...from the Maxima to the 350Z, 370Z, and the monstrous GT-R, each of these cars has always carried progressive styling, technology and driving character and that fits each identity perfectly. Until now, Nissan's SUV/CUV lineup seemed to miss at least one of these critical marks.
Which may be why partaking in this event was all the more important… Read More
BMW’s esteemed tuning partner, Alpina, sure knows what it’s doing. The BMW 6 Series Gran Coupé is a powerhouse in and of itself; my experience with it dates back to the Coupé’s infancy as the M6 on the streets around Road Atlanta in 2013, and it’s a car I’ve been waiting to get back in touch with ever since... Read More
Porsche stepped onto new ground when it released the Macan. Said to be the ‘SUV that handles like a sports car,’ the smaller sibling to Porsche’s lone Cayenne SUV intended on bridging the gap between car and truck – not an easy task when you’re rated as highly as the Stuttgart manufacturer is... Read More
Ford’s 2015 Mustang is arguably the most anticipated car to launch in 2014. Up against steep competition with the likes of BMW’s M3 and M4, Dodge’s Hellcat, the Camaro Z/28 and even Jaguar’s F-Type R Coupe, the Mustang is boldly claiming its position in the fight for car of the year... Read More
The 228i and M235i mark the first cars to don the “2” badge since the 2002, both carrying the basic traditions of small fun that appeals to a wide audience. Speaking specifically on the M235i, the car is significantly more powerful, with a greater emphasis on performance and luxury. On further inspection, the M235i appears less of a descendant of the 2002, and more like a modern evolution of another great from BMW’s past: the E30 M3. Read More
The Fiat 500 is one of a few beloved cars to carry a distinct heritage. The icon of the Fiat brand from 1957 to 1975, the original Cinquecento (Italian for 500) was developed to bring automotive transportation to the masses. Jump ahead 56 years and the Cinquecento has been completely transformed... Read More