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It reportedly goes 0-62 mph in 2.5 seconds with a top speed of 177 mph

It reportedly goes 0-62 mph in 2.5 seconds with a top speed of 177 mph

Featured

We discuss the Geneva Motor Show and cars in the office

The podcast returns!

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After fiery Concept_One crash, the successor gets cheeky new safety gear.

Richard Hammond had his own clever response to the jab from Rimac.

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Best In Show: Recapping the top debuts from Geneva

We choose the best new vehicle debuts from the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. Our best-in-show Editors' Picks include hot luxury sedans, SUVs, and sportscars.

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1,500 cars was the plan, but 6,000 people quickly expressed interest

Deposits will start to be taken next week.

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Snapshots from the Swiss spectacular

Geneva, in pictures.

McLaren shows off some bespoke style in Geneva

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The 50 examples will be the last with the BMW V8

Two versions in two different colors will be available.

Report

Won't rush an EV to market that doesn't meet its performance standards

Hybrid tech is where it's at.

Featured

Explaining the distinction between Mercedes' sleek four-door coupes

We compare and contrast

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Nicko McBrain's restomod XJ is a Series III, rethought

Jaguar Classic Works has created Iron Maiden drummer Nicko McBrain's perfect Series III XJ.

Opinion

Our completely made-up idea that could bring the Mazda6 Wagon here

If it works for Buick, why not let Mazda take a whack?

Followup

Toyota once again attempts to build a fun car.

"As we started, we made sure to listen to the Supra fan base in the U.S."

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Look for a low center-of-gravity and a 50:50 weight distribution.

The car will share much with the new BMW Z4.

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McLaren’s track-only supercar costs $1.4 million per copy, only 75 to be built.

More power, more grip and more downforce. More speed!

Official

The HK GT is an EV with 3 configurable range-extenders, while the H2 is a fuel-cell racer

The HK GT is an EV with 3 configurable range-extenders, while the H2 is a fuel-cell racer

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Europe may get the wagon, but we get the turbo.

Given the choice, we'll take power over space.

Followup

Hint: It's more than just style.

It'll debut later this year with a twin-turbocharged V8 making 630 hp, with hybrid variants likely.