a 603-hp one for starters.
Ready for an AMG soundtrack? Listen to this ferocious 603-hp station wagon rip a few sonic booms in the air.
While other manufacturers have promised electrically-assisted vehicles, few have materialized in usable form, making the 530e not only a bargain in the range but a rarity too.
C 300 4MATIC Wagon
The SUV alternative for those looking for practicality but in a sleeker package.
Looks like a flower but stings like a bee.
Sublime road manners, spacious rear accommodations, and droolworthy looks put the Velar at the top of our shortlist.
Imbued with modern features and cavernous rear seats, the Expedition establishes itself as the dominant figure in the full-size segment.
Sport not included.
GLA 250 4MATIC
A GLA-morously chic hatchback with a spritely powertrain and a premium badge.
The insatiable lust and appetite for crossovers continues to astonish us.
The X1 is a standout crossover thanks to a strong mix of good driving dynamics, excellent build quality, and unwavering practicality.
The beloved Yukon receives a new front grill, 10-speed gearbox, and a wood interior trim, but is it enough?
Cadillac's first foray into semi-autonomous technology impressed us with its simplicity and well-defined boundaries of use, though it may only appeal to a select few who frequent the highway.
The Tahoe gets a few notable aesthetic and performance upgrades, including the 6.2L V8 from the Escalade and 10-speed auto from the Camaro ZL1.