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If Best Driver’s Car is the most exciting thing we do all year, then World’s Greatest Drag Race puts seven exclamation points at the end of that statement.
You know you are traversing an active military installation when the walkie-talkie squawks, “Turn right at the missile.” The Motor Trend and Studio TEN crews are filming this year’s version of the World’s Greatest Drag Race here at Vandenberg Air Force Base, and we are quickly reminded of its critical role in America’s arsenal.
Lamborghini is ready for more one-make racing with a revised Super Trofeo Huracan called the EVO. Based on the previous Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo, the EVO designation comes from a heavily revised aerodynamic kit, as well as improved safety standards.
Kia has announced pricing for its redesigned 2018 Rio subcompact sedan and hatchback. The base LX trim will start at $14,795 for the sedan and $15,095 for the hatchback, including $895 destination charge.
It’s been more than a decade since Dodge brought back the Charger, and in that time, it’s received several major updates but no complete redesign.
It’s a pretty well-known fact that if you want to dip your feet into the racing world, you attend a racing school.
Over the last few years, automakers have partnered with PlayStation’s “Gran Turismo” racing simulator to let their engineers’ and designers’ imaginations run wild and create a sky’s-the-limit concept vehicle.
Usually, when people talk about diesel emissions, they focus on nitrous oxide levels. After all, it’s the pollutant that Volkswagen tried to hide with its emissions-cheating software.
Ford announced on Tuesday that it plans on idling five North American vehicle assembly plants in an effort to reduce inventories of slower-selling models, mostly cars.
Don’t try this at home—it’ll probably void your truck’s warranty or you’ll end up in a “hold my beer” video on YouTube.
Our preparation protocol for Best Driver’s Car has evolved over the years. It used to be we’d simply gather up the cars at a track, attach some gear, and run ’em real fast.
It’s been a long time since Mitsubishi introduced a new car that was legitimately fun to drive. Sure, the Lancer Evolution X was technically available new until midway through last year, but it hadn’t actually been new new since 2007.
No, Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca hasn’t been widened and stripped into a 12-lane road (thank goodness). But it’s fun to look at each 2017 Best Driver’s Car contender’s single best lap as if it were a simultaneous slot car race.
Normally, when there’s a recall for a vehicle that’s at risk of an engine fire, it’s something fairly exotic.
“If you don’t like it, you can ride in the trunk,” my dad yelled at me one morning on our way to elementary school.
Lexus is giving its RC coupe subtle updates for 2018, revising the infotainment screen and endowing V-6 models with an additional 5 hp.
So what’s it like being a Best Driver’s Car judge? Everything you’d expect and then some. On the surface, it’s what you see in the glossy pictures in the magazine: I’m piloting some of the most amazing cars in the world in a variety of high-performance situations.
For 2018, Buick introduces three new colors for the Cascada, injecting the soft-top with some individualization and sportier appearance options.
Patron saint of literary cool Joan Didion—who stalked the steamy, smoggy canyons of Los Angeles in a Daytona Yellow 1969 Corvette Stingray—once said, “Rationality, reasonableness bewilder me.” If only Didion were along for this year’s Best Driver’s Car competition.
When a car is as good as the Ferrari 458 Italia that won Best Driver’s Car in 2011, you don’t need to change much.