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We test hundreds of cars every year, measuring performance, fuel economy, cargo space, visibility, and many, many other things. These are the highlights.
The electric pickup’s 3.3-second blast to 60 mph takes the record from the 702-hp Ram 1500 TRX and its 3.7-second run.
The quickest car on this list is a plug-in hybrid with nearly 1000 horsepower.
In Car and Driver testing, Toyota's new TRD Pro hybrid pickup was heavier and slower than the F-150 PowerBoost and Chevy Silverado.
Seventeen of the nearly 200 vehicles tested this year accelerated to 60 mph in 3.0 seconds or less.
Our testing team's take on top performers, and those that came up short.
Anyone can build a noisy sports car. But what about an aurally pleasing cargo van?
Some of the cars, trucks, and SUVs on this list have beat their EPA-estimated highway fuel economy by 9 mpg.
From 12.2 to 3.5 seconds, we've tested more than five decades of Mustang acceleration numbers.
Your M550i xDrive was missing some ponies. We helped find them, and the 523-hp sedan is now 0.6 second quicker to 60 mph.
The 5259-pound Jeep riding on 35-inch all-terrain tires raced through the quarter-mile in 12.9 seconds at 104 mph.
An essential quality in a fast car is how quickly it can become a stopped car.