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The superhuman Corvette for the everyman.

Halfway between the excellent Z51 and the hyperbolic Z06, the Grand Sport is the purist's Corvette and a future classic.

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The super A4 returns, and the changes are mostly welcome.

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German engineers and Japan's brashest stylists concoct a tall hatchback.

Outside, this sharply-creased Infiniti hatchback claims to be a CUV. Underneath, the new QX30 is mostly Mercedes-Benz.

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Solid. Attractive. But maybe not all that efficient.

Does Honda's new gas-electric vehicle really offer almost 50 mpg? During our first few miles with the car, it sure doesn't seem so.

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New tech doesn't put the QP on the same page as the Germans, but maybe that's a good thing.

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Finally, Toyota realizes that electric drive is powerful.

With the upcoming Prius Prime, Toyota is increasing the car's all-electric range compared to the earlier Prius Plug-In. Will it be enough?

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Yes, it has more power. No, that's not the whole story.

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Choosing one is an emotional decision, so leave logic at the door.

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More pretty, more tech, more better?

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A new platform with a similar look. You don't know it's changed until you drive it.

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A large dose of refinement for the biggest Bentley.

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It's the exception that proves that fun rules.

The 2016 Porsche 911 R is the antidote for the unrelenting progress blues. It's the 911 with soul.

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In today's competitive environment, evolution favors the turbocharger.

The 2017 Audi S5 doesn't look much different than its predecessor but evolves to suit the market. That means turbos, and no manual.

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Godzilla goes to finishing school.

The Nissan GT-R's appeal has always stemmed from its violent acceleration and singular focus on forward motion. For 2017, it also learned some manners.

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The quick crossover proves itself worthy on Pikes Peak.

With 360 hp and a host of tweaks, the 2017 Macan GTS might be the most fun-to-drive crossover anyone's ever built.

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More power, with a grand touring vibe.

Fiat's roadster hails from Hiroshima, but it doesn't subscribe to Mazda's low-power philosophy. It's truly its own car, but is it better than the MX-5?

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Sometimes, buying on a budget isn't so bad.

Conventional gearhead wisdom says to go for the biggest, most powerful engine. The Cooper Convertible isn't a conventional car.

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With a few rough edges smoothed, this Defender is a lovable brute.

West Coast Defenders works its magic to bring a rugged, stalwart SUV into the 21st century. Mostly.

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McLaren's cars are fast, but aside from brutal speed they leave us somewhat cold. The 570GT looks to add some comfort and character to the lineup.

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It may not be for everybody, but it’s refreshingly perfect for some.

If there's such a thing as a driver's crossover, this is it.

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