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A peek at a mysterious BMW collector’s wares
Turbo for everyone.
Kicking up dust in Audi’s all-new three-row crossover.
The wacky idea that General Motors had a few years ago–use a rebadged Holden coupe from Australia to bring back the Pontiac GTO, a true American classic–might have been bold, but it was essentially half-baked. The Aussie two-door was no slouch, but it simply
Boz the dog is perhaps the ultimate station wagon road tester. Since he began making a serious dent in my personal finances back in 2004, this trusty but sporadically disobedient Weimaraner has passed opinion on the finer points of the competencies of station
Which of these sexy wagons is the ultimate high-speed hauler?
They gave me the keys to a Lamborghini. They said it was the LP640 and that it would easily do 200 mph. And I thought: Where can I take this car? Where can a Lamborghini work the way it was intended to work?
Clocking more than 200 mph is a breeze.
It’s one of those amazing roads you can’t help but come back to: a rhythmic mix of fast and slow sections, first wide open and then tree-lined on both sides, mostly smooth but dotted with patchwork surfaces here and there, a mild yet steady climb from the bott
It’s been a very long time since BMW came up with a show car that caused any of us to gasp with pleasure, to make us say, “Gotta have it!” X Coupe? Nah. CS1? Not really. xActivity? Thanks, but no thanks. This year at the Frankfurt show, however, almost out of