One of the most outrageous competition machines ever built rushed past us, its exhaust snorting and popping as it hunkered down the coastal Florida highway.
Two things we found particularly impressive during our week at the wheel of a 2015 Range Rover HSE:
For the 2015 model year, Dodge’s Challenger challenges the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro in eight versions.
The nice folks at Toyota/Lexus/Scion offered a choice:
Once upon a time, the number on the tail of a Mercedes-Benz indicated the sort of engine that could be found at the other end of the chassis:
With its dramatically swelling contours and unique profile, the flamboyant Infiniti QX70 is one of the most distinctive SUVs on the road.
What’s Chevrolet’s best-selling vehicle? Well, here in the United States, it’s the Silverado pickup truck. But worldwide, it’s the Cruze, the brand’s compact four-door sedan.
There is no cruise control. No power steering. No struts to hold open the hatch that spans the engine and the unreasonably small trunk.
Once upon a time, the Volkswagen Jetta was a car with an edge, and that applied to more than the car’s angular design.
The 2015 Chrysler 200 is so much improved that the automaker should have considered changing its name.