SUVs remain hotter than ever, with more models hitting the market seemingly every day. And as more offerings flood the market, fuel efficiency has become even more of a selling point, with consumers paying ever more attention to which SUVs and crossovers get the best gas mileage. Additionally, automakers have been under increasing regulatory pressure […]
Kia’s new marketing slogan—“Tough Never Quits”—might smell like something dreamed up in a Madison Avenue boardroom, but there’s some truth to that when it comes to the brand. For the past decade, Kia has tried to build a three-row SUV that appeals to the average American. Its first attempt, the Kia Borrego, was too big […]
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When former Jaguar design boss Ian Callum sends you an email suggesting you check out a customized 1950s Jaguar, you make sure you do. Callum, now running his own design shop where he’s putting the finishing touches on a re-imagined version of the Aston Martin Vanquish he designed 20 years ago, is a man of […]
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It’s called the California Double: surf and snowboard in the same day. But what if we could make it the California Trifecta and throw in a great drive, too? Let’s make it a challenge, even, and do it in a California-approved electric sports car, the 2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo S. The Double is every Silicon […]
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The subcompact SUV segment is one of the most diverse in the auto industry. The compact SUV segment may be well defined, but the one below it isn’t. Vehicles in the subcompact segment vary significantly in size, and each one has a specific character. Although that can lead to confusion, it also means there’s something […]
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Aston Martin will customize your vehicle pretty much any way you want through its Q program. For the first time, the Aston Martin DBX receives the bespoke treatment, and the result is an SUV with a painstakingly designed interior. It’s stunning on its own, but it’s also intended to be a showcase for what Q […]
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The Geneva International Motor Show is always crammed full of the newest and most glamorous supercars and hypercars—some of which even make it from show-stand to reality. The Czinger 21C—all 1,233 horsepower and $1.6 million of it—looks to be the real deal and, hallelujah, it’s wholly designed and built in the U.S. In fact, Czinger’s […]
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An eBay ad for C8 Corvette wheels may have just revealed the style and design of the upcoming next-generation Corvette Z06’s rollers. The ad for “2020 Corvette C8 Carbon Revolution [20/21-inch] Factory Original OEM Wheels Rims Set” was recently posted to the auction site by user certifiedfactorywheelsinc with an asking price of $4,500. (That’s ridiculously cheap for […]
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There’s no shortage in demand for the Honda Civic Type R in the United States, which is likely why Honda sees no reason to bring the Civic Type R Sport Line and its clipped rear wing to our shores. That’s fine by us, too, as the Type R’s towering tail is a fully functioning piece […]
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