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2016 Bentley Continental GT review: Bentley Continental GT V8 adds mpgs to muscle, takes a dive on digital

For British automaker Bentley, the name Continental implies Europe, where drivers can log many more miles than the distance between John ‘o Groats and Penzance, about as far as you can go in the UK...

2016 Ford Mustang GT review: The Mustang GT convertible is a comfy tourer with a burnout mode

I don’t know about your neck of the woods, but summertime on the California coast means that you’re pretty much guaranteed to see dozens and dozens of rented ragtop Mustang convertibles packed with tourists making...

2017 Mercedes-Benz E300 review: 2017 Mercedes-Benz E300 is a very smart sedan

Looking at a list of midsize luxury sedan manufacturers is like holding roll call for the UN. You can get your high-class on with the Japanese, British, Americans, Koreans or Swedes, but today we’re talking...

2017 Porsche 718 Cayman S: So close, yet so far

With a sports car you need a few things: looks, speed, relative comfort and noise. Fuel economy, while important, isn’t really a concern for most Porsche buyers — and if it is, a Prius will...

2017 Aston Martin DB11: A near-perfect reboot

It was 13 years ago that Aston Martin bestowed the DB9 upon the world. That was a hot car back in 2003, an aggressive nose and a sultry shape hewn from aluminum that would go...

2017 Jaguar F-Type review: Beauty and the $12,000 brakes

Few cars make you smile every time you see them. Today’s homogenous design makes it difficult to distinguish one car from another in mall parking lots, but the Jaguar F-Type is another story. It captures...

2017 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S review: Blurring the line between grand tourer and sports car

These days, everybody wants their cars to be superheroes. We want them to be sporty, but not so sporty that we can’t be comfortable. We want power, but we’re not willing to give up fuel...

2017 Audi TT RS: New Age horsepower, old-school roar

Switch stability control to Dynamic, put my left foot on the brake and my right foot on the gas — or “to the metal” as my Audi minder put it. The virtual tachometer held at...

2017 Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta: The drop-top hypercar

How could Ferrari possibly make the LaFerrari any better? For some people, the answer is to rip the top off of it, which is exactly what the Italian supercar maker has done. Dubbed Aperta, the new limited-edition,...

2017 Ferrari GTC4Lusso T: Dropping AWD but gaining two turbos

When the Ferrari FF launched it caused a fair bit of consternation amongst the brand’s loyal tifosi. An all-wheel-drive Ferrari, and a hatchback at that? Not everyone loved it, but it proved to be a respectable choice, recently rechristened...

2017 Toyota 86 review: All the performance you really need

205 horsepower may not sound like a whole lot in this era of muscle-bound hypercars, but when it powers one of the sharpest handling cars you can get, it’s enough. That was my thought while...

2016 Ferrari 488 GTB review: As good as it gets

When you have a car that’s as good as the Ferrari 458 was, it’s easy to imagine all the things that could go wrong in developing its successor. Just heaping on more power would be...

2017 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport review: Corvette Grand Sport is the best of both worlds

The latest generation Corvette, introduced in 2014, revived the Stingray name and the world went a little bonkers. Some felt that the complete redesign looked a little too Ferrari, while others bemoaned the new rear...

Get ready to slay some tires in the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro 1LE

The little econo-box car quickly grew in my vision as I approached from behind in the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro 1LE. We were on a two-lane desert road somewhere outside of Pahrump, Nevada, with only the...