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Backfires • The joyful noise of the commentariat, rebutted sporadically by Ed.
LETTER OF THE MONTH
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Beast Mode • A spotter’s guide to the rare hypercars none of your friends will ever believe you saw.
Winter Wonderland • We come from the land of the ice and snow, where the Fords spin out and wreckers print dough. Play this quasi board game to determine whether you should change your (vehicle’s) shoes this winter.
Unsolicited Advice to Audi • Our friendly know-it-all directs his pointed suggestions to Audi’s chairman of the board of management, Markus Duesmann.
The Great Capitulation • Even the sportiest and snootiest of carmakers are giving in to that sweet SUV money. Here’s how and when the mighty fell.
Impractical Jokers • Devotion to a regular-cab pickup takes its toll when the narrowly focused vehicle is forced into a role as everyday family transportation.
Taking It to the Streets • Skateboarding is not a crime, but sliding a car is. Maybe the key to reducing arrests is giving hot-rodders a place to play.
Change Agent • The Kia E V6 GT scrambles brand perceptions.
TRENDING • THESE SIX-FIGURE ELECTRIC SUVS ARE THE LATEST INMEGA POWERFUL PEACOCKING
THE TEN OMMANDMENTS • THE 2023 HONDA CIVIC TYPE R SHARES OUR FAITH.
White Light, White Heat • Fully weaponized SUVs are no longer an underground fringe. The Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT and the Aston Martin DBX 707 face off to see which is king of the high-riding wagons.
SCISSOR SISTERS • 1990 LAMBORGHINI COUNTACH 25TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION AND 2022 LAMBORGHINI COUNTACH LPI 800-4
THE RUNDOWN • An expert look at the newest and most important vehicles this month.
BRINGING CONTRAST BACK TO THE LUXURY SEGMENT
High M-tensity • BMW’s M4 CSL is the ultimate M car, and it’s not for the faint of heart.
Shaping Up • Hyundai’s latest EV throws a curve.
Royal Highness • Toyota embraces controversy with the Avalon’s tall four-door successor, the 2023 Crown.
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