The homegrown, race-bred 2017 ATS-V sport sedan takes the fight to Europe’s best. We review Cadillac’s 464-hp twin turbo 4-door rocket.
Sports and Performance Reviews
Our sports car and high-performance reviews include everything from 345-hp compact hatchbacks and sedans to driving impressions of the latest exotic cars.
Two engine choices and features from the beastly GT350, the new 2018 Ford Mustang GT continues to evolve as North America’s top muscle car.
No turbos, no electricity, no f–ks given: just a heck of a lot of power & performance in a bold package. We review the 2017 Lexus RC F.
We head to Europe to review Porsche’s new, 3rd-generation 2019 Cayenne, including the insane 550-hp Cayenne Turbo still unaware it’s an SUV.
The most powerful of the Mini Clubman bunch, we get behind the wheel of the 228-hp 2017 Clubman JCW All4 model.
Redesigned & all-new with cleaner looks, improved handling and more tech, we review the 329-hp 2018 Mercedes-Benz E400 4MATIC Coupe.
With a 325-hp V6, the 2017 Ford Fusion Sport boasts more power than the BMW 340i’s turbo 6-cylinder, and the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry.
The XE is Jaguar’s entry level offering but sure doesn’t feel like it. We review the 2017 Jaguar XE 2.0d R-Sport and 3.5t R-Sport.
Mazda brings back the folding hardtop to the 2017 MX-5 RF and amps up the upscale feel. But it’s still expensive. Read our full review.
Few companies master the turbo like Porsche. So is the latest 911 platform the best one yet? We review the 2017 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S to find out