Jeep Wagoneer S Trailhawk Concept is the One We Really Want

The biggest surprise about a Trailhawk version of the new Wagoneer S? Jeep hasn’t committed to building it (yet).

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Check out the 2025 Jeep Wagoneer S From Every Angle
2025 Jeep Wagoneer S Revealed: Meet the 600-Horsepower Grand Cherok-EV

Jeep’s first global EV targets the largest segment, with impressive performance and range.

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EXCLUSIVE: Ferrari Two-Stroke Opposed Piston Hydrogen Engine

Ferrari continues to explore hydrogen-powered drivetrain solutions, patent documents discovered by indicate Ferrari is looking at a two-stroke 3- or 6-cylinder opposed piston engine powered by hydrogen.

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Lambos Crazy New Engine, Macan EV, Civic Hybrid, and a MINI EV

This week we have first drive of the new Lincoln Nautilus Hybrid and MINI Cooper SE. We also test out the updated Cadillac XT4 and Honda introduces a new Civic Hybrid. Later we discuss the new Lamborghini hybrid V8 engine as well as the delay of the Volkswagen ID.7 and Debuting GTI Clubsport.

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The 2025 BMW 3 Series Is Better And The Same

BMW’s updates for the 2025 3 Series are far from life-changing, but the brand is always working towards improving “the balance between capable and comfortable.”

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What To Do When A Window Regulator Goes Bad

Power windows used to be a pure luxury automotive item, but over time it seems that manual-cranking windows are a thing of the past. Most of us have power windows these days and unfortunately, quite a few of us have experienced the misfortune of having them stop working correctly. You know what we mean, too. You roll the window down and it doesn’t come back up, or you go to roll it down and it doesn’t budge.

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More Powerful 2025 BMW M3 Arrives

BMW, it seems, will keep the M3’s bucktoothed and grisly visage, though it hopes a light refresh and more power will continue to make the current M3 an appetizing choice for enthusiasts.

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Toyota, Mazda, Subaru Developing Engines Together
Chemical Guys Thirst Trap 2-in-1 Microfiber Chamois Towel Review

When it comes to car cleaning and detailing, the drying towel might be the most underappreciated and overlooked tool by the average car owner. After all, you're just absorbing leftover water on the surface of your car. How fancy does the towel need to be? It turns out, not only is there a good variety of drying towels available, but some also perform noticeably better than others. Over my 20-plus years of caring for my own cars, I feel like I have tried every popular drying towel under the sun, from the Absorber to various shammy towels to all sorts of cheap options on Amazon. So, when Chemical Guys reached out to me asking if I would be interested in testing its new The Thirst Trap towel, I didn't hesitate to say yes.

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First Look: 2025 Cadillac Optiq

Today Cadillac took the wraps off the first-ever 2025 Optiq, the fourth EV from GM’s luxury brand.

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Every Photo Of The 2025 Cadillac Optiq
2024 Toyota Prius Prime XSE Premium Review: Pleasure Cruise

We’ve been going about the 2024 Toyota Prius Prime all wrong.

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Covers & All Car Custom Fit Cover Review

A car cover is something I’ve wished I had on more than one occasion. My first car out of high school was hammered by hail and almost totaled, and I had a family-owned car that we stored for several years that the sun took a toll on. We bought our son a Honda CR-V for his first car, and while it is far from perfect, it has been a great vehicle. He worked hard and bought himself something different to go to college with, and we decided to keep the dependable Honda around as a spare vehicle for the family to use. This time, I was smart and got a custom cover from Covers & All.

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61 Photos Of New Rolls-Royce Cullinan Series II: See What's New