January 2004

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BY JOE DeMATIO
The BMW 645Ci is the spiritual heir to the 6-series coupes of the 1970s and '80s. It is also the best-realized version of BMW's new design direction.

Rambo

BY EZRA DYER
The most muscular pickup truck on the market is the Dodge RAM SRT-10, which uses a 500-horsepower V-10 engine borrowed from the Dodge Viper.

Anatomy of a Champion

BY BRUCE McCALL
The secrets of Michael Schumacher's world championship-winning Ferrari F2003-GA laid bare, in an exclusive cutaway.

2004 Automobile Magazine Awards

Sorry, we're not going to to give it all away for free. To find out this year's winners, pick up a copy of Automobile Magazine today!

Automobile of the Year

BY EDDIE ALTERMAN

Man of the Year

BY GEORG KACHER

Design of the Year

BY ROBERT CUMBERFORD

Technology of the Year

BY DON SHERMAN

Racing Car of the Year

BY MICHAEL JORDAN

Readers' Choice All-Star Ballot

Your chance to cast your voes for the Readers' Choice All-Star awards.

Swede Successor

BY MATTHEW PHENIX
The Saab 9-3 Sport-Hatch concept melds wagon practicality with sporty hatchback styling. It previews the upcoming 9-3 wagon, due in 2004.

Speed of Light

BY PHIL LLEWELLIN
At long last, the Lotus Elise is coming to America. The lightweight sports car will be powered by a Toyota engine and promises plenty of performance.

Mongrel Miglia

BY JAY LAMM
The No Frills Iron-Bottom Motoring Tour features a revolutionary concept in vintage rallying: driving your own car on public roads, for free.

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