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Let’s all feel old.
Four seasons with the new four-cylinder.
Mr. De Lorean was dreaming big in 1977 when his DMC-12 was first shown to the public.
That’s Mister Two to you.
If you watch television, you might recognize this big, black convertible – and its owners – from the hit History channel show Pawn Stars.
If small cars are particularly adept at changing direction, you might assume that small car companies can react to customer demands quickly, too. In the case of Tesla Motors, that assumption is correct.
The world’s reddest car.
Truly a Buck Rogers vision of the future, Studebaker’s gamble with aircraft design vocabulary paid off for two glorious years starting in 1950.
Is modern technology really such a beautiful thing?
Your Mileage May Vary
The 850i was a technological showcase, boasting cutting-edge luxury features such as remote keyless entry, dual-zone climate control, a power tilt-and-telescope steering wheel, a twelve-speaker stereo, and windows that automatically closed at high speeds.
A V-12 on the cheap.
The Pacer – ugly, cute, or anything in between – spreads happiness like flowers and confetti wherever it goes, and it generously clears our magazine’s “No Boring Cars” hurdle solely by virtue of how it looks.
These pictures of the CLK63 AMG Black Series on the street represent a clearer idea of how mean it looks in person.
When Porsche, the builder of the rear-engined, flawed-from-the-get-go-but-somehow-fabulous 911, puts on a driving school, it’s not a shallow shell of an experience, but a feast for all senses – a chance to stop and smell the roses on the way to sucking in some
See our still shots from Porsche’s Camp4 winter driving school. What more could you ask for than a 911 drifting across your desktop?
Berlin, Germany- I begged senior editor Joe DeMatio to let me go to Berlin for last week’s unveiling of Volkswagen’s IROC, the concept version of the soon-to-be resurrected VW Scirocco. My argument was simple: I’m the only person in the office who owns a vint