The Rebel Blue paint signifies something special in 2016 Volvo S60 Polestar, even though the actual styling looks normal. With 345 horses under the hood and 80% stiffer springs, we found this vehicle to be a hoot to drive – both in the city and on wending canyon roads.
The McLaren 570S is the least expensive model in McLaren’s lineup. With a V-8 that sends chills down your spine and the level of driver engagement required to drive it, this “entry-level” McLaren might also be the most fun.
The Cadillac CTS-V was one of those vehicles built to masquerade as a family sedan but had the soul of a Corvette. From track laps to everyday driving this luxury midsize sedan kept us smiling for days.
The Aston Martin Vantage was all-new for the 2019 model year and has few changes for 2020 – except the addition of a manual transmission option. We love this sleek and sexy two-seater for its infinite customizations, amazing attention to detail and heart-thumping acceleration.
As long as you ignore the backseat and some of the unusable technology, there’s a lot to love about the Lotus Evora. The nimble and predictable handling will delight any driver, and we have to admit we were utterly smitten with this Toyota-powered, +2 vehicle.
The Dodge Charger Widebody is one of those deceiving vehicles that looks like a sedate sedan but has the soul of a muscle car. With more girth and wider tires, this new iteration of performance from Dodge is fast, fun and comfortable.
The 2020 BMW M340i xDrive is a marvelously fun and fast vehicle. It’s also comfortable, and if you’re willing to fork over the cash, there is a lot of cool available technology. But with upstarts like the Genesis G70 on the market, is BMW still worth the price of entry?
BMW's model lineup is the most expansive it has ever been. We recently spent a week with the X7 xDrive50i to get a Christmas tree. While it accomplished that task effortlessly, the X7 also proved itself a comfortable partner for extended drives. However, is that enough to wear the crown of the Ultimate Driving Machine? Click the link for our full review of this BMW behemoth.
The automotive world has seen its share of triumphs and failures in the past decade. But we decided to focus on the most positive moments from the past 10 years. Here are our top 5 faves.
Genesis is now a full-fledged brand as part of the Hyundai family. The G90 and G80 are admirable efforts to reach the upper class at the expense of sporting intentions. However, the G70 is aimed straight at the heart of the sport sedan market. Can the upstart brand from South Korea seriously take on the industry standards from Germany?