Last week, GM announced plans to go 100 percent EV with its light-duty vehicle fleet in less than 15 years. Tonight, Cadillac took the wraps off two high-performance luxury sport sedans that probably wonâ€™t pass too many gas pumps. Talk about whiplash. To be fair, development lead times are long â€“ almost certainly longer than […]
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Todayâ€™s Rare Ride is a big, front-engine V12 Ferrari in the companyâ€™s fine grand tourer tradition. While its exterior color is nothing to write home about, its interior is absolutely a one-off. Once you get a look at it youâ€™ll see why. The 599 GTB Fiorano was introduced for the 2007 model year, as an […]
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Every time I share photos of an old Toyota Land Cruiser I spotted in a junkyard, the anguished wails from readers commence. Nobody ever asks me where to find those doomed trucks so they can buy parts before The Crusher eats them, and only a few of the anguished wails come from Land Cruiser aficionados […]
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In our last edition of Buy/Drive/Burn, we took a look at three subcompact American CUVs competing at the $25,000 price point. Most of you seemed to agree they were all terrible, but the Trax edged out the Buy in the comments. Letâ€™s see how you feel about the Japanese competition. Honda HR-V On sale elsewhere […]
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Released in 2012, the Model S is the oldest member of the Tesla range. Itâ€™s about to look a lot newer than its age suggests thanks to a much-needed update that brings a fully redesigned interior and a lot more power. Not much has changed on the outside, and the sedan remains recognizable as a […]
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Todayâ€™s Rare Ride was in production for nine years, but never reached triple-digit figures in its sales. Letâ€™s check out this hand-crafted British beauty. AC is one of the oldest living independent British car firms and traces its roots back to London in 1901. Originally known as Auto Carriers, Ltd., the company has gone through […]
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The next Tesla Model S is here. And the steering wheel is no wheel at all, but a yoke. Thatâ€™s the feature thatâ€™s getting all the attention â€“ and all the Knight Rider jokes on the tweet machine â€“ but itâ€™s not the only thing at play. The infotainment screen shifts away from a portrait […]
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Sorry folks, that headline isnâ€™t some coded reference to the return of a Morris Minor. No, Mini has unveiled updates from 2022 that the brand calls â€œsignificantâ€� but in actuality fall under what we cynical scribes would categorize as a minor refresh. To wit â€“ the exterior changes that go into effect for the models […]
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The Intermeccanica marque is a new one to Rare Rides, and even in scouring the obscure vehicles of the internet one does not come across the name often. Intermeccanica has dabbled in a number of different automotive enterprises since its inception, and the Indra seen here is one of its more successful projects. Frank Reisner […]
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BMW has proclaimed the 2022 M5 CS Sedan, with 627 horsepower and 553 lb-ft of torque, to be the quickest and most powerful BMW production vehicle ever produced, with a claimed 0-60 time of 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 190 MPH. It will arrive in the U.S. in the second half of 2021. […]
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