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Return of the Scout: VW Brings Back Classic Off-Road Name for Upcoming Electric Truck & SUV Brand

The Reborn Scout will have pickup and SUV variants and will start production in 2026.

Review: The 2022 Audi RS e-tron GT Is The Almost-Perfect Performance EV

The RS e-tron GT can swap personalities from comfy grand touring car to guided land missile with a simple stomp of the right foot.

Review: The 2022 Volkswagen Taos Turns German Brand Away From Hatchbacks Towards A Crossover SUV Future

How well does the Taos SUV slide into the Golf's old shoes as the smiling face of affordable practicality on the Volkswagen lot?

How Does The 2022 BMW M240i Stack Up Against The Ford Mustang GT, the Chervolet Camaro SS, and the Dodge Challenger Scat Packs Muscle Coupes?

The all-new 2 Series slots is BMW's the keeper of the small car / big engine ethos that defines muscle machines

Review: The 2022 Volkswagen Golf R Is Redesigned For Speed, Not Class

It's a compromise between form and function that not all Volkswagen customers will be comfortable with.

Lost Supercar: The Quad-Turbo, V12 Chrysler ME Four-Twelve Was a German-American Masterpiece

850 horsepower and a top speed of nearly 250 miles per hour, but corporate rivalry never gave it a chance.

Drum Roll: Riding High with Travis Barker’s G-Wagon

One thing is for sure, Blink-182’s drummer doesn’t drive anything boring.

Spy Photos: 2023 Porsche Cayenne Turbo SUV Testing in the Mountains of Arizona

Our photographer in the Rockies caught a first look at the 541hp Porsche Cayenne Turbo Coupe as it was tested at high-altitude.

Behind the Build: Ryan Tuerck's Formula Supra Rocks a Race-Bred Judd V10 Engine

No BMW engine or 2JZ swap here. We get a behind the scenes look at the Ryan Tuerck's latest project car.

The 5 Worst Clone Trucks And SUVs Ever Built

Here are our picks for copcat trucks that simply shouldn't have bothered.

Spy Photos: Upcoming Rally-Inspired, Lifted Porsche 911 Safari?

Porsche has a history of building rally cars starting in the '60s, and this manufacturer-owned prototype Porsche 911 sports generous ground clearance.

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