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The Powers That Z
The all-new Nissan 350Z packs in a lot of technology at a little price.
The Mutant Monsters
The Cadillac Escalade EXT and Lincoln Blackwood defy descriptionâ€”and, arguably, common sense.
9 Horses, and You Feel Like A.J. Foyt
Competitive karting is CART for the rest of us. And the kids can kick your butt.
Lean, Mean Driving Machine
One part automobile, one part motorcycle. Stir. Then get out of the way.
Thin Car Travels Far
Volkswagen's canoe-skinny mini could do New York to D.C. on 1 gallon of gas.
The Mighty Mouse Engine
Large engines are taxed heavily in Japan, but that doesn't mean Japanese powerplants don't pack a punch.
Gas misers they're not. Monsters and marvels they are. We dissect powerplants from the United States, Germany, England, and Italy to find four spins on the tech of big torque.
Random Questions forGM’s Bob Lutz: On crossbreeding and more.
Turnaround maven (and auto veteran) Bob Lutz took the reins at General Motors last September. His first task: Create renewed enthusiasm for the world's largest automakerâ€”and some better cars and trucks.
The PopSci Car Test: For years, BMW's 3 Series was the fastest gun in town. Now Infiniti and Cadillac ride in.
Preview Drive: 2003 Honda Pilot
Honda arrives late to the midsize sport-utility party, but in the all-new Pilot the company brings a dish no one has tasted.