Ram's supercharged pickup is the most powerful vehicle yet to undertake our 40,000-mile gantlet.
More power, precision, and refinement come to VW's redesigned 315-hp hot hatchback.
Hyundai's head-turning crossover is both quicker and more economical in hybrid form.
Though it's better looking and more refined, Honda's new Si still prioritizes its fun-to-drive nature.
The new WRX adds a few inches but not many pounds, and it grows up a little bit, but not too much.
The updated Passport SUV marks a soft launch for Honda's off-road-oriented TrailSport lineup.
The R8 is growing old, but the new rear-drive Performance still feels entirely special.
Hyundai's compelling new EV offers 303 miles of range and styling that evokes a Minecraft Lancia Delta Integrale.
A suspension lift, all-terrain tires, and other mods bolster the Forester's off-road credentials.
Although the CX-30 has been worry-free, it hasn't quite won us over like Mazda's larger CX-5.
A third row of seats doesn't diminish the redesigned Jeep Grand Cherokee's ultracapable nature.
In Porsche's new Sport Turismo, awesome performance meets a stunning wagon shape with no off-highway pretense.
An intriguing interior and wonderful dynamics can't overcome tepid acceleration and limited range.
The exceedingly flexible and capable small pickup truck is the new entry into the Ford brand.
Aimed at a younger, less staid audience, the Ghost Black Badge shows the brand’s dark side.
Toyota doubles down on the Corolla's popularity by reshaping it into a subcompact SUV.
Tesla's monstrously quick 1020-hp Model S nabs multiple records, but is it truly great?
The most powerful G80 distances itself further from its four-cylinder counterpart.
Trail-focused driver assists help the Tremor stand on its own, plus it's nearly as quick as the Raptor.