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

It makes all the expected, Germanic noises as you get in—the click of the door handle, the creak of the hinge, the insistent buzzer telling you that the key is in the ignition, your pants squeaking over the vinyl bolsters and into the corduroy hug

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

What is it about a coupe? One with genuine, if not expansive, room for four, performance sufficient for comfortable travel at any legal speed, superb outward visibility with which to see and be seen, and elegant style that draws attention—but the kind that draws you in,