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2021 Toyota Avalon Borrows AWD System From the RAV4

The Toyota Avalon has always been something of a stealthy, value-priced luxo-barge. But it’s never been a vehicle with the means to confidently take on wet or slick conditions—until now. That’s thanks to the new availability of all-wheel drive on this previously front-drive-only flagship sedan. The addition of Toyota’s Dynamic Torque Control AWD system promises […]

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2020 Toyota Camry Is the First to Offer AWD Option Since 1991

Toyota fans, your all-wheel-drive Camry sedan prayers have finally been answered! If you’ve been harboring fevered excitement for a possible redux to the Camry AllTrac since its demise in 1991, you can now order a Camry and its larger sibling, the Avalon, with all-wheel drive. (For the past 18 years, Toyota’s Camry has solely been […]

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The McLaren Elva Is a $1.7 Million Topless, Windshield-less Hypercar

The million-plus-dollar roadster club just got its newest member; meet the McLaren Elva. Named after the McLaren-Elva sports cars designed by Bruce McLaren himself in the 1960s, the new Elva will be a two-seat, open-top hypercar powered by a 4.0-liter, twin-turbo V-8 similar to the one found in the Senna. McLaren says the Elva is […]

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Racing a 2020 Honda Civic Si: Five Fun Revelations From the Track

We recently got to hot lap the 2020 Honda Civic Si around a racetrack—and not just any track, but the Circuit of the Americas (COTA) in Austin, Texas, home of the U.S. Grand Prix. Here are five things we learned from hot lapping the new 2020 Honda Civic Si. BRAKE says the car Think of […]

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2020 Lincoln Corsair Review: The Sleeper Hit of 2020 SUV of the Year Testing

Pros: Sharp interior design Strong engine choices Hides Ford roots well Cons: Gets pricey fast Grabby brakes Overly large key fob The 2020 Lincoln Corsair was the sleeper hit of this year’s SUV of the Year judging. The Corsair (which replaces the MKC) rides on the same new front-drive architecture as the 2020 Ford Escape, […]

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