A.k.a. our dream daily driver.
553 horsepower, 553 pound-feet of torque. Amazingly enough, those aren't outrageous figures in this era of super-sedans—the Cadillac CTS-V has bettered those numbers' since its 2008 debut, for example. But what's impressive is how the new Audi RS7 makes all that power.
An excellent choice for your five-day-a-week car.
Story: Will Sabel Courtney
It’s entirely common for car enthusiasts to have a second car they drive on weekends. Usually, it’s some sort of less-than-practical two-seat sports car. It’s often a couple years old, but almost always well-maintained and extremely well-loved.
But what about the car you have to drive the other five days a week? Those unsung automotive heroes who have to handle the daily grind, who deal with traffic and commuting and hauling friends and family around? The cars who you expect to deal with your day-to-day crap without complaint? Surely they deserve some love. And surely there’s no reason they can’t be entertaining, too.
Just don't call it that. BMW probably wouldn't like it.
If you're in that small percentage of potential BMW buyers who find the 3 Series too small, the 7 Series too large, the 5 Series too plain, the 6 Series too impractical, and the 5 Series GT too, uh, confusing, BMW now has something you might find just right: the 6 Series Gran Coupe.
Viva Las Vegas!
We dig the Audi A7. It's fun to drive, loaded with state-of-the-art tech, and looks sexy enough to pose on Wakiki Beach in a two-piece for the next Sports Illustrated
Fill up your sports sedan between semis.
Here's a little story sure to excite America's three performance-oriented diesel car lovers: according to Car and Driver
, Audi is planning on popping a turbodiesel option onto the spec sheets of the new S6 and S7 sedans.