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The New Look You Were Waiting For

We drive the refreshed half-ton Silverado and sample the new combination of 5.3-liter V8 and eight-speed automatic transmission.


Proof Positive Of Honda's Performance Pulse

The dead S2000 and general lack of zeal aside, the Accord Coupe V6 is the best example of Honda's continued willingness to build fun cars.


An Early Test Of The Enthusiast's Three-Row Crossover

We get an early shot at the 2017 Mazda CX-9, in pre-pre-production form. Under all that camouflage lies one very entertaining three-row crossover.


An Early Preview Of A Big, Plug-In SUV That's Quietly Efficient

We take the Audi Q7 E-Tron 3.0 TDI Quattro for a quiet spin in Spain, looking ahead a few years to the US arrival of this big PHEV.


Can One Of The Few Truly Iconic Modern Cars Be Redefined?

Can Toyota can reinvent an icon by adding driving oomph to an iconic fuel-sipper? We drive the new, fourth-gen 2016 Toyota Prius to find out.


Turbo Lover

The Porsche 911 Carrera gets a new, turbocharged heart for its 991.2 generation. We give it a proper test on the island of Tenerife.


The Ultimate Non-Turbo 911 Comes At A Premium

This 500-horsepower 911 brings downforce, rear-steering, exotic materials, and miraculously grippy tires into one extreme package.


TDI Trouble? Try This No-Compromise Plug-In

TDI scandal or not, Audi knows a thing or two about green driving. This 2016 A3 E-Tron is a no-compromise plug-in vehicle that even the EV-averse are sure to enjoy.


Dark And Stormy, But Oh So Pretty

We get our hands on the rebooted Need For Speed game, testing it on Xbox One.


The NSX Is Back, And This Time It's American

Acura's supercar is heavy, complicated, and expensive. Heresy? The way this car does fast, we're not sure we care.


Turbo Makes The Base Better

In the last generation, the most basic Lexus IS sedan was a letdown. This new IS 200t is a lot easier to to have fun with, while still very livable.


Because Someone Has To Come In Last

The Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is a compact crossover you can buy. It's best not to have any further expectations.


Don't Say It Ain't Super

McLaren calls its new 570S a sports car. Based on reaction from the public and the coupe's stellar reflexes, we're arguing for stronger language.


A Return To Form

Honda built its tenth-generation Civic new from the ground up, and the result is set to lead the class.


Lighter Is Better, And The V6 Is A Demon

The Chevy Camaro has a new attitude for 2016 thanks to its lighter physique and more powerful engines. We test a V6 model in Detroit to see if the reborn Camaro can stare down the Ford Mustang.


Back In The Game It Never Left

We sample the 2016 3 Series with its new six-cylinder engine. For this generation's mid-cycle refresh, BMW managed to fix most of the stuff we didn't love the first time around.


Another Step In Kia's Coming-Of-Age Story

Based on a short preview, the fourth-generation Optima could be a real contender in the cutthroat family sedan market.


Opting Out Of The Horsepower War

The Lexus GS F gives up power to the competition, but still has plenty of charms behind the wheel.


A Crossover To Make Money, Not Brand Evangelists

BMW makes a big change with its smallest crossover, and few buyers are likely to notice. We drive the Bimmer that breaks with years of tradition.


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.


Senior Editor Seyth Miersma takes Volkswagen's four-door coupe out for a test drive. Does the top-level Executive trim make this pricey VW worth it?

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