Setting the luxury sedan bar even higher with sleek new sheetmetal, an army of innovative technology, and more powerful engines.
Ditch your cheap BMW jabs, the Ghost now rides on a bespoke platform and brings new tech and more opulence for its second-gen iteration.
The new sweet spot of the 992 range.
The revamped Sonata doesn’t topple the Camry or Accord but its ritzy interior and daring new looks should help stir up this rather dormant segment.
Maintaining the status quo as a dependable all-weather sedan, now with more compliant road manners and positive tweaks to its interior design.
You no longer need to make excuses for the X6. It now has enough rear seat headroom and bewildering performance to become a well-rounded and justified SUV purchase.
More deserving of the ST badge than the Edge, but still an underwhelming performance SUV that fails to strike that fine balance between civil and sport duties.
Watch out BMW M3, C 63 AMG, and Giulia QV. There's a new super sedan in town.
With a Ferrari heart transplant, Maserati's executive sedan gains true performance credentials.
Those wishing for a family companion that checks all the boxes without breaking the bank, the Camry remains the gold standard.
Blending a healthy mix of urban-optimized sizing and a Goldilocks level of amenities and features.
Boulevard cruiser by day. Speed demon by night.
A thoroughbred supercar dressed up in a finely tailored suit, the GT balances world-class driving dynamics with grand touring qualities.
The entrance fee will test your resolve but if you’re careful with your options, you may just end up with one of the best handling SUVs out there.
Nissan’s newest subcompact SUV offers what most young audiences will want in a small urban SUV.
Celebrating the present and the future with a pair of six-figure performance sedans from entirely different worlds.
The sixth Black Series comes equipped with a flat-plane crankshaft V8 and extensive aero modifications borrowed from the GT3 racing car.
Boasting stellar fuel economy and impecabble fit and finish, the RAV4 remains an SUV that we would happily buy with our own money.
Peel back the layer of marketing jargon and you’re left with a remarkably pure sports car that is so unique and so well-rounded that it really doesn’t matter what you call it.