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Our longtime European bureau chief, who has spent more high-speed time behind the wheels of Porsche 911s than any other automotive journalist in the world, reminisces about his thirty-six-year love affair with the world’s most impossible sports car.
The American Icon vs The World’s Most Famous Sports Car.
Cadillac is slowly pulling the camouflage from the two-door CTS and it remains true to the concept. We’re hoping for a CTS-V performance variant.
Porsche’s saving grace.
A battle for the title of Queen of the Mall.
With the Viper powered Ram SRT-10, Dodge has not only trumped the Ford SVT Lightning, it has created the fastest prodution pickup ever.
The Nissan 350Z hit the street in August 2002 with everything it needed to be an heir to the thirty-year Z-Car legacy:?a stout, rear-wheel-drive chassis with well-weighted steering and beefy brakes; a powerful, torquey V-6 engine; sleek good looks mixing restr
We feel prescient. Back in April 2002, we took note of Hyundai’s surging popularity and felt it demanded closer examination-say, something along the lines of a Four Seasons test.
Clash of the Icons: The new Corvette and the new 911 fight it out at America’s answer to the Nurburgring. Does the much cheaper Vette have what it takes?
It is Michigan, it is March, and an all-wheel-drive Infiniti FX45 has landed for a year at 120 East Liberty. If there is a time to herald the general concept of the sport-utility vehicle, it’s during a raging blizzard. Out of the way! Snowplow coming through!
The 500-horsepower Dodge Ram SRT-10 muscles in on Ford SVT Lightning territory.