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Ford GT

New Ford GTs are on their way to the used market. The two year waiting period is slowly expiring for more and more GT owners, and you can actually find a fair (but still small) amount of the supercars for sale now. DuPont Registry says the first GT deliveries took place in spring 2017, so …

BMW-530e

BMW is increasing the efficiency, appeal and variety of its electrified models for the upper mid-range segment. The latest battery cell technology contributes to increasing the electric range of the BMW 530e Sedan plug-in hybrid model to between 61 and 66 kilometres. In addition, the latest-generation BMW eDrive technology has reduced the combined fuel consumption …

Ford Mustang GT

For the 12th time, Ford is auctioning a one-off vehicle for charity at the Experimental Aircraft Association’s (EAA) annual AirVenture show. This year’s piece is a dual effort from Ford and Roush Performance, and it’s inspired by U.S. Army Air Force Col. Bud Anderson and his steed. The custom Mustang GT received P-51 Mustang fighter …

2020 BMW 840i

Fans of BMW’s I-6 engines, take note: There’s a range of new 8 Series variants that will appeal to you. Enter the 840i, which packs many of the things we love—and don’t love—about the V-8-powered M850i xDrive, minus two cylinders. The engine bay of the 840i—plus its convertible, Gran Coupe, and xDrive all-wheel-drive variants—is filled …

Dodge

Dodge is arguably the last company around specializing in old-school muscle cars. Outside of a few models like the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid and the new e-Torque offerings in the Ram 1500 and Jeep Wrangler, FCA as a whole seems behind the ball when it comes to green or electrified powertrains. That might change over the …

2020 Chevrolet Silverado

In sports, a team can have a great off-season spent improving its roster, generating plenty of positive headlines, but that team can still end up losing if all the other teams got even better. And thus is our metaphor for the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500, a truck that’s a whole lot better than the one …

2020 Toyota Corolla Sedan

The IIHS has finally crash tested the 2020 Toyota Corolla sedan, and it has earned the organization’s second highest commendation of Top Safety Pick. It matches the hatchback that was tested earlier, meaning all versions of the Corolla have this high safety rating. Getting the car to the Top Safety Pick rating are excellent crash …

Tesla pickup

There’s a lot to unpack following Tesla’s latest shareholder’s meeting, which took place yesterday in Palo Alto, California. Following what was referred to as “the boring part of the meeting,” featuring some commentary by board members and the automaker’s general counsel, Elon took the stage to deliver a recap of the automaker’s performance over the …

2019 Chevy Blazer RS

The two-row midsize crossover segment has been neglected for a few years, but the crossover craze has started churning new entries out again. The 2019 Chevy Blazer is GM’s take on the vehicle, and it’s already getting lots of attention thanks to its bold, angular design. And none are bolder or more angular than the …

2019 Subaru Forester

The Subaru Forester has long been one of the most competent players in its segment, nabbing our SUV of the Year award in its previous two generations. And now that the compact crossover has been fully redesigned, the Forester is an even stronger entry—perhaps the strongest, in my opinion. Still, its niche status relegates it …