This magazine is for automobile enthusiasts interested in domestic and imported autos. Each issue contains road tests and features on performance, sports, international coverage of road race, stock and championship car events, technical reports, personalities and products. Road tests are conducted with electronic equipment by engineers and journalists and the results are an important part of the magazine's review section. Get Car and Driver digital magazine subscription today.
Backfires • The joyful noise of the commentariat, rebutted sporadically by Ed.
LONG TIME GONE
Car and Driver
Vim, Vigor, and Vin • Vietnam’s first car company is going all-electric, and worldwide, at full speed.
Short Stop • To better torture a vehicle’s braking system, we’ve added a 100-mph-to-zero measurement.
Stormy Six • Stellantis’s new turbo inline-six defies the electrified barometer.
Know Shows • Don’t be the schmuck who spoils the fun.
The Circle of Bronco • Broncos come and they go. Or, as the philosophers say, when one Eddie Bauer door closes, another Black Diamond door opens.
Out of Stock, Out of Mind • Supply-chain shortages aren’t just for carmakers and new-car owners. They’re also affecting those of us trying to keep our classics running.
RED-LETTER DAY • A new Z shows there are signs of life at Nissan.
NFT NICE F—ING TRUCKS • IF YOU WANT TO INVEST IN THE NEXT BIG THING, HERE ARE FOUR NFTs THAT ARE GUARANTEED TO HAVE YOU LIVING LARGE.
SECOND ACT • MAZDA’S NEW U.S.-BUILT COMPACT SUV OFFERS MANY OF THE BEST TRAITS OF THE 10BESTWINNING CX-5 WRAPPED IN A NICELY SHAPED WAGON-ESQUE BODY.
IS THIS REALLY THE LAST GAS(P)?
Acura’s Blast from the Past • With interest in ’80s and ’90s cars rising fast, the 2023 Acura Integra brings back a famous name in hopes of winning over a new generation.
Riding Hard into the Sunset • There might be an electric Mustang now, but that doesn’t mean Ford will phone in the 2024 Mustang.
2023 Honda Civic Type R
Raising Baby on Electricity and Boost • The 2023 Mercedes-AMG C63 goes from having a twin-turbo V-8 to a single-turbo four-cylinder. To ensure it’s worthy of the AMG badge, it employs Formula 1 tech and a couple of electric motors.
2023 Mazda CX-70/CX-90
TOYOTA GR COROLLA
CHEVROLET CORVETTE Z06
So You Think You Can Fly • The 2023 Porsche 911 GT3 RS will probably be the last 9000-rpm 911 without some kind of electrification or turbochargers, but it’ll have plenty of wing.
2023 Cadillac Escalade V
playtime is over • TESLA CYBERTRUCK WORLD EXCLUSIVE, FIRST DRIVING IMPRESSIONS (PLURAL)
Sleek and Chic • The new Range Rover’s singularly smooth exterior hides substantial changes within.
Back to Basics • Highs: Looming large in sports cars’ mirrors, smarty-pants automatic Lows: Occasional moans from the engine room, relatively soft on power
T TIME IN STUTTGART
Dollars and Scents • Highs: A whiff of the leather-lined interior, listening to the audio system, on-demand silence or thunder. Lows: Ride harshness, rearseat legroom, close relatives cost half as much.
Silent Smoothie • The second all-electric Benz is not just a junior EQS.
Safe at First • Highs: Taut yet compliant suspension, airy interior, solid roster of features. Lows: Modest power, so-so range, federal tax credit expiring soon.
A Game of Inches • Highs: Increased clearances, composed ride, larger tires don’t inhibit performance. Lows: There is a V-8 coming, poor fuel economy, bedside “37” graphic is a bit much.
Class of One • Highs: Sneakily quick, strong brakes, fun size. Lows: No...