Here's the cover from every Car and Driver magazine of the last year with big jumps, fast cars, and important stories from 2021.
Automakers are resurrecting old nameplates like never before. What's behind the craze?
Indulge your automotive obsession with new books covering Detroit, Jags, Saab, Porsche at Le Mans, BMW's M division, and more.
We go searching for cars that'd be perfect for that rich uncle to leave you in his will.
We make the run from Ensenada to La Paz with Wayne and Kristen Matlock, lots of dust, and very little sleep.
Bentley, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Lincoln, and Lexus all make the cut. One on this list starts at over $330K.
Two off-road-prepped ID.4 electric SUVs and a 1969 Beetle prove the desert doesn't care about the means of propulsion.
They cost extra, but these 20 optional paint colors are full on in the flair department.
Off-season specials: Get a low-riding sports car this winter for as little as $299 a month.
The return of carburetors, clowns in Siennas and Chet Foose: our totally real predictions about the ongoing chip shortage.
The 1020-hp Model S Plaid has unique features, even compared with other Teslas we've driven. Click through to see some of them.
You cannot have a most excellent entertainment experience in your vehicle without this piece of throwback tech.
A segment where luxury cars from Audi, BMW, and Lexus, compete against Chevrolet and Kia.
Despite a 90 percent drop in volume, Mercedes is rolling out a new SL. Here's why.
If you're looking for around 500 horsepower, all-wheel drive, and zero to 60 mph in less than four seconds, here are two options.
Some of the cars, trucks, and SUVs on this list have beat their EPA-estimated highway fuel economy by 9 mpg.