The Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport is Goldilocks’s sweet spot in the iconic American sports car’s lineup. Most people don’t need the tower of power that is the Z06, but many still want something a little more special than the base Stingray. The Grand Sport offers style, heritage, and medium-hot performance at a…""
From 1972 to 1986, Team Lotus was sponsored by tobacco company John Player & Sons, and all of its Formula 1 cars wore a distinctive black-and-gold livery. During that time, the team won five drivers’ and constructors’ championships and, in the process, changed the way F1 cars were designed. Lotus Exclusive,…""
It is fitting that the all-new Volkswagen Atlas takes its name from the Greek god tasked with keeping the sky from falling on mortals. Coming off the hugely publicized diesel-emissions scandal, VW needs an emotional win. Despite the media and consumer kerfuffle, sales for the people’s brand are actually up…""
Everything old is new again. Certainly in Britain, where the country’s forthcoming Brexit from the European Union seems to have resulted in a dramatic spike in automotive nostalgia. We’ve already told you about Jaguar Land Rover’s plans to create Reborn factory restomod versions of various vehicles, most recently the Jaguar…""
We at C/D are unabashed proponents of the hatchback body style. Such cars generally offer more practical space than their sedan counterparts, and we also enjoy the slightly esoteric vibe they exude, at least in America where they are vastly outnumbered by more workaday crossovers, sedans, and SUVs. When Chevrolet…""