Overview Luxurious minivan with mass appeal
Pros Uconnect system, flexibility/space, overall comfort
Cons Rearward visibility, spotty fit and finish
Value for money Good
What would I change? 1,095 more words
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On the heels of Porsche R&D chief Wolfgang Hatz saying most of the 911 lineup will use turbocharged engines, there’s a good chance the Boxster and Cayman will downsize to a turbocharged flat-four. 116 more words
After going on a seemingly endless stream of rumours, Ford has dropped its first official teaser of the upcoming Focus RS hatchback.
The teaser doesn’t reveal much — it’s only a handful of quick cuts of a camouflaged Focus that, evidently, loves to slide — but Ford announced a detail we’ve been itching to know for a while now: the Focus RS will be revealed on February 3. 79 more words
Hyundai has given the funky Veloster a refresh for its Korean home market.
It’s unclear as to whether or not these changes will find their way to North America, but the 2016 Veloster’s key improvement under the sheet metal — gone is the conventional six-speed automatic in the Turbo model, replaced with a quicker-shifting seven-speed dual-clutch automatic. 92 more words
McLaren is taking to the upcoming Geneva Motor Show to premiere its most powerful model yet — the production-ready P1 GTR.
Following the concept version seen at last year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, the McLaren P1 GTR sees a handful of tweaks under its sheet metal. 195 more words
Mercedes-Benz has officially priced its ultra-luxurious Maybach S600 and as you’d expect, it isn’t exactly cheap.
Pegged as a rival to the finest from Rolls-Royce and Bentley, the Mercedes-Maybach S600 starts at $189,350 in the U.S. 160 more words