2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS: It Looks Bad-Ass Because It Is – Official Photos and Info

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2018 Ferrari Portofino First Drive: Every Bit a Proper Prancing Horse

Before 2008, no roadgoing Ferrari had ever featured an eight-cylinder engine ahead of the driver, a dual-clutch automatic transaxle at the rear, direct fuel-injection, or a power-folding hardtop. All of those brand firsts showed up at once on the sweet-driving California, wrapped, sadly, in suboptimal styling. READ MORE ››

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2018 Ferrari Portofino – First Drive Review

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2018 Ford EcoSport Driven: Think Small

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If the SUV has become the vehicular avatar of suburbia, then all those hulking Ford Expeditions and their ilk are the McMansions of the highway. But every trend must produce a countertrend—in real estate, that’s the tiny-house phenomenon, whose devotees reject the ballooning size of the American tract house. In the automobile market, one might draw a parallel with mini-utility vehicles, which, even more so than tiny houses, are exploding in popularity. They were the fastest-growing segment in 2017, and Ford has now entered the burgeoning category with the subcompact EcoSport. READ MORE ››

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2018 Ford EcoSport – First Drive Review

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2018 Honda Pilot in Depth: Cleared for Takeoff

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With a high seating position, kid-friendly interior, and vast cargo space, the Honda Pilot has what it takes to win over suburb-dwelling parents. The 3.5-liter V-6 is smooth, powerful, and relatively efficient, and the Pilot offers towing capacity that will be enough for most buyers. Space is plentiful, and the reconfigurable interior provides multiple options for carrying people, cargo, or a combination of both. Active safety tech is affordable and effective, but the Achilles’ heel of the Pilot is its fussy infotainment system, which already feels outdated. Overall, the Pilot may be the closest thing to a minivan without actually being a minivan, and that alone may increase its appeal to buyers. READ MORE ››

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2018 Honda Pilot – In-Depth Review

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2018 Dodge Charger – In-Depth Review

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Have a Peek at the Hard-Core Ferrari 488 Pista Ahead of Its Debut

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Official-looking pictures of a hard-core Ferrari 488 surfaced on the Ferrari Chat forum this morning, giving us a first look at the car that’s set to replace the 458 Speciale. The car looks identical to the one teased in a video uploaded to Facebook by the company last week, so we think this is the real deal.

What Ferrari still hasn’t revealed are any specifications for the top-tier 488, which, judging by the label on the car, will be the 488 Pista (Italian for “racetrack”). A leaked PowerPoint presentation for the car that appeared back in January said it would be getting a Challenge-derived engine capable of more than 700 horsepower, along with a bunch of upgraded aerodynamics. The pictures show air channels, wings, and tunnels everywhere as well as a huge splitter, a big lip spoiler, and a diffuser.

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The interior is pure 488, with added Alcantara and visible carbon fiber. A 488 Pista badge can be seen on the right side of the dash.

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There’s no word on when Ferrari will officially unveil the car, but the upcoming Geneva auto show is a good bet. Stay tuned.

A version of this story originally appeared on Road & Track.

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King of Korea: Kia K900 Lives to Second Generation

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The South Korean car market is marked by fierce loyalty for domestic brands, bolstered by government policies restricting imported brands that have only eased during the past several years. The hometown crowd that packed the arenas to cheer the country’s Olympic speed skaters will no doubt prefer the second generation of the Kia K900, the automaker’s flagship sedan (teased above), over a Cadillac or a Lexus. But will America ever warm to it?

Kia isn’t saying much about the next K900, but this time around, designers from Kia’s California studio had their hands on the car. The current K900, while sumptuously equipped, is a half-baked luxury car without the driving dynamics, standout style, or pedigree required of a car that can cost upward of $60,000. The soft ride and clumsy handling have not been well received among U.S. reviewers. But if the next K900 looks as hot as some of the recent Genesis concepts—the luxury sub-brand of Kia’s parent, Hyundai, which plans to attack Lexus head-on—then Kia spokesman LeBron James might actually be proud to ride in one in public. Last year, just 455 K900 sedans were sold nationwide, down from a very modest peak of 2524 cars sold in 2015. The brand needs such a car at home and in China, where long sedans with spacious back seats are in high demand, but the U.S. market clearly has taken a pass on this offering.

Kia had better nail the redesign as it has with the Stinger. If it does, that would more than make up for the current K900’s disappointing performance. We’ll see it first during the second quarter of this year.

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