Editorial Columns

Ford Profits Rise 44 Percent in Q2; Automaker Sees 'Breakthrough Year'

Whether old or new, the F-150 continues to bring in big bucks.

Goodwood Hunting: Why You Need to Go to the Festival of Speed

Put this one on your bucket list now.

From Woodward Avenue to the Nurburgring

Both places are magical, but they have their limitations.

Autonomous Cars: More on the Pros, Cons, and Competition

How will autonomous cars change our transportation system?

GM Made $1.1 Billion Net Income in the Second Quarter of 2015

Second-best quarter ever, beating analysts’ projections.

Why Corvette Should Become the Next General Motors Sub-Brand

Making the most of the Zora at Chevy and Cadillac dealerships.

The Value of Tried and True: Is Turbocharging Overblown?

Balancing technology and affordability.

By Design: Glickenhaus SCG 003

Motive, means, and opportunity.

Audi vs. BMW vs. Mercedes-Benz in the Modern Era

Are they too much alike?

The New 2015 Ford Mustang Gets the Usual First-Year Sales Boost

New-model sales spikes are a tradition.

By Design: Audi Prologue Concept

A more complicated design approach.

June 2015 Auto Sales: Trucks, Compact Crossovers Push a Bull Market

Automotive market is on its way to a 10-year high.

Is the 2016 Cadillac CT6 the Rock Star the Brand Needs?

New model must up the brand’s game in ride and refinement.

Lapping Le Mans in an Audi RS 3 Sportback

Taking Audi's hottest hatch around Circuit de la Sarthe.

The Arrival of Autonomous Cars, Examined

The human driver isn’t obsolete—yet.

Kirk Kerkorian: The Passing of an Auto CEO’s Pain

With his messenger, Jerry York, he sought to upend Detroit

The German Fascination with Bling and Chrome

Whatever happened to Teutonic understatement?
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