Concept Cars

When the Honda Civic Type R first came to the U.S. two years ago, it carried a price tag of $34,775. That price was pretty impressive, considering the athletic hatch packed lots of standard features and a 306-hp engine that made it the most powerful production Honda ever sold in the states. The price continued
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The Dodge Challenger is one of the last remaining true muscle car on the market. It’s also the only coupe currently available with a three-position rear seat, allowing it to accommodate five passengers. Need the most potent Challenger? The 797-hp Hellcat Redeye should rocket you and your friends in less than four seconds–provided you launch
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A couple weeks ago, Ferrari introduced its latest mid-engine supercar, the F8 Tributo. It’s an evolution of the 488 GTB that we named the 2017 Best Driver’s Car, with restyled bodywork, more power, and even better handling. But now that we’ve seen the one-off P80/C, the F8 Tributo feels like old news. Built for one (presumably quite
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Lamborghini has introduced the sexy new Aventador SVJ roadster at the 2019 Geneva motor show. The SVJ of course stands for “SuperVeloce Jota,” a moniker bestowed upon Lambo’s superfast track models of distinction, like the Aventador SVJ coupe that currently holds the Nürburgring production-car lap record of 6:44.97. (It’s since been topped by one kinda,
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Staff photographer Robin Trajano and I have agreed to swap long-term cars. From here on out, Robin will drive the BMW X3 M40i and I will oversee the BMW X2.  Robin wanted more size, power and aggressive noise, and I wanted a smaller footprint, quieter exhaust and better fuel economy. Horse-trading sorted, my first order
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Elon Musk has bottled some lightning, and so far nobody’s successfully reverse-engineered his formula—the precise “it factor”—that earned Tesla 80 percent of the (admittedly still tiny) market for fully electric passenger vehicles in the U.S. in 2018. Legacy and startup manufacturers alike are trying their gol-dangdest, though, and upstart Sino-Scandinavian brand Polestar appears to be
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Where, pray tell, is the biggest-selling affordable EV of them all, the Nissan Leaf? When its second-generation version was introduced two years ago in Japan, the Bolt’s then-staggering 238 number had already been announced. Needless to say, that cast a pall over the Tokyo proceedings as Nissan struggled to justify the new Leaf’s 150-mile range.
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Waymo, which recently launched its autonomous ride-hailing service in the Phoenix area, is betting big on traditional sensing technologies—including cameras, GPS, radar, and those super-expensive spinning lidar sensors on the roof. These Waymo cars are essentially beta-testers, which means they are not fail safe. (Remember Uber?) If Waymo happens to have an accident and the
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There are few vehicles that possess the beauty, presence, and significance of Lamborghini’s Miura—the car that arguably started the supercar era. Even rarer still is the Miura SV, the final production iteration of the breed, of which just 150 were produced. Nevertheless, registered bidders at the December 8 RM Sotheby’s Petersen Automotive Museum auction will have the chance
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BMW is conducting final tests on the M8 coupe before it heads to series production. The automaker has revealed that the car will pack more than 600 hp from its twin-turbocharged V-8 engine. The potent flagship is now undergoing testing at the Estoril grand prix racing circuit in Portugal. Being an M model, of course,
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