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Land Rover’s Range Rover Evoque has always been a great looking vehicle. As we head into the 2020 model year, the sharp-dressed crossover continues to look better than ever, and has all kinds of refinements. We already know about some of the exciting plans for the new model, such as a new 48V hybrid option, which should put a little extra pep in the Evoque’s step.
The week that the Lexus LS 500 turned up at our offices for review, Chicago was enduring an awful stretch of winter weather. From freezing rain, to snow and ice, to sub-zero temperatures, it wasn’t exactly the ideal week for driving or taking pretty exterior photos.
Let’s face it, if you buy a Jeep Wrangler, take it off road, and destroy it, you are out somewhere in the mid-$50,000 range at most. If you buy a Lamborghini Urus and then destroy it offroad, you are out at least $200,000 for starters.
The Lexus LC 500 is already one of my favorite cars. It’s got showstopping good looks, a luxurious cabin, razor-sharp handling, and a powerful naturally-aspirated V8 with a sublime exhaust note. But I’ve always had a thing for convertibles.
Reviewing a 2018 vehicle in the closing hours of the year might seem odd, but the newly redesigned 2018 and 2019 Ford Expedition are basically identical, so I figured my thoughts might still prove useful for those SUV shopping for the new year.
We all knew that anything wearing the Mercedes-AMG badge wouldn’t be cheap, and the GT 63 and GT 63 S coupes certainly continue with that trend. That said, they may well be bargain priced for the performance they offer in the 4-door supercar territory.
Just the other day, Lincoln teased fans with the possible return of its iconic coach (aka “suicide”) doors. Now, the tease has become reality with Lincoln pulling the wraps off the 2019 Lincoln Continental Coach Edition.
If there’s one car on the planet that I’ve been dying to get behind the wheel of, it’s the McLaren 720S. Many of my west coast peers have had the chance to drive one, and have had nothing but praise for this powerful, yet surprisingly livable super car.
If I had the time to take a few months off of life and get away from it all, I’d want to do it in a rugged and versatile vehicle capable of providing comfortable shelter, while being able to handle any terrain or climate.
The Range Rover Evoque has remained largely unchanged since its original release back in 2010. If you ask me, that’s because Land Rover got so much right with its original styling that it’s held up all this time.
The thought of SUVs road racing never really crossed our minds until Bentley took its Bentayga SUV to Pikes Peak this year and set a class record up the mountain. Now, Lamborghini has an idea for an awesome looking SUV designed for racing in a single marque series that it plans to launch in 2020.
The new BMW 8-series looks like a pretty sweet ride already, but there’s just something about being able to drop the top while carving corners on a great road. Fortunately, BMW has ragtop fans covered with the new 8 Series Convertible.
Jaguar has announced a new limited-edition variant of F-TYPE, dubbed the Chequered Flag. This car is meant to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the launch of the famed XK120 sports car back in 1948. The car will be offered in coupe and convertible forms, with three engine options.
If glamping is a real word, then I guess gloff-roading is now too, because Rolls-Royce Cullinan is the most glamorous, luxurious, and pampering off-roader ever created. After all, what would you expect from an SUV named after the largest diamond ever mined?