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2015 Fiat 500 Abarth Review

The little engine that couldn't, but sounds like it could.

2015 Mercedes-Benz ML400 Review

Age confers wisdom.

2015 Lincoln MKC 2.3 AWD Review

It's more than just a fancy Escape.

2015 Lexus ES 300h Review

Where the rubber stamp meets the road.

The Daily Driver

Our auto journalists give daily impressions of the cars they drive.

2015 Volkswagen Golf

The Rolls-Royce Phantom Limelight Is Available in both Ladies' and Gentleman's Variants

Well, that's one way to make sure you're appealing to everybody.

It feels like Rolls-Royce doesn't really know the meaning of the word bespoke. While you might expect the brand's division to only build exclusive, one-of-one cars, Rolls-Royce Bespoke has to have some sort of "menu" of sorts to get customers interested in what its craftsmen can do. Yet another one of these example models is currently rolling out of England - the Rolls-Royce Phantom Limelight.

Fast and Furious Greatest Crashes, Buffalo Bursts Tire, Bikini-Clad Grannies, and a Ferrari 458

Top Five (truly) Kick-Ass Car videos for April 21

It is no less than an exciting week in the world of car videos - from the serious and precautionary to the downright fun. From Dallas to Dubai and back again, Web2Carz brings you another installment in our weekly Top Five (truly) Kick-Ass Car Videos.

J.D. Power Says Buyers Don't Give a Flying Crap About Gesture Controls

Safety is the name of the game for buyers of all shapes and sizes.

The most recent J.D. Power study to be released focuses on automotive technology, how we use it, and what about it we value. The 2015 U.S. Tech Choice Study polled 5,300 consumers who either purchased or leased a new car within the last five years. The poll looked at 59 advanced vehicle features across six different categories. After all the votes were compiled, a few important bits of data came to light, one of them being that we harbor absolutely no goodwill towards gesture controls.

Bang for Your Buck: 2015 Chevrolet Trax vs. the Used-Car Market

Checking out a new car's competition from the used-car market.

It's no surprise that buyers often compare both new and used cars. For a given price point, the market for potential cars explodes once you start looking away from new cars alone. Yes, you might give up the warranty, but if you're looking for something unique, used cars provide a good value ... provided you pick the right one. Bang for Your Buck takes a look at five used cars you could get with the money you'd spend on the new car we've tested recently.

Audi, Amazon, and DHL Are Working to Bring Package Delivery Right to Wherever Your Car Is

Stoop-hunting mail thieves, your days are numbered.

Audi started off one of its most recent press releases with a very familiar statement: "Our final delivery attempt failed. Please pick up your package at your nearest service center." Nothing's more annoying than having to chase all over to find a package; actually, the one thing that might be more annoying than that is losing your package to a thief. Thankfully, Audi has a solution, and it's a pretty novel one, at that.

What Is the Personal Mobility Revolution and What Does it Mean for Me?

Is our vision of the future any less ridiculous than The Jetsons?

Remember the Segway? Or rather, remember the unbelievable hype surrounding the Segway, which for months up till its release was known by its codename, Ginger? We all laughed when that odd gyroscopic dorkmobile was finally unveiled, thinking "that's what all the fuss was about?"

5 Must-Have Products For Auto Enthusiasts, at Automechanika 2015

Whether you're a DIYer or just love cool tech, these are awesome.

This year's 2015 Automechanika show in Chicago boasted a ton of new products for everyone from the professional auto mechanic, to the average enthusiast, to the regular consumer. If you like cool stuff, you'll want one of these. Here are five of the coolest things we found.

This Isn't a Stunt - BMW's 2016 7 Series Model Will Actually Park Itself ... Without a Driver

Wicked Tech: The luxury sedan will also recognize hand gestures too.

BMW is giving us a sneak peak at their new 7 Series model range and we're taking the bait. It's packed with innovative technology that's been talked about a fair amount in auto spheres but has never actually made its way into a production vehicle. This all changes with the BMW 7 Series.

News Roundup: Lincoln Ditches Alphanumerics, Ford Lays Off Workers, Acura Dishes NSX Details

Your auto news roundup for the week of 04/17 - 04/24.

In order to keep us lusting after the supercar with no on-sale date, Acura's put out some more details regarding the eventually-upcoming 2016 NSX. The frame will be Acura's first foray into multiple-material usage, specifically high-strength steel and aluminum. The engine is confirmed as being a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V-6 mated to multiple electric motors in an all-wheel-drive configuration.

VW's In-Dash Screen Is Simple, But It Might Also be the Best One Out There

Sometimes, complication isn't the best answer.

Volkswagen makes some pretty simple cars. Case in point: our current tester, a 2015 Volkswagen Golf TSI S. In two-door form, this is the top-trim Golf. It's very plainly equipped, offering zero options with a few Millennial-friendly piece of standard equipment, like a touchscreen infotainment system, auto-up power windows, and seats that don't make you feel bad for being a little cheap. But what impresses your author most about this $20,000 car is the screen that rests between the gauges.

The Big Sound: High-End Audio Comes to the Ford Explorer Platinum

Because it's as big as a house, car features home-audio sound.

The Ford Explorer is a big ol' beast, but fully outfitted, it's about as comfy and civilized as any vehicle can be. So intent is Ford on making the Explorer stand up against some very intense luxury-market competition that they've added a new twist to the Explorer's high-end trim: specially-tuned high-end audio.

Throwback Thursday: The Nissan Maxima is About to Enter Its 8th Generation

The 4-door sports car has a very long history.

Every week we take a look back at how our favorite cars, trucks, and SUVs have evolved over the years - the "embarrassing childhood photos". Welcome to Throwback Thursday! With news of a new Nissan Maxima headed our way, we decided to take a look back at its various incarnations.

Recall Roundup: Mini Airbags, VW Ignition Switches, Nissan Airbag Inflators, Audi Sunroofs

Let's see what's new in automotive recalls this week.

Volkswagen is recalling almost 21,000 2009-2010 Routan minivans over concerns with their ignition switches. The key might be easily knocked out of the Run position; if that happens, several safety systems might disappear, including the airbags, power steering, and power brakes. This isn't technically Volkswagen's recall, because the Routan was built on the Chrysler Town & Country architecture, and that van has already been recalled by FCA itself.

7 Amazing Cars from the Famous Paul and Chris Andrews Car Collection Are Going Up for Auction

One of the greatest car collections goes under the gavel.

It's rare the a collection of this magnitude goes up for sale, and on May 2nd, the famed Paul and Chris Andrews collection is up for grabs. Anyone with the bank roll necessary to purchase something will have to do battle for some of the best examples of some of the coolest cars ever made.