The convergence between technology and the modern car is constantly growing. As the technology continues to evolve, so too do the cars we drive. Nowadays, cars do so much more than simply get us from point A to point B; they keep us connected not only to the open road but the world at large.
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Entering its fourth generation, the Chevrolet Tahoe is more refined and debonair than ever for the 2015 model year. With real wood and leather on the interior, and an efficient V8 engine, the Tahoe is a truck-based 4x4 you no longer have to pretend is…
BMW’s 4 Series Convertible is lighter weight and more aerodynamic than the 3 Series Convertible it replaces. Despite having been put on a diet, it’s no less sporty or refined than its predecessor. In fact, it’s so good, it might make you question getting…
The V12 Vantage S is Aston Martin’s smallest car with its biggest engine, and you won’t find us complaining about that. It looks, sounds and feels brilliant, but we anxiously await a new transmission that really makes use of all that power.
After more than 50 years, Chevrolet has finally created a Corvette that the young and the hip wouldn’t be ashamed to own. The Stingray Convertible is an American sports car to rival the Germans, Italians, and the English in all the best ways.
SRT’s Viper is the only pureblooded American exotic car on the market today, and it’s one of the meanest, nastiest, coolest cars we’ve driven. However, it’s also one of the least graceful to climb out of.
With more curb appeal than the BMW 5 Series and a more comfortable ride than the Mercedes E-Class, the all-new Cadillac CTS Sedan positions the American automaker to once again reclaim its title of Automotive Standard of the World.
Ford is gearing up for an all-new, supposedly high-tech update to the Mustang platform for it's 50th anniversary next…
First impressions are hard to shake but when you’re a car company it’s important to move past negative preconceptions. With the release of its first-ever luxury car, the 2014 Kia Cadenza, the Korean automaker is looking to shake its brand’s mediocre…
Mercedes-Benz G550 review: It may be a Mercedes, but the muscular, gas-guzzling G550 is fit for ‘Murica
Designed for desert runs with Middle Eastern Royalty, the Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen has been around since the 1970s, but it's more luxurious than ever.
With more power than any other production V8 ever before, the 2013 Shelby GT500 is a mix of speed, muscle, and surprising nimbleness.
Are advanced automated driving aids and a fleet-footed V8 enough to make up for the 2013 Infiniti QX56's poor fuel economy and bumbling road manners? Or is it bested by some of its more refined luxury rivals?
Diesel-powered cars aren’t afforded much respect stateside, a fact slowly changing thanks to specimens like Mercedes’s tech and torque-rich GL350 Bluetech.
The F-type is Jaguar's first true sports car in 52 years. The last was the E-Type launched in 1961. Although some accuse the F-Type of being too heavy for a sports car, I think it's nears perfection.
Audi’s new optional seven-speed S tronic dual-clutch transmission featured in the new 2014 R8 is proof that there’s much more to experiencing a supercar than a lot of in-car technology. In fact, you find that you can do without it.
Mission looks to be positioning itself as the Ducati or Tesla of the ebike sphere, going for low volume and high quality over music for the masses. A few years ago, that approach could have been seen as a shortcut to a bankruptcy filing. Not anymore.