Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS, Brabham BT62, Genesis G70: This Week’s Top Photos

The rumor mill has been going into overdrive with news that a Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS is coming. Giving some credence to the rumors is a prototype spied this week of a Cayman even more hardcore than the GT4.

2021 BMW M5 CS spy shots – Photo credit: S. Baldauf/SB-Medien

Another prototype we spied was what appeared to be a new performance flagship for the M5 range. Word on the street is that the car, which will likely be dubbed an M5 CS, is powered by a newly developed V-8.

Brabham BT62 at Brabham plant in Adelaide, Australia

Brabham BT62 at Brabham plant in Adelaide, Australia

Australian motorsport legend and nascent supercar manufacturer Brabham completed work on its plant this week. It means production of the first customer examples of the BT62 supercar can soon get underway.

Bugatti Divo customer car

Bugatti Divo customer car

Bugatti showed some of the first customer examples of the Divo. Considering this

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Best Pickup Trucks: Top-Rated Trucks for 2020

The SUV may be today’s most popular vehicle overall, but there’s no denying the allure of American-as-apple-pie pickup trucks. Thanks to their inherent toughness and versatility, as well as their increasingly family-friendly nature, the top pickups continue to be best-sellers year after year.

Though only a few manufacturers actually make pickups, the models they produce cover a wide range of sizes and capabilities, from basic midsize work trucks to heavy-duty behemoths loaded with luxury features. Identifying the best pickup for your needs can be difficult, even for those well-versed in axle ratios, payload limits, and the difference between conventional and fifth-wheel towing.

That’s why the Edmunds experts rate and review every pickup on the market. Based on our hands-on vehicle testing, we’ve put together this guide to help you narrow your search for the best pickup truck. Please note that, because of the complexity of optioning pickup trucks, the maximum

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The Best Reasons to Buy the sub-$25,000 2020 Hyundai Elantra GT N-Line

The 2020 Hyundai Elantra GT N-Line sports a low, cascading grille up front that’s flanked by long LED headlights. Around back it gets LED taillights, N badging, and a dual exhaust. It looks pretty good, too, in a sleeper sort of way. Here are the quick highlights of this sub-$25,000 good time.  

For 2020, the Elantra GT N-Line replaces the GT Sport, and it packs a 1.6-liter turbo-four engine that’s good for 201 horsepower and 195-lb-ft of torque. The engine is mated to a standard and smooth six-speed manual or an optional seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission that adds at least a grand to the tab. Our tester came with a stick and we were not disappointed.

Compared to the regular 161-hp Elantra GT, the N-Line model adds stiffer springs, sportier shocks, and thicker anti-roll bars to its suspension formula. It also rolls on larger N-Design 18-inch wheels (instead of 17s)

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