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Aston Martin and Bentley had topless wonders, while McLaren added to its track fleet.
BMW i4 takes aim at Tesla to reclaim the crown in entry-level luxury sedans with a performance edge.
It might seem unintuitive, but keen drivers can have families, too.
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The heir to the Porsche empire revives a risky auto race on the icy Austrian Alps.
Hit the road on your next business trip, or just climb behind the wheel for a well-earned weekend getaway.
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Swedish brand's sports sedan dishes up sensibility and excitement in equal measures.
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Born a BMW X3, this heavily tweaked mid-sizer has undertaken quite the journey to get here.
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A test drive of the SUV mid-life update reveals it's gained in many areas, and lost in only a few.
Porsche’s entry-level sports car demonstrates it’s more than just a poor man's 911.
For this car to succeed, it needs to live up to the lofty expectations bestowed upon the sports car maker.
The all-wheel-drive 135i xDrive is the upgrade that BMW’s baby hatch needs.