See 5 of the best cars to hit showrooms this year across a wild variety of types and prices.
Whether it's burning his eyes, dropping cameras, or flubbing his lines, Brian Cooley delivers it all with dignity...sometimes.
The S5 is now a V6 car and, to my surprise, smaller than an A4. But it's big enough to house a ton of tech.
A nice Asian competitor -- in a fight that just about every other carmaker has walked away from. Acura's TSX Sport Wagon really should live in the Honda catalog, where its limited performance and tech makes more sense.
The ZL1 is a beast, with a more raw edge than the Shelby GT500. Cooley takes it on the road and on the track to find out if a low tech hot road still has a place in this world - and, really, to savor that exhaust note!
We look at Hyundai's oblique answer to the 5 Series, the under-the-radar Genesis sedan in the R-Spec trim. Hyundai has made a lot of stretch goals lately, but is a budget BMW M fighter a battle they want?
It's nice to see that BMW is mortal after all. The 3 Series has been about the most honored affordable car in the last couple of decades, but the one they sent us this time left us flat.
Perhaps the leader in its microclass of small, boxy, fashionable urban vanettes.
Bentley may be the only car in its strata that doesn't lean hard on tech.
Not a tremendous showcase for Toyota's tech, but a good indicator of how civilized this category has become.