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We pick our favorite vehicle debuts from the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. An electric car, a hot hatchback, a wagon, an SUV, and a hypercar all make the list.

For all its faults, the Pantera was wicked fast for its time.

The improbable ascent of the attainable exotic.

The more things change, they say. But that flat-six is still way out back, and that's all right with us.

It's absurdly fast and ridiculously comfortable.

So, so very fast.

The Yaris iA retains a winning combination of Scion value and Mazda engineering.

Drink this and don't drive.

The mysterious origins of this suspiciously pink drink have surprisingly little to do with Detroit.

There is definitely a replacement for displacement.

A manic nine-speed transmission doesn't help matters.

Autoblog Editors choose their top five new product reveals at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show.

The 22 most powerful cars we drove in 2016

We drove some of the most powerful vehicles ever built for public consumption in 2016.

Drew Phillips, Autoblog's ace shooter, reveals his car photo kit.

Drew Phillips, Autoblog's ace shooter, reveals his car photo kit.

We grab a Rubicon Hard Rock and head to the hills to mull over its enduring appeal.

The current Jeep Wrangler is a dead off-roader walking. We examine its enduring appeal and the mountain the iconic 4x4's replacement has to climb.

More details on Volvo's new 40-series small cars, including powertrain specs, body styles, and electrification.

Our editors pick their five favorite debuts from the 2016 New York International Auto Show, and give a few nods to some honorable mentions.

Our editors look back on the 2016 Geneva Motor Show and pick their five favorite show cars.

Here are the FWD vehicles we'd drive for the rest of our lives.

Some of the most entertaining cars to drive (and live with) put their power down through the front wheels. Here are our picks.

Windy City winners.

It wasn't a big show, but there was still plenty to talk about. Here are our five favorite debuts from the 2016 Chicago Auto Show.

Our editors highlight the best of the best. These are the five best cars we saw at the 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

Future Cars Will Transcend The Device On Your Wrist

Right now, automakers are just beginning to grasp the potential of wearables to facilitate driver-vehicle interaction. The next step? Evolve beyond the wearable entirely.

The Fastest Woman On Four Wheels Goes Full Bore In Everything

Now that this season of The List has wrapped, we check in with Jessi and find out even more about what makes Autoblog's wish-fulfillment video series work.

Disappointments, all of you. Looking back at 2015, these are the cars that won't spark any fond memories.

The List's Patrick McIntyre Brings A Fresh Perspective To A Fantastic Show

Patrick McIntyre co-hosts Autoblog's epic auto-adventure series The List: 1001 Car Things to do Before You Die, with Jessi Combs.

In which our team describes the automotive things we're most thankful for this year. Be sure to tell us your own, in the comments.

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