The new WRX adds a few inches but not many pounds, and it grows up a little bit, but not too much.
Aimed at a younger, less staid audience, the Ghost Black Badge shows the brand’s dark side.
The most powerful G80 distances itself further from its four-cylinder counterpart.
Porsche plays with the idea of a battery-powered track car.
BMW's front-drive hot hatch proves more entertaining than some of its more powerful AWD cars.
A 799-hp mid-motor EV race car gives us a peek at the future of Hyundai's N performance subbrand.
The GTS lives in the Goldilocks zone where driver-focused handling meets prodigious power.
Hyundai extends its sport-compact formula to the sedan segment with its new 276-hp Elantra N.
The old 2.5-liter four-pot is replaced by a peppier and thriftier variable-compression turbo three.
Jeep replaces the compact SUV's cheap-looking interior with a prettier one and adds flashier tech.
Jeep's new two-row Grand Cherokee maintains its off-road chops yet grows significantly more refined.
For its first trick, Lucid pulls an impressive 1111-hp electric sedan out of thin air.
Although it drops the previous base trim, the GLI still can be had with a six-speed manual.
Reveling in the 819-hp excess of what will likely be the last nonhybrid V-12 Ferrari.
A long-dead name (you may not have heard of) returns on an 1100-hp electric hypercar from Spain.