automotive

10 Cars That Could Have Been Built Better

It’s hard to get a car right. It’s even harder to get it perfect. That’s why cars like Volkswagen’s enduring GTI, the Mazda Miata, and

Holy Hyundai! The Company’s 10 Fastest Vehicles

You really have to hand it to Hyundai. After spending the better part of the past three decades painstakingly building its brand on an international scale,

10 of the Worst Cars of the 2000s

From an automotive standpoint, we’ve got it pretty good right now. With each passing year, every segment seems to be getting safer, faster, more fuel efficient,

Speed Like a Swede: The 10 Fastest Volvo Vehicles

Volvo has some of the most loyal fans in the entire automotive world. But one thing you’ll probably never hear a Volvo owner brag about is

10 Illegal Vehicle Options You May Not Be Able to Enjoy

Nobody likes to be told what they can or cannot do, but we live in a world of rules and laws, and have to give

12 Most Expensive American Cars Ever Sold

A Tesla Model S P100D can run over $140,000 after options. A Chevrolet Corvette Z06 can fall easily within the $100,000 range after a walk

2017 Koenigsegg Agera RS1 Review

As the car world goes absolutely bananas over the release of the quarter-mile killing insane-o-mobile known as the Demon at the 2017 New York International

Peugeot 3008 review: A tech-tastic crossover that’s sure to Allure

The first time you see a new Peugeot 3008 on the road, we guarantee you’ll look twice. This is not a car you’d call beautiful.

Mercedes-Benz: After 130 Years, 10 of Its Greatest Cars

If Mercedes feels like it’s been around forever, that’s because, well, it has. On January 29, 1886, Karl Benz patented a design that mated a

The McLaren F1: The Greatest Supercar of All Time?

For millions of gearheads who came of age in the ’90s, the McLaren F1 was more than just a car, it was mythical. It stunned the

The limits of semi-autonomous driving tech: We go Volvo Pilot Assist II winter testing

Semi-autonomous automotive tech has infiltrated a host of modern cars, but the luxury segment sees more than its fair share of systems designed to do

2018 Volkswagen Atlas Review

As far as SUVs and crossovers go, every manufacturer seems to have an offering that fits exactly what you need in an overgrown people hauler.

10 Cars With The Most Rare and Bizarre Engines

Thinking outside the box does not always constitute a brilliant design. While engineers may try to change the face of automobile industry as we know it by redesigning or

Here’s Why You Should Sell a Kidney and Buy a Dodge Challenger Hellcat

2016 Dodge Challenger Hellcat Cars are cool, but they don’t make you cool. Think of every paunchy retiree you see in a Corvette, every divorce attorney

2017 Hyundai Ioniq Electric and Hybrid First Drive: Reaching past the Prius rainbow

Hyundai’s Ioniq initiative is more than just a green flare rising up from the sea of increasingly electrified automotive options. The decision to introduce a

Consumer Reports’ Surprising 10 Best Automobiles of 2017

While the classic buff books (Car and Driver, Road & Track, Automobile, etc.) are full of McLarens, Porsches, and Ferraris in any given issue, when

11 Features Missing From Some New Cars : Shouldn’t These Be Standard?

It’s not fun realizing that your new ride is missing a few key features — especially when you find out they all come standard on someone else’s car. Take LED automotive lighting for

12 New Cars From the Geneva Motor Show You Need to Know About

Every year, the Geneva Motor Show is the big one for most of the world’s premium manufacturers. Located in the heart of Europe, it’s as

10 Reasons Why Buying a Hyundai or a Kia Could Be a Smart Decision

While the thought of a Korean mid-size luxury sedan would have sounded laughable a couple decades ago, nowadays cars like the Kia Cadenza are an

2018 Chevrolet Equinox First Drive: All turbo, all-new compact SUV improves across the board

Legacy is a powerful thing, and at times it can threaten to smother the equally mighty maxim that moving ever forward is the only way

The 2017 Chevy Volt Is the Hybrid That Will Finally Win You Over

You’re looking at one of the most important models in GM history. When the Volt concept debuted at the 2007 Detroit Auto Show, it was

Is the Rogue the Heavyweight Contender Nissan Says it is?

“Standing in the Palatial Ruby Red corner, weighing in at 3,627 pounds and shouldering an armada of practicality, efficiency, and style is the Nissaaaaaaaannnnnn… Rogue!

2017 Pininfarina Fittipaldi EF7 Vision Gran Turismo Review

Like most supercar brands that are starting off from scratch, Emerson Fittipaldi’s Pininfarina Fittipaldi EF7 Vision Gran Turismo suffers from not having the foundation that

These 10 Sleeper Cars Are Perfect Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing

Dream machines like Lamborghinis and Bugattis are incredible cars, but there’s a lot more to owning them than just driving and maintenance. On top of their astronomical prices and

10 of GM’s Most Important All-New Reveals for 2018

Forget everything you think you know about General Motors – well, except for the fact we still really miss the Pontiac brand. Yes, the American

2017 Porsche 911 Avalanche By Gemballa Review

It’s been a while since we last heard from Gemballa, but like most tuners who’ve been around for as long as Gemballa has, these prolonged

2017 Mazda CX-5 First Drive: Obsession pays off

Mazda finds itself in a tricky spot. The CX-5 is due for a refresh; however, it’s also the best-selling car in the company’s US line-up.

The Lotus Carlton: The Greatest Car You’ve Never Heard Of

On January 7, 1994, a news story titled “Police left trailing by high-speed ram-raiders” appeared in British newspaper The Independent. It opens with a type of

2017 Cadillac CT6 Review

Here’s how you know that the Korean automakers are truly making a splash: when a brand that has been around for 114 years starts to

2017 Bentley Bentayga Mulliner Review

British-based luxury automaker Bentley first introduced its Bentayga SUV in 2015 at the Frankfurt Motor Show,with production ramping up in November of that same year.