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The Porsche Panamera Turbo is a big, luxurious sedan, but the automaker backs up its claim of "track-tuned" performance with truly exhilarating acceleration and tech.
Porsche's baby coupé has a new heart, but its lungs are what we should be worried about.
After far too long, Aston Martin has seen the light and thrown a manual gearbox in the V12 Vantage S. The result is pretty spectacular...once you get used to it.
Gone is the mighty flat-six naturally aspirated engine in Porsche's midengine roadster. Folks shelling out for the renamed 718 Boxster get their choice of two turbochargers.
Maserati was once poised to be one of the first ultra-luxe brands in the SUV game, but after many delays, it's now playing catch-up. Does the Levante have the goods?
A mid-cycle update brings bigger turbocharged power and greatly improved in-cabin tech to Porsche's legend.
The Beetle Dune trim line harkens back to the old baja bugs of yore, but don't put on your sand goggles just yet.
With its exceptional handling tech, Audi gives its largest SUV cornering chops, cutting edge safety and connected dashboard technology.
The 2016 Boxster Spyder will put a smile on your face for sure, but it's not much better than the next in line Boxster GTS.
Midcycle improvements like a nine-speed transmission and small styling changes both inside and out morph the Mercedes-Benz GL into the Mercedes-Benz GLS.
Nissan's second-generation Titan enters the full-size slugfest packing a stout diesel and a unique marketing position.
Chevrolet's popular Camaro pony car looks familiar, but is all-new and surprisingly modern under the skin.
Benz's angular new SUV is here to take on BMW's X6 with a similar mix of style, tech and pace.
What do you get when you take the top off of a 488 GTB? Don't call it a convertible, it's the 488 Spider.
With an all-wheel-drive system, more than two seats, and cargo space, the FF holds a few SUV characteristics, but its handling and engine note are pure Ferrari.
Chevy has turned up the wick on the Corvette, unveiling the new, supercharged Z06. It's faster than the ridiculous, outgoing ZR1, but won't be available until early 2015.
It's hard to fit four people into a low-slung coupe, so Ferrari's new top-end model ditches the classic coupe shape for something more practical.