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Few automotive creations make us scratch our heads as much as the BMW X6. Based on the X5’s platform, the X6 gets stylized bodywork including a dramatically raked roofline and flared fenders. There’s no denying the X6 looks imposing and masculine, and it backs up that look with solid performance numbers. In testing, an X6 xDrive35i put down a 0-60 mph time of 4.4 seconds, while an X6 M reached the same speed in 4.0 seconds.
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At idle, the twin-turbo V-8 is so quiet and isolated it feels as though it were equipped with a stop-start system. It’s not, and when you flatten the accelerator, the exhaust grumbles, and a few taps of the ZF automatic’s shift paddles later, 120 mph arrives. It’s when the road begins to meander that you remember the Bentley’s weight. The variable-boost steering weights up nicely enough for diving into curves at higher velocities, but a body in motion (approximately 5100 pounds for the coupe, 55 Learn More
Bentley Continental GT
The Levante runs the Ghibli’s relatively small but fiery 3.0-liter twin-turbo V-6 with two horsepower ratings to choose from: 345 in the $72,000 base Levante and 424 in the $83,000 S (not including final destination charges, which haven’t been announced). The latter is a 20-hp increase from the Ghibli S’s output due to changes to the Levante’s intake and exhaust as well as software tweaks, and the factory puts the 60-mph sprint at 5.0 seconds (5.8 seconds for the 345-hp model). The last Ghibli S Learn More
The Shelby GT350 Mustang might be the most fun you can have for under 100 grand. Hell, it might be the most fun you can have in a car, period. Power is plentiful, and the exhaust noise is beautiful. I love that, no matter what mode it’s in, sixth gear is always quiet. It’s perfect for cruising on the expressway. Power comes on harder and harder as the revs climb, and the exhaust just wails louder and louder. I took this car through the tunnels under Cobo Center in downtown Detroit just to hear t Learn More