The 2019 Volkswagen Jetta may be the largest, most advanced Jetta yet, but 38 years ago things were much simpler. The first Jetta arrived in the U.S.

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Ford started Detroit’s round of first-quarter earnings calls with the blunt news it is largely getting out of the car business, with only the Mustang and a Focus a few years from now.

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The 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 is the fastest production Corvette ever, hitting a top track speed of 212 mph. This is a remarkable feat by GM, but this isn’t the first time the automaker has wowed us with the ZR1 badge.

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The plan made sense: build the new 2019 Ram 1500 in a different plant so that FCA could keep building the old one while the new factory was retooled and production ramped up.

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Put your foot into the throttle of the 2018 Audi RS 5, and there is a great, glorious engine racket that represents the full measure of the 2.9-liter biturbo’s 444 hp and 443 lb-ft.

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April in Maine can reveal any number of meteorological scenarios. Frequently they involve a late snow that makes folks rue they prematurely unshod the winter tires from their cars.

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Back in 2016, before the Giulia had even gone on sale in the U.S., Alfa Romeo made a big announcement. The Quadrifoglio had officially lapped the Nürburgring in 7 minutes and 32 seconds, a record for sedans.

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Honda may have been one of the first automakers to offer a gasoline-electric hybrid, introducing the original Insight for the 2000 model year, but it hasn’t been as quick to add battery-electric vehicles to its lineup.

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Released in 1976, Aerosmith’s fourth album, Rocks, is considered by my counterparts in music journalism to be the band’s rawest and most influential. The same year, BMW was replacing its company-saving Neue Klasse cars with the first-generation 3 and 6 Series coupes, each a major follow-up and wildly influential in its own right.

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The original Jaguar XJ Series first graced the automotive market in 1968 with the straight-six powered Series 1 luxury sedan. In honor of the flagship’s 50th anniversary, Jaguar released a limited-edition model called the XJ50.

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