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  1. The Karma debuted at the 2008 North American Auto Show in Detroit, near the onset of the economic turndown.
  2. In celebration of its 50th anniversary, Hexagon has announced that it will cease selling new cars to focus entirely on classic-car sales through Hexagon Classics and the newly formed Hexagon Modern...
  3. The 212 cemented Ferrari’s reputation as the sports-car maker for affluent driving enthusiasts and gentlemen racers. Ferrari produced the 212 from 1951 to 1952, offering a standard version and the...
  4. Caterham Bikes Carbon E-Bike, a brawny carbon-fiber-and-aluminum electric bicycle that looks like a motocross dirt bike.
  5. Supercharged Chevrolet 6.2-liter LS 9 V-8 that delivers 640 hp.
  6. Delivering modern-day high performance while displaying midcentury design, the Icon Thriftmaster ( ) pickup truck is the newest addition to the Southern California–based company’s...
  7. The organizers of the Arizona Concours d’Elegance have huge ambitions for their event, whose inaugural edition was held in January at the Arizona Biltmore resort in Phoenix. “Our goal is that within...
  8. No Contest Though we have been involving readers in our Car of the Year events for a decade, we continue to be surprised by the emotional reactions—good and bad—that certain entries elicit from them...
  9. Familiar Finish The R8, in various variants, has competed in four of the last seven Car of the Year events and finished second each of the last three times after claiming victory at its Napa Valley...
  10. More than Enough To borrow a phrase from the Seder, if Lamborghini had delivered only the Aventador, dayenu —it would have been enough for us. But instead, the carmaker created a roadster version of...