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Backfires • The joyful noise of the commentariat, rebutted sporadically by Ed.
Car and Driver
LETTER OF THE MONTH
Toyota Is in Transition with a New Name at the Helm • For the first time in 14 years, there’s change at the top of Toyota. As Koji Sato picks up the keys from Akio Toyoda, what can we expect?
Infotainment Overload • The only thing worse than a touchscreen is not having a touchscreen.
Quiet in the Back • Electric vehicles are noisy in different ways—and that presents an interesting engineering challenge.
Gettin’ the Hell(cat) out of Dodge • Dodge ends the era of excess with a devilish finale: the 2023 Challenger SRT Demon 170.
I Love Jeep Thrills • I needed a truck, but I just couldn’t bring myself to buy anything normal. Enter the Jeep Gladiator diesel.
May I See Your ID? • Taking photos with your cool ride goes back to the invention of cool rides, but it takes an expert to figure out what’s in the picture.
TWENTY-FIVE CARS WORTH WAITING FOR
THE WORST-KEPT SECRET SINCE THE MID-ENGINE VETTE
2025 Porsche 718 Cayman/Boxster
2025 Nissan Maxima
2027 SCOUT SUV
2025 BMW M5
CADDY’S QUANTUM LEAP
ELECTRIFY, ADD WEIGHT
2024 Fiat 500e
2024 Genesis GV90
2025 MASERATI QUATTROPORTE
2024 MERCEDES-AMG GT
2024 Toyota Tacoma
DREAMS OF CORTINA
2024 Lucid Gravity
HORSING AROUND IN THE DIRT
2025 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28
2025 MERCEDES-BENZ EQG
AN INVISIBLE TOUCH ON GENESIS
2024 Dodge Charger EV
LOW ’N’ LEAN ’LECTRIC
2028 Subaru WRX STI EV
2025 RAM 1500 REV
SOME CAVIAR FROM THE GENERAL
MINIVANS AND BEST-LAID PLANS • MODERN MINIVANS OFFER MANY OF THE AMENITIES FOUND IN HIGH-END LUXURY CARS. WE PLANNED A TOP-SHELF OUTING TO PROVE IT, BUT THEN THINGS WENT AWRY.
BIG DREAMS FOR A MINIVAN
The DR Will See You Now • FORD’S DESERT-CONQUERING BRONCO RACER IS NOW AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC. ALL YOU NEED IS $295,000 AND A KIDNEY BELT.
2022 BMW M3 • THE SWEET SPOT.
Rants and Raves
2022 VOLKSWAGEN GOLF GTI S
2023 SUBARU BRZ LIMITED
Never Say Never • With a 715-hp V-12, Ferrari’s first SUV is here to help get the kids to school on time.
Mojo Rising • Chevy’s heavily revised 2023 Colorado charges to the head of the pack.
Electrified Beauty • Maserati throws a trident at the electric car.
SING, SING A SONG
What the Hell • With the Hummer EV SUV, that’s an exclamation—or a question.
Same Capability, More Civility • The outdoorsy, accessible Crosstrek quiets down and softens up.
Sting Operation • Dodge, exercising its characteristic restraint, attempts to make compact crossovers fun.
An SUV in the Van
FROM THE JUNE 1993 ISSUE
FROM THE DECEMBER 1986 ISSUE • Picture a scene bright enough to be a bleach commercial: azure skies, air so clean you can almost reach out and touch the purple-mountain majesty, enough sunshine to jump-start a nuclear reactor. As far as the eye can see, the ground is pure white salt, as flat and as crisp...