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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.
|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.|
|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.
|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.