Narrow the results to find the one for you.
Absurd appellation aside, more power and luxury only enhance this SUV's status as one of the most covetable in the world.
Audi's first all-electric SUV is a masterpiece of refinement.
The updated Passat stays the course while the North American sedan market burns around it.
If looks could kill, this Lexus would be serving consecutive life terms. Too bad the in-car tech ruins an otherwise pleasant experience.
Lincoln's reborn Aviator is a compelling and, more importantly, competitive offering in the three-row, luxury-SUV segment.
The X5's svelte sibling has some obvious improvements, but the usual quibbles still apply.
Whether you're after fuel thrift or driving excitement, the Volvo V60 Polestar delivers.
The Honda Insight is a high-quality small sedan that feels premium and returns crazy fuel-economy numbers without even trying.
The GLC63 S Coupe is fun, but flawed.
The Stinger may be a luxury tourer with an unconventional badge on the hood, but you'll be hard pressed to find the same features and performance in a similar package without spending tens of thousands more.
Though it's largely the same as it ever was, a new Heritage Edition gives us more reasons to get excited about the Toyota Land Cruiser.
Since 1967 the GT500 has been the biggest, baddest Mustang of the lot. In 2020, this pony car is getting something of a rebirth, turning into a beast as capable on the track as it always has been at the strip.
The S90 is an excellent all-around choice if you'd rather not park a German sedan in your garage.
The second-generation Audi Q3 is a top player among small luxury crossovers.
The diesel engine's capability story is a good one. But even if you skip this new powertrain, the Ram 1500 is still the best full-size pickup truck you can buy today.
With its 434-horsepower, twin-turbo V6, the Turbo is the performance pinnacle of the 2020 Porsche Macan range. But is it the one you want?
More features, more tech and, yes, more driving range. Chevy's electric Bolt charges into 2020 with a number of improvements.
The 617-horsepower BMW M8 Competition is a big, bad bruiser that's comfortable, luxurious and perfectly poised for track-attack duty.