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An object of desire for millions of teenage boys that still flusters a grown man.
A kimchi-flavored take on the Scion xB and, without question, the wackiest thing to come out of Korea since M*A*S*H.
Our objective: Reconnoiter the region in preparation for the 2009 finals of Land Rover’s biennial G4 Challenge.
The McLaren F1 debuted in 1992, the cost-no-object daydream of Formula 1 designer Gordon Murray, and it changed the way we think about supercars (it even had A/C and a Kenwood stereo).
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.
For more than thirty years, driver’s ed films taught teenagers all about the facts of death.
Where is eight bigger than twenty? Under the hood of the 2006 Subaru Forester, it seems, were a new naturally aspirated engine results in a whole new car.
A Cadillac V-6 finds its way into the sportiest 9-3. Will four-cylinder followers accept the new engine as a good move or will they make a move themselves?
DSG won’t make the New Beetle TDI the street racer’s weapon of choice, but it does make it attractive for drivers who care about more than fuel economy-42 mpg has never been so much fun.
For the rare buyer who understands that sport can be smart and that utility doesn’t have to be box-shaped.
From the Medici capital to the Porsche capital via autostrada and Romantic Road.
It’s been forty-one years since a brigade of private and works Minis first charged through this part of the world.
An American parent company, a Swedish SUV, and a Japanese engine builder team up to make one great truck.
A luxury sedan with the heart of a big rig.
In form and function, there never was an appliance that captured the imagination (and the wallet) of the American consumer quite like Apple Computer’s original iMac. Within half a year of its debut, it seemed that all other products, from toasters to toothbrus