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More safety tech and updated looks for Nissan’s roomy four-door
Ranger Lake Road is one of those roads that we all dream about: utterly deserted, free of intersections, and packed with more curves than a fitness franchise. Unfurling past frozen lakes and between impenetrable walls of snow-draped pines, its surface is norma
Bombardier Recreational Products swears that the Can-Am Spyder is a roadster, owing to its lack of doors and a roof. We say it’s a snowmobile with tires instead of skis and a track. Whatever you decide it is, this thing is a blast to drive.
According to several of its senior officers, Daimler-Benz essentially “ceased to exist” in the aftermath of World War II, building just 214 passenger cars in 1946. By 1959, however, the company had clawed its way back to prominence on the shoulders of iconic p
All hail the bucket car!
After a year with our Porsche Boxster S, we just want it to come back home.
With a front fascia that looks like the angry end of a steel-toe boot, a power bulge for the long hood, and a 400-hp, 5.0-liter V-8, the Interceptor is serious business.
Why it’s one of our most significant: Ford keeps telling us that they’re committed to small cars, but actions speak louder than words. This homely new Focus, based on last-generation hardware, is hardly evidence of any commitment, but it’s Sync multimedia syst
We’ve long praised the driving dynamics of the Ford Focus–it was, after all, our Automobile of the Year in 2000. We’re fans of its eager handling, tactile steering, and well-tuned ride characteristics. But given that it’s been on the market for nearly eight y
While increasingly cash-strapped Ford might be better served entering a partnership with Donald Trump or Warren Buffett–the Blue Oval could sure use the loot–we’re glad they hooked up with Airstream for this funky-cool concept.
Why it’s one of our most significant: The front of this car has a giant grin on it for a reason: it’s proud to be a big, in-your-face American muscle sedan. The exterior is what the upcoming MKS could have looked like had Peter Horbury taken charge of Lincoln
You can’t mention the Lincoln Navigator without bringing up the Cadillac Escalade, the big-personality celebrity wagon that toppled the Navigator as King of All That Is Cool back in the late 1990s. That hierarchy has changed little since, so Lincoln has a new
Horse-hide interior. Huge glass roof. Carbon-fiber fenders. Electrically operated scissor doors. Even if you forget about the voluptuously resculpted sheetmetal, it’s clear this isn’t a typical Mustang.