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Don't say it sounds like a Subaru.

The 718 Cayman S now uses a turbocharged flat-four.

Who needs turbos?

Fall is a great time for convertibles.

This one is loaded with Ford Performance parts.

Still a screamer.

Autoblog drives Nissan's DualShock-controlled R35 GT-R at Silverstone.

Nothing but tire noise.

Quick steering, a low center of gravity and instant torque are great on a cone course.

Serene refinement that parks itself impeccably — and lifts itself up for a pothole or a crash

There may be mad tech under their skin, but the A8s on our media drive weren't equipped with some key 'AI' components like Traffic Jam Pilot.

We hope car companies keep making them as long as possible

We'd be happy if Jaguar would make the supercharger a tad louder though.

Still a wholly unique experience.

We just wish there was still a hatchback.

It’s not self-driving, but it steers us toward an autonomous future

It's not self-driving, but it steers us toward an autonomous future

After four laps and forty miles I'm done. Toast. Exhausted. But smiling.

Fifty years after winning in Baja, these Bugs remain at the core of grassroots offroad competition.

The modern Chevrolet muscle couple is a compelling choice.

Does a big, burly V8 make up for some compromising design details?

Here's a rundown of what's good and not so good.

Here's a rundown of what's good and not so good.

It's an all-wheel-drive crossover. It plugs in. And it's coming to America at just the right time.

It's an all-wheel-drive crossover. It plugs in. And it's coming to America at just the right time.

Honda really is back.

There's new turbocharged power and standard active safety equipment.

This is an option to definitely look out for during a test drive.

Only for those with a strong dislike of scraping windshields.

Daily driving in Cadillac's 640 hp, 200 mph supercharged super sedan.

This is as close to a four-door Corvette as we're ever likely to get.

It's no sports car, but it's fun. But there are aspects we don't understand.

There's part of the Prius Prime experience worth loving.

It's a decent drive, for 25 miles.

It's small and snarly — but is it worth $62 grand?

Think four-door Volkswagen Golf with 400 horsepower.

Meet your hero.

Who doesn't want a Honda with more torque?

BMW 3 Series, meet the cousin you never knew you had...

Miss the badge and you might think it's German.

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