With a headline-grabbing 707 horsepower, the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat tears up the quarter mile in 11.2 seconds, making it the quickest and most-powerful American muscle car ever mass-produced. Continue reading
For 2015, Cadillac’s entry in the compact luxury segment is available as a stylish two-door coupe. Specs on the ATS coupe differ somewhat from those of the sedan, with the coupe offering more performance options. Continue reading
BMW’s replacement for the enthusiast-favorite 1 Series coupe is slightly larger and significantly more high-tech, but still remains fundamentally true to its mission of upholding BMW’s “Ultimate Driving Machine” tag line. Continue reading
Alfa Romeo returns to the United States market with a lightweight sports car. Continue reading
The 2015 Jaguar F-TYPE R Coupe offers a 550-horsepower supercharged V8 along with an electronic active differential, the 8-speed QuickShift transmission and an unquestionably sexy shape. Continue reading
A massive 6.4 liter (that’s 392 cubic inches, kids) Hemi V8 propels this tire-smoking muscle car throwback. Continue reading
Compared to a base 370Z, the Nismo version gets an extra 18 crank horsepower, a stiffer suspension and a handful of aerodynamic changes, making it a car for those who wish their daily commute involved the Nurburgring or Laguna Seca. Continue reading
A high-performance version of Audi’s stylish and reasonably practical A5 cabriolet convertible, the S5 cabriolet is powered by a supercharged 3.0 liter direct-injected V6 driving all four wheels through the quattro all-wheel drive system and a seven speed S tronic transmission. Continue reading
In Brief: A small car that’s big on high-tech infotainment, Audi’s new A3 sedan quattro 2.0t s-tronic represents the Ingolstadt premium luxury car maker’s replacement of the popular A3 hatchback in response to market demand.
It’s a luxury sports sedan with a fastback tail, it’s a gorgeous car, it’s the Audi S7 quattro and here is why we like it.