I spotted this BMW i3 while walking home from work yesterday. Notice anything unusual about it? Yeah, okay, the whole car's a little funky looking, real original there, Don Rickles. No, what caught my eye were the wheels—notice how the front and rear wheels are pointed in opposite

Last fall, I had an opportunity to drive a 1992 Mercedes-Benz 300E, a modern classic about which I, perhaps a bit grandiosely, concluded, In many ways, the 300E feels a lot like a modern car, and to Mercedes’ credit, a very good, very expensive modern car

This is the new 2018 Buick Regal TourX: [caption id="attachment_982" align="aligncenter" width="1280"] Whee. (Photo: Buick)[/caption] It's the first Buick wagon since 1996, when the last faux-woodgrain adorned Century and Roadmaster wagons plodded off the assembly lines and into America's slow lanes. It's also trying to pretend it's

I was more than a little disturbed to see this assertion from Alfa Romeo pop up in my Twitter feed recently: The purest #AlfaRomeo driving experience, now extended. Discover #Stelvio's spaciousness and payload capacity at https://t.co/OvBj48EyKNpic.twitter.com/gyodQExenC — Alfa_Romeo (@alfa_romeo) March 28, 2017