Redefining mid-level luxury with a delectable interior and an incredibly refined and efficient inline-six powertrain. Read more.
A wickedly capable, compact SUV that will appease small families wishing for a dual-purpose product. Read more.
Think of the Defender 90 as a more luxurious, more comfortable, and better built Jeep Wrangler or Ford Bronco. Read more.
Hitting all the right notes but failing to set itself apart in a crowded field of uber-sport SUVs. Read more.
The Track Edition brings meaningful and palatable changes to the RC F but its large entrance fee makes it tough to recommend in such a competitive field of six-figure sports cars. Read more.
The updated seven-seater Discovery continues to excel in the areas that matter, namely road comfort, cargo hauling, and functionality. Read more.
A pure, raw, and unforgiving driving experience that punishes the worst and rewards the best. Read more.
Long live the electric wagon. Read more.
Not even storied motorsport brands are immune to preposterous oxymoronic SUVs, but these two GTS examples aim to convince us of their daily usability and dynamic prowess. Read more.
The perfect platform and footprint for an EV. Read more.
An objectively compromised convertible but one that is never short on providing driving thrills. Read more.
Objectively inferior to the German competition, but still a charming alternative for those who seek something outside the Teutonic box of bratwursts. Read more.
With diminishing life expectancy on these evocative V10 convertibles, it’s safe to say that we’re currently living in the golden age of engaging and emotional automobiles. Read more.
Despite the flurry of M badges, the M440i is a wonderfully competent convertible that focuses more on comfort and luxury amenities rather than downright performance. Read more.
While we don’t see much of a market for the RWD variant in Canada, there are a few advantages that should cater towards a small minority. Read more.
A bundle of joy brimming with charm, individuality, and a constantly improving interior that keeps the MINI appeal strong. Read more.
Sampling BMW’s latest and greatest where they truly belong - the track. Read more.
The last of a dying breed. Read more.
Just as small displacement motors with turbochargers have become the widely accepted norm, Porsche bucks the trend with a new naturally aspirated 4.0-litre flat-six that revs to the moon. Read more.
Consider our expectations blown away. The C8 Stingray is the mid-engined sports car we had all hoped for. Read more.
A first-class ride that solidifies Maybach’s place in the upper echelons of SUVs. Read more.
An underappreciated and wonderfully unique executive sedan that deserves attention. Read more.
Engaging to drive with a stiff chassis and clever torque vectoring, though it’s not quite the complete package we hoped it to be. Read more.
A Wild West wagon that marries family hauling abilities with plutonium-grade performance. Read more.
Despite performance setbacks, the MDX aces road comfort and interior design, warranting itself as a top SUV contender. Read more.
A Ferrari for the masses. Read more.
Limited but usable electric range that augments the XC90’s excellent road manners and chic wool-upholstered interior. Read more.
Delivering all the comfort and cargo space you'd expect from an SUV, but with the gorgeous looks and engaging V8 engine of a sports car. Read more.
The Cadillac we have all been waiting for. Read more.
A pure and playful driver’s car offering both poise and noise, the Huracán EVO RWD is automotive theatre distilled to its most basic and raw elements. Read more.
Sitting in the sweet spot of the Macan range with a handful of performance-oriented upgrades and a pleasing sports exhaust. Read more.
The apex predator of Porsche’s endurance GT cars is now available in LEGO form, complete with a functioning engine, damper system, and authentic livery and decals. Read more.
Come for the brand and zero-emission mindset. Stay for the sublime ride quality. Read more.
An effective plug-in hybrid sedan that does little to innovate its way forward, but rests on its laurels with a compliant ride and charming interior. Read more.
Finely crafted and frugal with fuel, but follows the trend rather than blazing its own. Read more.
McLaren only built 75 examples of the $2 million dollar Senna GTR, but this genuinely impressive LEGO set ensures you don’t have to be a millionaire to enjoy one. Read more.
A zero-emission mindset to positively augment the X5’s already calm and collected road manners, ergonomically sound interior, and handsome good looks. Read more.
Struck gold on GME? Well then there’s no better way to celebrate than with the new Ghost. Champagne flutes included. Read more.
A perfect candidate for those unsure about living with an EV, and who only want to keep one foot forward while also resting back on the combustion engines they have grown accustomed to. Read more.