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April 20, 2012
Lighter AND bigger. What black magic is this?
A baby luxury crossover you're allowed to hold your breath for.
The 2012 Cadillac CTS proves that it's still entertaining, capable and ready to take on competition new and old. But for $55,000 it's -- and pardon the expression -- a bit rich.
Livio is the latest company to offer a remedy. Its Bluetooth Internet Radio Car Kit ($75, Amazon) links up your smart phone to your car's audio system isn't new enough to offer Bluetooth or an auxiliary input.
Always root for the underdogs.
I'm in the passenger seat of a Lamborghini Gallardo, barreling down a rain-drenched, single-lane road down the Italian countryside, as dead flat and arrow-straight as Kansas but with more greenery; the oncoming traffic is smaller but just as deadly.
We get a peek inside Honda's secret Southern California museum.
We spend a weekend in a $180,000 Airstream Interstate to race $500 cars, and hope the dissonance doesn't explode our heads.
Flawed but beautiful, the Fisker Karma has the motto "form over function" tattooed on its lower back.
Ford's tall hybrid hits the Toyota Prius V bull's eye.