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Audi’s performance division turns up the wick—on the road and on the racetrack
Barely retro, at last.
Everything you expect from a renewed icon; nothing you don’t.
Beating the Germans at their own game?
The latest models are here.
We almost lost Detroit.
Exploring wet roads, fast roads, snow-covered roads, winding roads, the wrong roads, and places with no roads at all in the Alps in a 2013 Audi Allroad.
Deep in the Minnesota woods, thar be armor. And for a nominal fee, you can drive it. Over cars.
The Celica GT Liftback was a fun, sporty car that appealed to young buyers in the mid-’70s.
General Motors has built the world’s most sophisticated automobile. Do you believe it yet?
Torque-vectoring has trickled down to grown-up short sedans like the Audi S4 and the Acura TL-SH AWD, proving that adulthood has never been so much fun.
Because even a stellar city car like the Mini Cooper convertible needs a break now and then.
The bull with serious snort.
The sexy S5 cabriolet replaces the S4 cabrio, and since it’s based on the gorgeous S5 coupe, it’s longer, lower, and wider than the old car.
Busting out of the thundering herd, the Volkswagen CC, Nissan Maxima, and Mazda 6 stand apart from the mid-size multitudes.
Three fathers and sons take a Ford Flex on a four-day, 1300-mile road trip to see baseball greats past and present.
We finally get behind the wheel of the hotly anticipated Chevrolet Corvette ZR1.
Although they may be humble in some respects, they all five turn, stop, and go – particularly, go – with the brio of competitors costing thousands or, in some cases, tens of thousands more.
NASCAR Country meets The Dodge Challenger in a journey through the American South. (And most people think it’s a Chevy.)