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BMW embraced the performance sacrifices that come with a convertible for the new M4, emphasizing instead its showy, flashy features.


Europe's Clean Diesel Alternative

In the wake of VW's diesel scandal, we test one of the automaker's other fuel-sippers, the Golf GTE plug-in hybrid that's (currently) only available in Europe.


Legacy Classic And The Greatest Generation Bring You The Greatest Truck

It costs as much as a supercar, but the Legacy Classic Power Wagon exudes cool in a way most modern cars can't. A 585-horsepower, vintage pickup that comes with an optional saw mill? We had to take one for a proper test.


Medium Truck, Big Torque, Minimal Sound

Chevy adds the long-awaited Duramax diesel engine to the Colorado lineup for 2016. With it comes a most refined (and expensive) midsize truck experience.


GM Is More Than Ready For Round Two

The second-gen Chevy Volt arrives with improvements in every area you can name. Whether or not this will translate into better sales remains a big unknown.


Why You Shouldn't Take A 900-HP Car To The Drag Strip

With a pair of intercooled turbos attached to the stock V10, AMS Performance almost doubles the horsepower of the stock R8. We like that.


Mountune Adds Power, Ford Performance Adds Poise

We test a Ford Focus ST fitted with a Mountune power upgrade kit and some Ford Performance accessories. The end result is one of the most fun Foci we've ever tested.


Same Soup, Bigger Bowl

The most important to the new Infiniti QX50 is its added interior space. But is a bigger backseat a big enough change to lure buyers?


More Maxi, More Mini

The Mini Clubman may be more versatility and comfortable in its second-generation, but it still features the kind of endearing traits driving fans love.


Return To The Era Of Feeling

Fast cars used to be tactile cars as a matter of course. We take the thin wheel of Jaguar's new-old E-type and remember what we've lost.


Long Live The G-Wagen

For 2016, the Mercedes-Benz G550 gets a new engine – the twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 from the AMG GT sports car. If that sounds like a recipe for awesomeness, that's because it is. We test the updated G550 on and off road in Germany.


Yes, This Is The New One

The new A4 has many changes under the surface despite its similar appearance to the last model. We detail what's new, and wish for more driving time.


Dynamic Perfection Comes In A Small Package

The arrival of the Dinan M235i won't make you forget about the 1-Series M. The new coupe is so refined that you might start to miss the raw 1M's histrionics.


A Small Dose Of Big Trucks

We get a taste of the off-road ability afforded to a couple of Ram pickups by aftermarket specialists AEV.


A Quietly Powerful Statement

Lincoln is taking another swing at the midsize crossover segment with the 2016 MKX. We spend several days in the new model to see how it measures up against the heavyweights from Lexus and Acura.


The Competence Of Quiet

The newest addition to the Range Rover family, this Td6 diesel is perhaps the most refined SUV in the world, right out of the box.


Boldly Going Where No RX Has Gone Before

The RX is the most important vehicle in Lexus' lineup, and the luxury brand threw the whole of its design and engineering might into its redesign for 2016.


An All-In Special Edition You Can Build Yourself

BMW creates an homage to the E46 ZHP from parts it had laying around. This limited-edition 4 Series has more of everything, but does that make it more charming?


Does Cool Britannia Finally Make Sense?

Jaguar's all-new XF is a more competent car than before, and will be priced in the heart of the midsize luxury segment. As Seyth Miersma learns in Spain, there's a whole lot to like here.


The Micro Machine Gets Smarter

The 2016 Smart ForTwo finally ditches that horrible automated manual transmission. But even beyond that, the new car is vastly improved in many ways, as we found out during a test in Portland, OR.


Driving Into The Sunset With A Basic Benz Convertible

The SLK250 may be on its way out of Mercedes showrooms, but with an available manual transmission, it might be worth a look in next year's used market.

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