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The 2015 Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG Coupe gets a V12 delivering more than 600 hp.

2015 Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG Coupe tops halo lineup


Is the S63 AMG Coupe not enough for you? Here's your ride.The S65 AMG Coupe is the S-class coupe range's new 12-cylinder crown. The AMG 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 cranks out 621 hp and 738 lb-ft of torque. AMG boss Tobias Moers says some of his customers will ONLY buy V12s from him. This coupe is for them. It follows the S65 AMG and the SL 65 AMG. Mercedes likes to point out that no other automaker worldwide offers as large a portfolio of 12-cylinders. The V12's horsepower and torque are good enough to propel the car to 60 mph in four seconds flat. Top speed is electronically limited to 186 mph. The 7G-Tronic trans offers controlled efficiency (including stop/start), sport and manual modes. We haven't driven the big coupe yet, but based on the other AMG Ss we've tried, we expected effortless and smooth power.Mercedes' Ma

Mitsubishi owners -- like this one -- gathered last Saturday to celebrate the Diamond Star.

Celebrating Mitsubishi ... mostly the Evo


Is Mitsubishi going to come back better than ever or has it over-revved its corporate four-banger and sent a rod through its corporate head? Depends how you look at it. If you made your judgment solely by spending last Saturday at the Mitsubishi Owner's Day at company headquarters in Southern California, you'd think this carmaker was the greatest thing since overhead valves and forced induction. That's because the annual Mitsubishi Owner's Day (MOD as the free T-shirts called it) was a glorious fan-based love sploot to the Diamond Star logo from over 3,000 (or so) fans and their customized Evos, Evos and more Evos -- along with a handful of Starions, Eclipses, 3000GTs and one each iMiEV and L300 van. There was thumping club music, free In-N-Out burgers and more enthusiasm for this car, truck and SUV maker than many attendees prob

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The 2015 Hyundai Sonata Eco may be the most fun to drive.

2015 Hyundai Sonata Eco First Drive


What is it?“Eco” is one of three available powertrain options for the all-new 2015 Hyundai Sonata midsize sedan, an almost perfunctory green-oriented trim level in a segment rife with competition. It may also be the best Sonata model to buy.Hyundai's redesigned Sonata has some big shoes to fill. The previous Sonata, internally dubbed the YF model, put Hyundai's midsize offering on the map. It sold a healthy 200,000 units a year -- and could have sold more if Hyundai's Montgomery, Ala., plant had any additional capacity. Yet the midsize competition is stiffer than ever, with great offerings coming from most every company. Even the once bottom-of-the-barrel Chrysler 200 is now a viable midsize option.With such a saturated segment, it comes as little surprise that Hyundai is offering an Eco mo

Smile-inducing looks, but lacking in driver involvement.

2014 Volkswagen Beetle GSR review notes


SENIOR MOTORSPORTS EDITOR MAC MORRISON: Yeah … I don't exactly get the 2014 Volkswagen Beetle GSR, but not because I wouldn't smile and welcome a modern Super Beetle. In fact, I wouldn't trust a person who wouldn't welcome a new Super Beetle, but this GSR isn't it. OK, maybe it is by numbers -- it's quicker than the outgoing GTI --but rather it doesn't feel quite right.The Beetle GSR has more power than that GTI, a big rear spoiler, flat-bottomed steering wheel, retuned suspension, 19-inch wheels, racing stripes, an onboard timer, boost gauge, excellent sport seats … but the floppy pedals and shifter, the light steering somehow manage to make it feel marginally sporty at best. It handles reasonably well and doesn't get upset when you toss it around like a fool, but I didn't find a lot of joy in doing so simply because my connection with the chassis and the driving interfaces disappointed me quite a lot.The good news is that, as always, VW's EA888 turbo four remains one of my favorite real-world engines, with fun pep and reasonable