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  • Hottest cars at the NY Auto Show 

    Here are some of the best offerings from international automakers on display at the New York Auto Show.

  • McLaren's new 207mph beast 
    McLaren's new 207mph beast(0:49)Apr 18 2014

    The new McLaren 650S has a top speed of 207 mph, and can go 0-60 in under 3 seconds. It cranks out 641 horsepower from its small 3.8 liter turbo-charged V8 engine, that's more power than the 12C.

  • Alfa Romeo is back with new 4C 

    Alfa Romeo is returning to the U.S. market with its new 4C, a two-seater with a 237 horsepower turbocharged engine and ultra-light body for maximum fun.

  • Toyota Camry gets a facelift  

    Toyota unveiled a redesigned Camry at the NY Auto Show complete with new brakes and suspension.

  • Hyundai Sonata: Not a boring sedan 

    Hyundai introduced its new Sonata at this year's New York Auto Show. It has a sleeker, simpler design and the luxurious interior is larger and more comfortable.

  • Corvette Z06 Convertible: A fast drop-top 

    The Corvette Z06 Convertible was unveiled at the New York Auto show and boasts as much power as it's hard-top sibling.

  • Jeep's new ultra-small SUV 
    Jeep's new ultra-small SUV(0:53)Apr 15 2014

    Jeep shows off its new, smallest SUV, the 2015 Renegade, at the New York Auto Show.

  • Driving a $845,000 Porsche plug-in hybrid 

    The Porsche 918 Spyder plug-in hybrid packs 887 horsepower. We were lucky enough to drive the $845,000 monster around the Circuit of the Americas track in Austin, Texas.

  • Audi RS7 'a performance monster' 

    The new Audi RS7 is like its R8 brother but quicker ... and it has four seats. Its 560 turbo-charged V8 has a little heft to it, but its steering and balance are nice and smooth.

  • BMW 535d: Serious diesel performance 

    The BMW 535d doesn't drive like a traditional diesel. It performs just like its gas-powered brethren, but with fuel savings to spare.

  • Subaru Forester: Worth the ride 

    The Subaru Forester doesn't score too many points on its looks, but it wins on pretty much everything else.

  • Toyota Corolla S: Sharp looks, dull drive  

    The Toyota Corolla S looks good from the outside, but the drive, brakes and steering leave a lot to be desired. For the money, you could do better.

  • Driving a 651 hp Ferrari on ice 

    Twice a year Ferrari runs its Corso Pilota on Ice program in Aspen, Colorado. For a price of $11k per person Ferrari owners get lux accommodations, gourmet dinners and private training on an ice track.

  • Mclaren 12C: Near-perfect supercar 

    The McLaren 12C Spyder provides roaring excitement that's easy to live with... at a price.

  • Tesla tops Consumer Reports' picks 

    The Tesla Model S just keeps racking up the awards. But it wasn't the only car to get accolades from Consumer Reports in the magazine's Top Picks.

  • Honda Accord Hybrid: Good looks, great ride 

    The Honda Accord Hybrid looks like its gas-powered brethren but at 47 MPG combined, it is incredibly efficient.

  • A self-driving Tesla from Swiss futurists 

    The Rinspeed XchangE concept car explores all that might be possible to do in a car once you no longer have to drive it yourself.

  • Cadillac ELR: Plug-in luxury, hefty cost 

    The Cadillac ELR is a plug-in that also has a gasoline engine to extend its distance. The car has excellent suspension, decent acceleration. But the $76,000 price tag is a lot for a two-door Cadillac.

  • Sinkhole swallows priceless Corvettes 

    A sinkhole at the Corvette Museum in Kentucky has swallowed eight of the vehicles.

  • Rolls Royce Wraith: Fast, gorgeous and fun 

    The Rolls Royce Wraith is the fastest and smallest Rolls Royce on the market, but it keeps all of the personalized luxury touches you expect.

  • How Chevy Volts are made 
    How Chevy Volts are made(1:08)Feb 4 2014

    GM's Chevy Volt plant in Detroit-Hamtramck is not your run-of-the-mill car factory. The 3.6 million sq. ft. facility with 1,600 workers makes five different models that all come off the same assembly line. Each car travels 16 miles inside the plant before completion.

  • Inside Nissan's 'Taxi of Tomorrow' 

    New features like charging ports and crash-tested passenger dividers makes the new 'Taxi of Tomorrow,' a safer and tech-savvy way to get around NYC.

  • Nissan's Frontier ad is 'deceptive' 

    The FTC has fined Nissan over a 'deceptive' ad suggesting that the Frontier can push a dune buggy up over a steep, sandy hill.

  • BMW M6 is fast, looks great 
    BMW M6 is fast, looks great(1:20)Jan 22 2014

    With a $115,000 price tag, the new BMW M6 Gran Coupe comes with fully adjustable suspension, throttle response and steering and its engine sound is enhanced by the car stereo.

