Posts From John White

What You Learn After Driving The Porsche Panamera Turbo

Oct 21, 2017

You don’t need to drive it. You don’t need to do a launch. You don’t need to go around a corner. You don’t even need

2018 Toyota Avalon

Oct 16, 2017

Basically a Toyota Camry rendered in size XL, the Avalon is a big Barcalounger of a sedan aimed at buyers who are more interested in

Toyota Gives Its Yaris GRMN The Engine From The Lotus Elise

Oct 3, 2017

As the pioneer of hybrids, Toyota is the quintessential “green” brand. It’s a nice reputation to coast on; once established, it gives the company leeway

2019 Genesis G70

Sep 25, 2017

On a recent Friday morning in Korea, two shots went off within hours of each other. The first, a Hwasong 12 from Pyongyang, soared 478

Don’t Get Too Excited About The Newest Mazda RX-9 Rumors Just Yet

Sep 20, 2017

It seems that every few months, a new rotary-powered Mazda sports car is said to be on its way, and the automotive internet gets all

2018 Kia Rio First Drive

Sep 11, 2017

When Kia announced that it would bring the fourth-generation Rio to the United States, we were rather surprised. The subcompact segment in which it competes

2018 Nissan Leaf First Drive

Sep 6, 2017

After an agonizing trickle of details and teasers, Nissan has finally pulled the wraps off the next generation of the world’s best-selling EV nameplate, the

Porsche Won’t Build Hybrids With Manual Gearboxes

Aug 31, 2017

At one time, Porsche could have been considered the most stubborn carmaker in the world. It built a car with the engine out behind the

Volkswagen Builds Its 150 Millionth Vehicle: A Golf Gte Plug-In Hybrid

Aug 28, 2017

Volkswagen was founded more than 80 years ago. Since then, 150 million vehicles, including icons such as the Golf or the Beetle, have been built

BMW Is Apparently Cooking Up A Competition Package For The M2

Aug 21, 2017

We’ve known for a while that a CS version of the BMW M2 is on its way, and that a 444-hp GTS is possible, but

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