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BMW Adds New M Performance Versions of X5, X7

BMW Adds New M Performance Versions of X5, X7

With more and more motorists switching from passenger cars to SUVs and CUVs, it’s no surprise that we’re beginning to see manufacturers not only expand their utility vehicle line-up but also add more performance variants. BMW has been a leader in this trend and it’s...
First Drive: 2019 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350

First Drive: 2019 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350

By this late in May, it should be getting warm in Detroit, but despite the 50-degree chill and a depressingly leaden sky, at least the rain has held off as I strap on a HANS Device and helmet and head out to pit row at Pontiac’s M1 Concourse, where a 2019 Ford Mustang...
GM Updates Chevy Camaro’s Appearance for 2020 Model

GM Updates Chevy Camaro’s Appearance for 2020 Model

Chevrolet is planning to change up the appearance of the 2020 Camaro due out next fall with a new front-end appearance for the SS model as well as a new LT1 V-8 performance model at a relatively modest price. Other changes promised for 2020 include a making a...
Aston Adds Drop-Top Volante to DBS Superleggera Line

Aston Adds Drop-Top Volante to DBS Superleggera Line

We’re not sure whether anyone will want to try opening up the top on the new Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Volante, at least if they’re pushing it anywhere near the drop-top’s 211 mph top speed. That’s the same top speed, incidentally, as the coupe version of the...
New Dodge Challenger Gets “Angry” in the Quarter Mile

New Dodge Challenger Gets “Angry” in the Quarter Mile

So often sports car owners are looking for a vehicle that can go from the street to the track with a minimum of effort. However, that’s usually for road-style track vehicles, not a drag racer — until now. The 2019 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack 1320 is now National...
American Automakers Leaving Their Mark at NYIAS

American Automakers Leaving Their Mark at NYIAS

Among the dozens of new vehicle debuts coming to the New York International Auto Show, American automakers have plenty to brag about this year. Like their foreign counterparts, they cover the crossover and sport-utility market like a swarm of locusts with luxury...
Ford Muscles Up its “Entry-Level” Mustang

Ford Muscles Up its “Entry-Level” Mustang

Gone are the days when Ford would offer a version of the Mustang derisively known as a “secretary’s car,” a coupe that was all show and no go. These days, even the base version of the pony car has some real kick. And the automaker is planning to step that up a notch...