Tag: Sport

2016 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Z51

When we first drove the new Stingray Convertible, we found ourselves quite content without the Z51 Performance Package. We wagered that those opting for the full drop-top Corvette wouldn’t have any need for the performance upgrades. Opting for the Stingray Coupe, a car that can live on the […]

NYIAS 2016: Day 2

Day 2 of the NYIAS has drawn to a close. Tomorrow, after dealer previews and some rearranging, the Javits Center will open to the public. Before you attend, here’s more noteworthy debuts straight from the floor. We’re on our way home to rest up for Easter weekend. Stay […]

First Drive: 2017 Hyundai Elantra

The Elantra is Hyundai’s #1 selling vehicle. That means there’s a lot at stake when it comes time to update the platform. When Hyundai debuted the Elantra at the L.A. Auto Show last November, value and efficiency were the focus. This new Elantra packs class-leading technology into a […]

Spiced: 2016 Ford Edge Sport

It was time for some change. For 2015, Ford brought some serious improvement with the second-generation Edge. For 2016, Ford sprinkled in additional features and more standard equipment. The Edge is unique, offering more interior space than most crossovers in its class without stepping into the three-row category. […]

NAIAS 2016 Day 1: The Reveals

After a tumultuous travel day for many attendees, the 2016 North American International Auto Show could have gotten off to a slow start. Despite the frigid morning temperatures, things got heated inside the COBO Center. Here’s our favorite five from Day 1. BMW M2 BMW wowed today with […]

Kaizen: 2016 Nissan 370Z Nismo

Nismo’s approach to the 370Z can be captured in a single word: kaizen. Kaizen simply means “change for better”. In the corporate world, kaizen has become MBA jargon synonymous with continuous improvement as it pertained to Japanese auto manufacturing. As a philosophy, it refers to the practice of […]