The Porsche Cayenne Turbo, introduced in 2003, was the vector for a contagion that has since spread to the farthest reaches of the automotive universe. The 1992 GMC Typhoon may have been the first diagnosed case of this high-performance SUV virus, but now even Ferrari is running a fever. Symptoms…""
This subcompact-crossover shindig has been in full swing for a while, and Toyota’s all-new C-HR is a late arrival. Its wildly styled exterior is sure to attract attention, and its well-made cabin incorporates cool design elements as well—this is a crossover aimed squarely at extroverted millennial buyers, and these are…""
When we first heard reports that FCA is recalling some 50,000 2017 and 2018 Chrysler Pacificas for a problem revealed during sporty driving, we wondered what kind of people were throwing the minivans around with abandon, considering that it’s typically seen as a mild-mannered family hauler. Turns out, the recall…""
Overview: The Nissan Pathfinder established itself throughout the late 1980s and 1990s as a rugged, off-road-ready SUV. Then, in 2012, it promptly pivoted to become the on-road-focused, family-friendly three-row crossover that it is today. With seven seats, a standard V-6 engine, and available all-wheel drive, the current, fourth-generation Pathfinder closely…""
When the Lamborghini Veneno first came out, we thought it was kind of a poseur race car, but now it has been redeemed. That’s because many of its outlandish aero bits are now on a real race car, the new Huracán Super Trofeo Evo. Compared to the current Huracán Super Trofeo…""
You’d be forgiven for mistaking the standard Lexus RC for the performance-oriented RC F—the two share a number of styling elements, particularly when the former is equipped with the optional F Sport package. The RC is offered with three different engines—a turbo inline-four and two naturally aspirated V-6s—but none of…""