Sublime road manners, spacious rear accommodations, and droolworthy looks put the Velar at the top of our shortlist.
Imbued with modern features and cavernous rear seats, the Expedition establishes itself as the dominant figure in the full-size segment.
Sport not included.
GLA 250 4MATIC
A GLA-morously chic hatchback with a spritely powertrain and a premium badge.
The insatiable lust and appetite for crossovers continues to astonish us.
The X1 is a standout crossover thanks to a strong mix of good driving dynamics, excellent build quality, and unwavering practicality.
The beloved Yukon receives a new front grill, 10-speed gearbox, and a wood interior trim, but is it enough?
Cadillac's first foray into semi-autonomous technology impressed us with its simplicity and well-defined boundaries of use, though it may only appeal to a select few who frequent the highway.
The Tahoe gets a few notable aesthetic and performance upgrades, including the 6.2L V8 from the Escalade and 10-speed auto from the Camaro ZL1.
This is a no-frills electric hatchback for the pragmatic consumer, and it delivers on all expected fronts.
Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines. Here are our ten favourite powerplants from last year.
Resetting the standard.
Five cylinders, four rings, and three point seven seconds from 0-100 km/h; the TT RS provides us with that desperate link of man and machine that many automakers strive to build but fail to create.
Here is the TT RS in all of its five-cylinder glory, and boy does it sound good. Enjoy the montage clips of acceleration, deceleration, launch control, and revs.
Yeah, we never thought it would happen either.
Refreshed sheetmetal, a 7-speed DSG, and a larger infotainment system round off the revisions for 2018.
Best to look elsewhere.
The Atlas may be short on performance and ride comfort but it just about delivers on every other front.