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2019 Lotus

In 1962, legendary F1 designer Colin Chapman unveiled a legend, the Lotus Type 25. The first F1 car with a stressed monocoque chassis, the 25 gave Lotus its first constructor’s and driver’s championships in 1963 with Jim Clark at the wheel. Its monocoque chassis also set the template for all F1 cars to come. Lotus …

2019 Subaru Forester

The new design isn’t much of a giveaway, even though the 2019 Subaru Forester switches to the Subaru Global Platform that made its debut on the 2017 Impreza. One way to tell you’re driving the fifth generation of this SUV icon is to check your calendar to see if it’s Autumn of 2018, when it …

2019 Mazda CX-9

Mazda’s style is unique, there’s no denying it. With the company’s most recent design refresh, the Japanese carmaker went bold; with that large grille and huge Mazda emblem, every vehicle’s front end now looks like a beak. Which brings us to the CX-9, Mazda’s three-row, seven-seater SUV. The Grand Touring I drove over a weekend …

Mercedes

The Nürburgring is important for AMG. All of its cars turn hundreds of laps there while in development, and it even nicknamed its AMG GT R “The Beast From the Green Hell,” referencing the track’s famous nickname. But for Tobias Moers, the head of AMG, setting lap times on the Nordschleife isn’t important. We were …

MINI-Cooper-S-E-Countryman

At the New York Auto Show (March 30 through April 8, 2018), MINI-style electro mobility will conquer new terrain with the presentation of an exclusive model specially designed for extremely challenging routes. With its underpinnings taken from the brands first plug-in hybrid vehicle, the MINI Countryman Panamericana has been designed for a long-distance tour from …

The Ford Mustang GT

While Ford has very nearly covered the full gamut of great Mustang models of yore with remastered editions for today—and promised to resurrect the vaunted Mach 1 as some kind of electric crossover— The carmaker has found another name to bring back into play for its pony car: the GT California Special. Also known as …

Mustang Shelby GT500

Back in January, Ford revealed it would bring back the Shelby GT500, this time as a 700-plus horsepower monster. Well, here’s your first look at the car itself. Ford revealed a front-facing picture of the GT500 today at its “Ford Uncovered” media event in Michigan, along with information on the new Bronco and the newly-announced …

Land Rover Classic

Anyone can swap a big engine into a car—making it work like it’s from the factory is the difficult bit. That’s what makes the new Defender Works V8 from Land Rover Classic truly special. “All the traction aids work in conjunction with the powertrain, and as a conversion, no one other than JLR is capable …

Dyson's Plan to Build Three Electric Cars Dyson's Plan to Build Three Electric Cars

Dyson, a manufacturer famous for inventing new ideas for vacuum cleaners, hand and hair care, air treatment and lighting, has now taken its creativity to an entire new level. It would appear that Dyson has introduced plans to build not one, but three electric cars by 2020, which is a fantastic step forward for a …

Kia K 900

The South Korean car market is marked by fierce loyalty for domestic brands, bolstered by government policies restricting imported brands that have only eased during the past several years. The hometown crowd that packed the arenas to cheer the country’s Olympic speed skaters will no doubt prefer the second generation of the Kia K900, the …