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Just when you thought the Porsche Cayenne story couldn’t get any more tawdry or base, along comes the third Cayenne, this one powered by a Volkswagen V-6.
The freshness is on the inside.
Through rural Kentucky’s dappled afternoon sunlight, over humpback, switchback, no-turning-back two-lanes, the simple genius of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution seduced all who belted themselves in.
Surgically enhanced for your pleasure.
Driving Pontiac’s new GTO, formerly Australia’s Holden Monaro
In 1963, Ford’s failed bid to purchase Ferrari sparked one of motor racing’s fiercest rivalries.
Better check that badge.
With the Gallardo, Lamborghini makes its best pass yet at Ferrari.
It’s probably fair to say that the Jaguar X-type has not lived up to expectations, neither for its manufacturer nor for those of us here who have been living with it for the past year. Jaguar intended for its smallest and cheapest car to blow the brand open wo
It’s official: With its new Performance Package for the 330i, BMW has finally run out of ways to make this car better.
The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution and the Subaru Impreza WRX STi are every bit as authentic as their Rally-star counterparts.
The E-class delivered to us this week is as close to a stripper model as you can get: base engine, base wheels, not even heated seats.
For all our preaching about the greatness of Infiniti’s G35 sedan and coupe, the sleeper hit of 2003 might in fact be Infiniti’s FX utility vehicle.
Why ask why? Just give it a try.