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Substandard of the World
American resto-modding meets Porsche purism.
Rising stars Conor Daly and Alexander Rossi hope to bring an American presence back to the Grand Prix scene.
At 83, Gene Winfield is still on top of the custom-car world.
Two SUV pioneers and onetime rivals trek to their iconic environs having undergone their most significant redesigns.
Seven Up: Sixty years after Porsche landed on our shores. We get a time-lapse look at the company’s evolution by driving seven Porsches-one from each decade-in a single day.
Hyundai/Kia continues its new-product onslaught with new Sonata variants, a redesigned sportage, and the ultraluxurious Equus.
Borderline Insanity: The Raptor is the baddest truck on the Mexican border. Ezra Dyer rides shotgun with the sheriff.
A dive into the American West with the AEV J8 Milspec, a Chrysler-designed, military-spec Jeep Wrangler.
To truly put the Tesla to the test, we had to live with one, make it part of the family and treat it like any enthusiast car…
Opel’s greatest stateside success.
The tumultuous story of the blue beast that hauled the famous Scarabs, the only all-American Formula 1 racing cars.
As utilitarian as this 1966 Chevrolet C10 is, it manages to be both aesthetically graceful and mechanically formidable – a fitting artifact of an era when working class didn’t mean second class.
Sure it’s cute. But the essence of the Mazda MX-5 Miata, its true gestalt, is its agility and how it makes the act of driving a very tactile experience, all at ordinary used-car prices.
Can a Hummer H3T beat a Nissan GT-R point to point? It depends on the size of the off-road shortcut.
When the next Cube debuts at the L.A. auto show in November, a version of the Nissan Versa’s 122-hp, 1.8-liter four will live under the hood, and the car’s basic bones will come from Nissan’s front-wheel-drive B platform, also used for the Versa.
Not lost in translation. Just lost. We decide to road-trip a Cadillac CTS through Northern Japan, within a stone’s throw of Siberia, in the middle of Winter. Next time, we’ll bring snow tires.
Sexy and sporty, the Tesla Roadster makes a shockingly strong case for electric cars.