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First Drive

That one time “Why not?” resulted in a practical decision.

Does Porsche need a reason to add another $100,000-ish wagon to its lineup?

Featured

We drive an '85 Mazda RX-7 among some great classic Japanese metal.

Featured

Magnus Walker collaborated with Hot Wheels so a new generation of kids can find their inspiration, just like he did with a Porsche.

Exclusive

The John Cooper Works label is poised to spread to Mini's most grown-up car, but don't expect a jacked-up off-road version ever.

First Drive

A techie looks better in a fitted suit than a hoodie.

Few besides the faithful will quickly spot the difference, but the 2017 Audi A4 packs slick advancements in a tidy package to fend off BMW and Mercedes.

Featured

A Californian that can actually deal with cold weather.

Snow, ice, and sub-zero temperatures can't dampen the fun of Mazda's truly addictive roadster.

Report

Saab AB has declined to give National Electric Vehicle Sweden the rights to use the Saab name on new planned models.

First Drive

Is It Worth Bringing Home From Vacation?

Despite some minor flaws, the Buick Cascada manages to provide open-top fun without the compromises you might expect.

The resuscitated automaker's newest render appears to be a rehashing of an already-published image from a magazine.

Report

With Nationwide Availability, Adaptive Cruise Control Coming Soon

While selected markets are getting the 2016 Chevy Volt now, a 2017 model is coming in the spring with additional features.

Official

The civil penalty concerns 2014 and 2015 Minis that were not recalled soon enough after failing to meet U.S. side-impact crash protection standards.

Report

While the Tesla Model S continues to grab headlines with its steadily growing popularity, it isn't the most popular EV yet.

Second Drive

Opulent, Effortless, And Too Good For Children

The 2017 Audi Q7 is lighter and more tech-laden than before, making it better equipped to do battle with the growing crop of luxury three-row crossovers.

Official

With the 2016 Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid, General Motors wants to show it's as serious about mainstream hybrids as it is about mainstream midsize sedans.

Electric vehicles may still be largely confined to pockets of the US but, slowly, more cities and governments are putting weight behind the technology and infrastructure. The latest to do so is New York City. NYC mayor Bill de Blasio announced a plan Tuesday to replace 2,000 non-emergency city vehicles with electric models by 2025, roughly one-fifth of the overall government vehicle fleet, The New York Times reported.This isn't the first time the city of New York has purchased electric vehicles,

The love of all things "premium" shows no signs of slowing down and it's becoming a join-or-die situation for some companies.

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Tesla is the latest automaker to say it won't be setting up a stand at the Detroit Auto Show.

Report

An increasing appetite for large cars may lead to the minivan's resurgence in China.

Opinion

The converts brought in under the clean diesel notion may be lost on VW for a while, but the company still has loyalists committed to its other products.

Opinion

The introduction of the new Mini Clubman has cemented the brand as another premium proposition, rather than the quirky outpost of BMW's small cars.

Opinion

Diesel as a viable engine choice in the US may go down with VW's reputation among its loyal customers after the automaker's alleged emissions cheating.