It’s a good time to be a GT4 racer. Following factory-supplied race cars for the popular GT4 racing class from Chevrolet, McLaren, Porsche, and Audi, BMW throws its hat into the ring with a new BMW M4 GT4.

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That’s a wrap on 22,000 plus miles of commuting, road tripping, and exploring the path less taken in the wagon version of Motor Trend’s 2015 Car of the Year.

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Say hello to the BMW M8. Although it’s still under wraps (literally), this latest Bavarian beauty was crafted alongside the all-new 8 Series Concept that made its stunning debut earlier this week in Milan, Italy.

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It’s our goal to finish a yearlong loan with 20,000 miles on the odometer. Sometimes a good road trip is just the thing.

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After several years competing in the subcompact crossover segment with the funky-styled Nissan Juke, the Japanese automaker has just introduced the more conventionally styled all-new 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport.

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It looks like BMW’s vaunted “i” division is going to face some intranational competition soon. According to a report from Autocar, Mercedes will unveil a new all-electric hatch concept at this year’s Frankfurt auto show.

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Automakers are starting to bring more affordable EVs to market, but these cars are still much more expensive on average than their gasoline counterparts. And it will take well into the next decade for electric vehicles to catch up, according to new research from Bloomberg New Energy Finance.

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After setting a record lap time at Goodwood, the McLaren P1 LM has finally conquered the Nürburgring. With Kenny Bräck at the wheel once again, the road car lapped the Green Hell in 6:43.22, a new record.

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Quick Stats: Hunter Hayes Grammy-nominated country music singer
Daily Driver: 2002 Mercedes-Benz G500 (Hunter’s rating: 8 on a scale of 1 to 10)
Other cars: see below

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The smallest cars on the road tend to be the most dangerous ones, concludes a new report from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Among 2014 vehicles, minicars had particularly high rates of driver deaths compared to other models, while larger luxury vehicles had some of the lowest rates.

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