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Mankind’s great quest to move faster, to shorten the time between distant points, is one of the pillars of progress. It’s also a huge rush.
Taking in beautiful scenery and great food, all the way from tense to anguished, in a Citroën C3.
The groundbreaking whale was reliable and drove well, but it sure looked weird.
Wheels. Audacious, chromed, crazy-large wheels. You walk up to Cadillac’s new Escalade and tap the remote to unlock it, and your eyes are immediately drawn to the optional twenty-two-inch wheels.
The rally-car street star.
Ferrari’s most rewarding supercar.
The Chrysler 300C is probably the best American sedan ever built. Of course, it’s not actually a true-blue American: its underpinnings come straight from Germany and the last-generation Mercedes-Benz E-class, its starred-and-striped Hemi engine is manufactured
The Solstice is the dawn of a new kind of Pontiac.
We never tired of driving Mitsubishi’s rally-bred performance sedan, but it wasn’t cheap to run.
But it’s not as new as past Vettes. A pre-drive peek at the 2005 Corvette reveals less change than you might expect.
Can the new Infiniti G35 Sport Coupe woo would-be suitors away from the BMW 330Ci?
With the Gallardo, Lamborghini makes its best pass yet at Ferrari.
Nissan has chopped the top off its 350Z, making the open-air sports car decision that much more difficult.