  • Tiny cars flunk crash test 
    Tiny cars flunk crash test(1:05)Jan 22 2014

    Eleven of the smallest cars sold in America performed very badly in crash tests conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Only the Chevrolet Spark received a score of 'acceptable.'

  • Drive the world's most fuel efficient car  

    The Volkswagen XL1 is the world's most fuel-efficient car. It's a plug-in hybrid with a 0.8 liter, 2 cylinder aluminum diesel engine and gets 160 mpg.

  • The coolest concept cars in Detroit 

    The Kia GT4 Stinger, Toyota FT-1, Audi Allroad Shooting Brake and the VW Dune concept cars stirred up a lot of buzz at the Detroit Auto Show.

  • Hyundai Genesis: Lots of tech, style 

    The new Hyundai Genesis promises extra luxury without the burden to your wallet. It has an all-new design, better engine performance and a high-def computer screen.

  • Corvette Z06: Race-bred power 

    GM unveiled the new Corvette Z06 at this year's Detroit Auto Show. The car features 625 horsepower and 6.2 liter supercharged V8 engine.

  • Chevy sweeps Car and Truck of the Year 

    The Corvette Stingray and the Chevy Silverado won Car and Truck of the Year at the Detroit Auto Show.

  • Chrysler introduces a more stylish 200 

    The redesigned Chrysler 200 is better looking both inside and out.

  • Ford F-150: Lighter and more efficient 

    At the 2014 Detroit Auto show, Ford unveiled a 700-lb lighter aluminum body pick-up truck that promises to be more fuel efficient but just as powerful as its predecessor.

  • Ford Focus ST & Fiesta ST: Mucho fun 

    It's a compact car, but the Ford Focus ST has excellent performance with 252 horsepower and 270 foot pounds of torque. What's better? The Fiesta ST is cheaper, smaller and lighter.

  • See the $4.5M Lamborghini Veneno Roadster 

    The new Lamborghini Veneno Roadster made its U.S. debut at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, showing off a super-powered stereo and plenty of muscle.

  • Watch a driverless Audi hit the highway 

    CNN's Samuel Burke takes a ride in Audi's self-driving A7 during this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

  • Take a peek at GM's new dashcam 

    General Motors will be offering a Performance Data Recorder in the new 2015 Corvette Stingray. The dashboard camera technology features high-def video capture, ultra-precise GPS capability and easy video upload for social media.

  • Jaguar's crossover prototype: The CX17 

    Jaguar unveiled the CX17, an aluminum-body crossover concept vehicle, at the 2013 LA Auto Show. And it actually looks like a Jaguar.

  • Lamborghini's sizzling new Huracán 

    Lamborghini is replacing its 'entry-level' Gallardo model with the new Huracán that features a v10 engine, a top speed of 202 mph.

  • The more 'affordable' Maserati 

    The Maserati Ghibli starts around $65,000 and delivers the kind of refinement and fun that you would expect in an elite, luxury car.

  • 2015 Mustang already available -- but digitally 

    The 2015 Ford Mustang was made available to owners of the Need For Speed Rivals video game before the general public could buy it physically.

  • Range Rover: Limo luxury, SUV package 

    The Land Rover, Range Rover Autobiography edition combines the luxury of a limo with off-road performance.

  • Big changes for the Ford Mustang 

    The redesigned pony car will offer better fuel economy, an improved ride and better handling, Ford says.

  • Audi RS5: Speed and style in the open air 

    The Audi RS5 Cabriolet is roomy enough to fit 4 adults and with Audi's patented Quattro system it can take on nasty weather without breaking a sweat.

  • Mercedes brings its video game car to life 

    Mercedes-Benz designers created a life-size replica of their Gran Turismo 6 supercar and showed it off at the LA Auto Show.

  • Mercedes B-Class: Roomy, peppy, sporty 

    The new spacious B-Class drives like your standard Mercedes. It has lots of pep with its 174 horsepower electric motor and goes about 115 miles on a full charge.

  • Subaru WRX: Better handling, no hatchback 

    The new Subaru WRX has a stiffer suspension and more handling capabilities but it wont be available in a hatchback.

  • BMW i3: A fun, spunky electric car 

    The BMW i3 is an all electric car that's taller with firm suspension that makes it fun and spunky to drive and gets 80-90 miles on a single charge. Prices start at $41,000.

  • BMW i8: High-performance plug-in 

    The new BMW i8 is a hybrid plug-in vehicle that has a total output of 362 horsepower and a body that's made almost entirely of carbon fiber.

  • Porsche's new compact SUV: The Macan 

    Porsche unveiled its new 4-wheel-drive compact SUV at the Los Angeles Auto Show hoping it will be the sports car of its class.

  • Range Rover Sport: Refined, rugged luxury 

    The new Land Rover Range Rover Sport hits some impressive performance numbers but still leaves something to be desired.

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McLaren's new 207mph beast  
The new McLaren 650S has a top speed of 207 mph, and can go 0-60 in under 3 seconds. It cranks out 641 horsepower from its small 3.8 liter turbo-charged V8 engine, that's more power than the 12C.  Play
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