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Jamie Kitman

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The Power of Compromise

In a world where internal-combustion engines are becoming untenable, and battery electric vehicles are not yet entirely practical, makers such as Toyota, Volvo, and BMW are embracing a hybrid approach

The Picasso of Automobiles

When it comes to Ferraris, the best time to buy is always now

Bubble Boom

A Swiss car-maker’s take on a midcentury Italian classic has the world of electric cars buzzing

Auto Fiction

Though Elon Musk and his Tesla groupies might claim otherwise, real self-driving cars are still a ways away

Cars with Seoul

Korea’s Hyundai Motor Group has spent decades becoming the world’s third-largest car-maker. Suddenly, they seem poised to take first place

Stingray of Sunshine

Chevrolet breathes new life into their Corvette franchise, proving that American car-makers aren’t out of the fight

Singing the Porsche Electric

The German car-maker has struck the golden ratio with their arrestingly handsome, impressively fast, and attainably priced Taycan 4S

All Roads Lead to Rome

As automakers around the world conform, Italy continues to turn out cars with flair and character

On the Prowl

In a bid to win the car world’s sustainability war, Jaguar has created a battery-electric car with a soul

The Road Less Traveled

For adventurous drivers, lockdown has been a boon. For the car industry as we know it, it’s been all but a death warrant

Size Matters

Just when our cities really need them, small cars are disappearing

Drive into the Future

Polestar 1, a high-end, limited-edition electric Volvo coupe, is the genuine Swedish article—underwritten by Chinese money

The Off-Road Ahead

Authenticity doesn’t get more authentic than the venerable Land Rover Defender, now (finally) updated to the point of James Bond–worthiness

Steve McQueen Would Approve

The 2020 Bullitt is aggressive yet somehow subtle, an understated example of automotive overstatement