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Car and Driver

February/March 2021
Magazine

This magazine is for automobile enthusiasts interested in domestic and imported autos. Each issue contains road tests and features on performance, sports, international coverage of road race, stock and championship car events, technical reports, personalities and products. Road tests are conducted with electronic equipment by engineers and journalists and the results are an important part of the magazine's review section. Get Car and Driver digital magazine subscription today.

Backfires • The joyful noise of the commentariat, rebutted sporadically by Ed.

A Race Against Time

Every Number Tells a Story • Since the beginning, Car and Driver has supported its storytelling with objective testing. This is the story of how and why we do it.

When Does an $8000 Car Cost $21,000?

Evolution of the Species • A by-the-numbers tale of how EVs are changing the performance landscape.

These Vacuums Suck • Some literally, others figuratively. We put seven cordless vacs to the test to find the best for cleaning up messes in cars.

Clock Doesn’t Lie • How do you make a three-day event driving the newest performance cars on America’s best track as stressful as it is fun? Start a timer.

Lobster out of Water • Exploring the appeal of two similarly expensive but very different ultraluxury cars through the eyes and callused hands of a hot-rodder.

No.14 • Virginia International Raceway’s 4.1-mile Grand Course is America’s toughest racetrack, a thrilling mix of challenging corners and high-speed straights. Going fast here requires power and grip and resilience, plus a whole lot of confidence. If a performance car is hiding any weaknesses, we’ll find them. That’s why we return every year with a new crop of vehicles to run the fastest possible lap in the ultimate test of performance that we call Lightning Lap.

SPOTTER GUIDE

2021 MINI JOHN COOPER WORKS GP

2020 MERCEDESAMG CLA45

2020 PORSCHE TAYCAN TURBO S

2020 FORD MUSTANG SHELBY GT500

THE PACE OF PROGRESS • What we’ve learned after 14 trips to the same track.

MONEY. POWER. RESPECT. • The Bugatti Chiron Sport costs $3.3 million And makes 1479 horsepower. It is Also the quickest car we’ve ever tested.

A Very Different Animal • FORD’S NEW EV TRIES TO CHANNEL THE MUSTANG’S COOL, AND IT WORKS. MOSTLY.

THE WORLD’S STRONGEST TRUCK* • *AMONG STOCK CHEVY, FORD, AND RAM THREE-QUARTER-TON PICKUPS, AS DETERMINED BY ONE FOUR-WHEELED STRONGMAN COMPETITION WITH LIMITED REAL-WORLD RELEVANCE BUT HUGE BRAGGING RIGHTS, WHICH ARE ALL THAT REALLY MATTER ANYWAY.

THE RUNDOWN • An expert look at the newest and most important vehicles this month.

SHARPEN UP

Hot Pocket • Toyota builds a rally-inspired hot hatch and then doesn’t share it with the U.S.

FACE TIME

Seeing Red

CAR 1982 CHEVROLET K30 AND DRIVER RORY IRISH


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 90 Publisher: Hearst Edition: February/March 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: February 3, 2021

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

Languages

English

This magazine is for automobile enthusiasts interested in domestic and imported autos. Each issue contains road tests and features on performance, sports, international coverage of road race, stock and championship car events, technical reports, personalities and products. Road tests are conducted with electronic equipment by engineers and journalists and the results are an important part of the magazine's review section. Get Car and Driver digital magazine subscription today.

Backfires • The joyful noise of the commentariat, rebutted sporadically by Ed.

A Race Against Time

Every Number Tells a Story • Since the beginning, Car and Driver has supported its storytelling with objective testing. This is the story of how and why we do it.

When Does an $8000 Car Cost $21,000?

Evolution of the Species • A by-the-numbers tale of how EVs are changing the performance landscape.

These Vacuums Suck • Some literally, others figuratively. We put seven cordless vacs to the test to find the best for cleaning up messes in cars.

Clock Doesn’t Lie • How do you make a three-day event driving the newest performance cars on America’s best track as stressful as it is fun? Start a timer.

Lobster out of Water • Exploring the appeal of two similarly expensive but very different ultraluxury cars through the eyes and callused hands of a hot-rodder.

No.14 • Virginia International Raceway’s 4.1-mile Grand Course is America’s toughest racetrack, a thrilling mix of challenging corners and high-speed straights. Going fast here requires power and grip and resilience, plus a whole lot of confidence. If a performance car is hiding any weaknesses, we’ll find them. That’s why we return every year with a new crop of vehicles to run the fastest possible lap in the ultimate test of performance that we call Lightning Lap.

SPOTTER GUIDE

2021 MINI JOHN COOPER WORKS GP

2020 MERCEDESAMG CLA45

2020 PORSCHE TAYCAN TURBO S

2020 FORD MUSTANG SHELBY GT500

THE PACE OF PROGRESS • What we’ve learned after 14 trips to the same track.

MONEY. POWER. RESPECT. • The Bugatti Chiron Sport costs $3.3 million And makes 1479 horsepower. It is Also the quickest car we’ve ever tested.

A Very Different Animal • FORD’S NEW EV TRIES TO CHANNEL THE MUSTANG’S COOL, AND IT WORKS. MOSTLY.

THE WORLD’S STRONGEST TRUCK* • *AMONG STOCK CHEVY, FORD, AND RAM THREE-QUARTER-TON PICKUPS, AS DETERMINED BY ONE FOUR-WHEELED STRONGMAN COMPETITION WITH LIMITED REAL-WORLD RELEVANCE BUT HUGE BRAGGING RIGHTS, WHICH ARE ALL THAT REALLY MATTER ANYWAY.

THE RUNDOWN • An expert look at the newest and most important vehicles this month.

SHARPEN UP

Hot Pocket • Toyota builds a rally-inspired hot hatch and then doesn’t share it with the U.S.

FACE TIME

Seeing Red

CAR 1982 CHEVROLET K30 AND DRIVER RORY IRISH


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