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With more power and the potential to dramatically improve efficiency, Lincoln's first twin-turbo plug-in hybrid V6 promises to raise the bar for the brand.
Ram's 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V6 returns for 2020, and brings with it class-leading torque and towing capability.
It’s hard not to have fun in the Lexus GS F, but it's not exactly making a case for itself.
The Urus is a super SUV that is as comfortable running errands as it is on the track.
Diesel purists will likely be the only ones flocking to the Mazda CX-5 Skyactiv-D.
The Ford F-150 is a well-rounded truck that offers drivers plenty of substance, technology and polish.
A surprise-and-delight SUV loaded with luxury, tech and safety features, this Hyundai delivers big value.
Fiat's updated 500X has a new turbocharged engine and lots of available features, but it's still a bottom-of-the-pack contender among subcompact SUVs.
The NSX seems to be getting better with age, and these subtle changes make for a more engaging, more appealing machine.
Not many cars offer the performance of the Chevy Camaro ZL1, and in convertible guise, it offers a thrilling wind-in-your-hair experience.
Cadillac gives its flagship luxury an awesome going away present: A hand-built, twin-turbocharged Blackwing V8 engine.
While the Mini John Cooper Works Clubman isn't the last word in hot hatch thrills, it should appeal to those who want a fast alternative to the plethora of small crossovers on the market.
A focus on what Audi does best should put this new SUV up against the segment’s leaders.
With more tech, more standard features and more rows and space for passengers, the 2020 Cadillac XT6 is more than just a three-row XT5.
The Toyota 4Runner hasn't had a major update in ages, but for 2020, it gets a few noteworthy improvements.
Audi's little TT is still a joy to drive, but without great styling to set it apart from the competitors, it's no longer a standout among convertible sports cars.
Kia's biggest SUV is a winner.
Ford's performance two-row crossover is compelling among mainstream competition, but shouldn't be seen as a value threat to bona-fide performance-luxury SUVs.