Porsche raises the "Sport" in SUV, yet again.
A new V8 and thoughtful tweaks transform Aston Martin's big coupe.
The styling may be as loud as ever, but new leadership and an engineering revolution have quietly transformed Lamborghini.
"Making a car with personality, that's the difficult part. That's what we're trying to do," says Audi Sport boss Stephan Reil.
Toyota's luxury division grew sleepy. This sexy beast wakes it up.
A new turbo four ushers in a change of season for the mid-engined Porsche.
The stalwart BMW 3-series stands up to a new challenger, the Jaguar XE.
The louder, leaner, 200-mph F-Type.
Louder, better balanced, and more refined, the SVR is a welcomed improvement over the F-Type R.
Off-roading has always been a way for the author to connect with his father. But there's usually an argument or two.
You can do better, carmakers.
The sport might not be as popular as it once was, but hill climbs still take place all over the country.
A little thoughtfulness puts the topless V10 over the top. And yes, it's now even better than the Audi R8.
The Scat Pack-equipped Shaker is a throwback to what we love about cars.
Minus the 570S, I've experienced each road car Woking has to offer. Here's how they stack up.
For evidence, look no further than the GMC Canyon's diesel mill. It makes a fine truck fabulous.
Give me an exotic car on a race track, and I'm golden. But don't ask me to parallel park it.
Behind the scenes of a shotgun marriage between a driver and co-driver.
The last-generation Camaro left me deeply disappointed, but Chevy's newest version of the muscle car has finally won me over.
When ostentatious cruising is called for, look no further than Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe.
The stale brand is suffering from an identity crisis. Four-hundred horsepower helps.
In an age when insane power isn't hard to come by, Bugatti needs to add more ingredients to its supercar recipe.
What's to keep you from buying a '60s Bronco and going desert racing?
A reasonably sized pickup with real personality. What a novel thought.
Something wicked this way comes. A turn in Lucifer's personal ride.
Radar signals from vehicle safety systems are confounding detectors, but manufacturers are finding new ways to battle back.
Cadillac has spent years working from the German brand's playbook. Now the company is setting its own direction. Does it work?