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  • All-new 2015 RC F gives Lexus a performance edge

    All-new 2015 RC F gives Lexus a performance edge

    Lexus has been trying to shave a performance edge into its staid upscale profile since 2007, when it launched the F line of performance cars. The IS F supersedan turned heads, but the advent in 2010 of the LFA, a supercar with a 4.8-liter V-10 engine that hit 60 mph in 3.6 seconds, proved Lexus...

  • 2015 Subaru WRX pushes performance and value

    2015 Subaru WRX pushes performance and value

    Subaru officially dropped Impreza from the WRX name for 2015, and aside from losing the hatchback, the rally-inspired all-wheel-drive compact sedan with the wide body and the distinctive hood scoop remains the best total package for space and sport under $30,000.

  • Limited edition 2015 Subaru BRZ Series.Blue boosts sports coupe profile

    Limited edition 2015 Subaru BRZ Series.Blue boosts sports coupe profile

    When Toyota and Subaru partnered on producing an affordable rear-wheel drive sports coupe, enthusiasts were excited. Take Toyota’s youthful design elements featured in the Scion and pair it with Subaru’s flat-four cylinder Boxer engine and you get an entry-level sports coupe that may attract younger...

  • 2015 Alfa Romeo 4C outdoes the hype

    2015 Alfa Romeo 4C outdoes the hype

    The sound turns heads but the design causes people to stare.

  • 2014 Scion tC makes a case for the practical sports coupe

    2014 Scion tC makes a case for the practical sports coupe

    When Toyota birthed Scion in 2003, everything from its marketing to the design of its first two models, a toaster and a sub, were targeted at younger consumers in North America. It worked, initially.

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