The Navigator: Max-sized luxury
Hyundai’s new Genesis line packs a lot of punch for its price
Land Rover’s new edition hits the sweet spot
GMC’s new Yukon XL Denali is as big as heaven
Lincoln puts the power back in its storied brand
Cadillac launches a big, fast luxury sedan
Jaguar’s new F-Pace is a luxurious playmate
BMW’s i8 puts a sporty twist on the hybrid revolution
Jeep’s Grand Cherokee has some serious polish
No one combines regality and sport like Range Rover
Audi’s new Q7 raises the stakes
The Mercedes GLE Coupe is a brawler of a sport-ute
Range Rover’s Sport SVR model is a muscular smoothy
Lincoln’s ritzy, frisky MKC was designed for fun
The Italians understand three things very well: beautiful lines, voracious handling and very willing motors. Maserati is one of the great attention-getting names in automotive history.
2015 Tesla Model S
Consideration for Tesla Motors to sell directly in Connecticut begins today.
If you think the outside is impressive wait until you see the interior
BMW’s new M235i
When it comes to tires, don’t go cheap.
America’s famous highway is having drivers cruising to a new tune
The Jeep Grand Cherokee makes a comeback
If it works, the future will take a big fork in the road
A look at the Lexus LS 460 F Sport
Some goodies to help you (safely) take your dog on the road
Love driving more than filling up? These 2014 models are mileage warriors
High Octane Weekend, Caffeine & Carburetors event
The Ferrari Challenge at Lime Rock
These days you don’t lose any cool points by driving a smaller car. Here, the latest fuel savers: hip hybrids, cool diesels and more.
Should women feel intimidated in a car showroom? Of course not! (But, still …)
All across the automobile industry, a terrific horsepower race has been building. Many of the latest hybrids, including the unspeakably polite Honda Accord and the upcoming Chevy Tahoe, are actually using the technology’s silent assist for extra power; the fuel savings is just a bonus. Our highly wired nation has been eager to jump aboard, too. Even minivans have gotten more powerful — and more thirsty.