While there's plenty of newness to celebrate with the 2015 Dodge Challenger, including upgrades for both the user experience and the driving experience, everybody only wants to hear about the Hellcat. Yes, it's 707 horsepower; yes, it only (only!) costs $60,000. However, that's not the volume seller; the Hellcat isn't responsible for Challenger's year-over-year sales increases.
Some cars have just one mission in life. Mazda's Miata is meant to be enjoyed on a country road. A Bentley is meant to coddle passengers in extreme luxury (of course, some Bentleys are stupid fast, too), and so on. So it is with Toyota's Prius, a car that has had only one mission since the beginning - maximize mileage.
Do you remember the 1-Series, the plucky little BMW with semi-awkward styling? Well, it's still kicking around, except BMW saw fit to create a new generation of 1-Series under the 2-Series name. Now, BMW's coupe offerings (2, 4, and 6) are all even numbers. The model we received for testing is the BMW M235i. It's the spiritual successor to the outgoing 135is, albeit with a much catchier name.
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