Koenigsegg Agera review

Named for its founder, Christian von Koenigsegg, the Koenigsegg marque is not well known, even among automotive enthusiasts. The Swedish-based automaker hand builds a small number of so-called supercars each year that post incredible performance numbers with equally unbelievable sticker prices. Keep Reading

Jaguar XK review

The year was 1961. John F. Kennedy was sworn in as president and would both establish the Peace Corps and launch a failed invasion of Cuba at the Bay of Pigs. Alan Shepard became the first American astronaut to ride a rocket into space. Keep Reading

Infiniti G37 review

Nissan’s luxury division introduced what was then called the Infiniti G35 mid-size sports coupe in 2004 as a racier companion to its similarly named sedan. As with the four-door version that preceded it, the coupe was part of the brand’s efforts to move its entire line of autos onto sportier-handling rear-wheel-drive platforms. Keep Reading

Hyundai Genesis Coupe review

While the Genesis Coupe shares names and is mechanically related to Hyundai’s near-luxury rear-drive sedan, it’s far from being just a two-door version of that model. The Coupe is more-dramatically styled, offers an exclusive range of powertrains, carries a far sportier demeanor and costs less than the comparatively sedate sedan. Keep Reading

Honda CR-Z review

Most consumers consider hybrid gas/electric vehicles solely for their ability to consume as little fuel as possible. Honda, however, is reminding the car-buying public that they can also be fun to drive (provided you’re not expecting exotic-car performance) with its new-for-2011 CR-Z hybrid sports coupe. Keep Reading