Tag: speed

2021 Porsche Taycan: Entry-level RWD variant unveiled for Europe, Australian launch expected

Rear-drive Taycan reaches Europe and the US with 350kW of power and 484km range, though Australian plans remain unconfirmed. An entry-level, rear-wheel-drive variant of the 2021 Porsche Taycan has been unveiled for Europe. Following its


2021 Mercedes-Benz EQA unveiled, Australian launch mid-2021

All-electric small SUV revealed with 486km NEDC range, 140kW e-motor, GLA-based styling and underpinnings. The 2021 Mercedes-Benz EQA has been officially unveiled tonight, the first of six new EQ-branded Mercedes-Benz electric vehicles to lob before

Porsche Taycan gets a new rear-drive model that’s the most affordable by far

Well, that didn’t take long. As we predicted just this morning when the image of a new, fourth variant of the Porsche Taycan was teased out, Porsche has announced that the EV is getting a

2021 Porsche Taycan’s New RWD Base Model Is Way Cheaper

Porsche has introduced a new rear-wheel-drive base model to the Taycan electric sedan lineup. The new Taycan is powered by a standard 79.2-kWh battery and a rear permanent-magnet synchronous electric motor that makes 402 horsepower,

Peugeot to offer high-performance versions of every model – report

French brand to roll its Peugeot Sport Engineered brand out across its entire line-up. Peugeot’s future model line-up could be in line for a high-performance hit, with news out of Europe indicating all future models

Yes, Rolling Down Windows Can Reduce COVID Transmissions in a Car

File this one under “common sense that has now been confirmed,” but if you’ve been curious whether or not opening the windows in a moving car will help reduce the chance of catching COVID-19, rest

2021 Toyota Highlander Review | Better and now sportier

While the latest RAV4 underwent a revolutionary redesign to reset its look, character and capability, a far more evolutionary approach was taken with its big brother Highlander’s own redo last year. The 2021 Toyota Highlander

1992 GMC Yukon Plays Support Vehicle on Alaska’s Dalton Highway

From the March 1992 issue of Car and Driver. We took a GMC Yukon far north­—north of Alaska’s Yukon River and 360 miles north of the Arctic Circle—as the rescue truck for our stable of

The Time We Tested a Vector W8 Highlights Why We Test Cars in the First Place

UPDATE, 1/18/2021: Vector founder Gerald Wiegert has died at age 76, according to a Vector spokesman who gave the news first to our friends at Autoweek. We’re bringing back this story from 2017 in his

Tested: Five 1992 4WD Minivans vs. Alaska’s Dalton Highway

From the March 1992 issue of Car and Driver. Alaskan’s advice on driving the Dalton Highway in November: “Take spare windshields and tires. Take money. Take colorful clothes you can spread on the tundra to