From measuring zero-to-60-mph times to blind spots, here's a detailed look at how we test cars.
These in-depth car reviews use the results of hundreds of practicality, visibility, fuel-economy, and performance tests to show how a vehicle stacks up.
The new electric 4-series outruns an M3 Competition to 60 mph, and it costs less.
Although it drops the previous base trim, the GLI can still be had with a six-speed manual.
With only 90 electric horsepower, taking advantage of the plug-in Sorento's EV range requires patience.
The Edge's midrange trim level adds the ST model's aggressive looks but none of its performance.
The most powerful G80 luxury sedan distances itself further from its four-cylinder counterpart.
A redesigned S3 arrives for 2022 with more power, a sharper look, and a reworked cabin.
The first electric pickup of the modern era proves to be a practical workhorse and an impressive bit of EV technology.
Porsche's hot-rod SUV isn't just the quickest SUV we've ever tested, it's the complete package.
The Grand Touring model trades performance and affordability for 28 miles of EPA electric range.
Can a lifted wagon based on a lifted wagon actually do serious off-road things? There's only one way to find out.
Despite slower acceleration, one plastic-cladded Volvo 90-series wagon is better than none.
More power, sharper reflexes, daily-driver civility.
The Lightweight package removes 80 pounds to create the quickest 911 ever.
The plug-in hybrid proves to be the quickest in the Audi Q5 family but doesn't save much fuel.