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December, 2017

  • 31 December

    The Most Popular Automobile Stories of 2017

    Want to know what’s the most popular automobile of the year for us? We’ll give you a hint—it’s starts with a “Z.” The 2019 Chevrolet Corvette C8 “Zora” is the car we all can’t wait to drive and the rest of the cars on the list might surprise you too. …

  • 30 December

    Your Six Favorite Automobile Magazine Instagram Posts of 2017

    We love to post the photography and manufacturer images that best fit our “no boring cars” mantra on Instagram. The photo-based social channel is also where we reach out to hear what you, our audience thinks about new debuts and reveals. And boy do we hear it sometimes. That said, …

  • 29 December

    Liberty Walk Lexus LC 500 Looks Ludicrous

    And we thought the 2018 Lexus LC 500 looked pretty wild stock. Liberty Walk offers not just one, but two wide body kits for the cool coupe. A new LC 500 will set you back at least $92,995, in case you need a donor car. The Japanese tuner’s first body kit …

  • 28 December

    Two-Row Version of the Volkswagen Atlas Coming

    Volkswagen introduced the three-row Atlas crossover this year to cater to the North American market. Now, it looks like the automaker will add a two-row, five-seat version of the Atlas. “We decided the Atlas will get a slightly lower-positioned five-seater, with nice, coupe-ish styling, [but the] same dimensions,” Volkswagen Group …

  • 27 December

    Hennessey Hellcat with a Christmas Tree on Its Roof Hits 174 MPH

    If you’ve ever bought a Christmas tree, you probably know it’s a good idea to drive slowly on the way home to make sure it stays in good shape. But if you’re Hennessey Performance, you strap it to the roof of a Dodge Challenger Hellcat Widebody and see how fast …

  • 26 December

    2018 Mercedes-AMG E63 S Wagon Priced from $107,945

    While BMW and Audi continue to keep the M5 Touring and RS6 Avant to themselves, Mercedes-AMG is happy to share the mighty E63 S in five-door form with us poor Yanks. We’ve enjoyed a few generations of the brutal family hauler, and it looks like it’s here to stay with …

  • 25 December

    Wheelspinning Our Way Through 2017

    If 2017 was the year of President Trump everywhere else, in the automotive world, it seemed to be the year of Elon Musk. Again. Musk’s Tesla began 2017 with some 440,000 intenders each holding $1,000 deposit receipts for a new $35,000+ Model 3 with hopes they would start to get …

  • 24 December

    Exclusive McLaren F1 Service Center Opens in Pennsylvania

    Do you live in the U.S. and need service work done on your McLaren F1? McLaren Philadelphia can help—owners in North America no longer have to ship their cars to the U.K. for annual maintenance. The new shop is only one of only two authorized service facilities outside of McLaren …

  • 23 December

    BMW Delivers Over 100,000 Electrified Vehicles in 2017

    Love them or hate them, electrified vehicles aren’t going anywhere. BMW recently announced that it has delivered more than 100,000 fully electric vehicles or plug-in hybrids in 2017. That’s a lot of buzz. For the record, Tesla expects to deliver at least that many Model S and X SUVs and around 260 …

  • 22 December

    Audi Sport’s Near Future

    In 2018 and beyond, the Ingolstadt power brokers will further expand the Audi Sport range and bring the division up to speed. From what we know today, there will be no replacement for the slow-selling R8, which will be phased out in 2020 when the new Lamborghini Huracán arrives. Also …