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2021 Dodge Charger Hellcat Redeye

What’s wrong with 707 horsepower? Nothing that 797 horsepower can’t cure! That’s a two sentence summary of the Dodge Charger Hellcat Redeye - the most aptly named consumer product since Jolt cola. But...

What’s Wrong with 707 Horsepower?

Nothing 797 horsepower can't cure! Have a look at this beautiful animal. They just dropped it off - and I'm headed out for a drive!

2021 Ford Mustang Mach I

How much is a $60k Mustang worth? Every cent - plus change. That’s not quite what it costs to buy a new Mach 1 - if you don't opt for everything - but...

2021 VW Jetta

Soon - in just a few years from now - VW says it will only be selling electric cars. Right now it is one of the few companies selling cars, at...

2022 Kia Carnival

Minivans are hugely practical, not very popular vehicles. Well, not anymore. They were hugely popular - back in the ‘80s and ‘90s - but that was before SUVs and crossovers became more popular....

2022 Acura MDX

Here is a fun fact: The only new Acura  - besides the NSX supercar - that comes standard with more than a four cylinder engine under its hood isn’t a car. It’s...

2021 Lincoln Corsair

The Ford Escape is a very popular little crossover SUV - but what if you’d like it with more engine - or a plug? And AWD? Maybe a 14 speaker Revel ultra-premium audio...

2021 Audi A7

Audi has announced it will sell only electric cars by the 2026 model year. But this model year, it is already selling partially-electric cars like the A7, which has both a...

2021 Genesis GV80 Walk-Around

Here's a walk-around of the Genesis GV80, which is basically a three-row/seven passenger SUV version of the G80 sedan. Neither of which have V8s, but both of which have something else,...

2021 Toyota Camry

There are fewer family sedans on the market than ever; several major brands - including GM and Ford - no longer make them at all. Toyota still makes one -  and you...
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