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The 2022 Acura MDX is finally here and, to the surprise of absolutely nobody, the new three-row luxury SUV looks nearly identical to the prototype that broke cover earlier this year. That means the 2022 MDX is longer, wider, and more spacious than the car it replaces. Tap for the full story.
For its Bolide, Bugatti reworked its famous 8.0-liter 16-cylinder engine to produce 1,825 hp and 1,364 lb-ft of torque. This mill propels the track star to a top speed of well over 310 mph, meaning it blends the athleticism (and then some) of the Divo with the top-speed heroics of the Bugatti Chiron (again, and then some). Tap for all of the details and specs.
We recently circled back and spent a few days driving the new 2020 Mercedes-AMG GT R Roadster—the first time the GT R has come in droptop form—to see if the model, either coupe or convertible, still impresses and appeals to us as much today as it did then. Tap for five reasons the answer is an unequivocal, "Hell, yes!"