Mad dogs and Englishmen in the mid-day sun.
Articles By: Brendan McAleer
The Maple Leaf at the pinnacle of motorsport.
You spin me right ’round.
Big boots to go with a heavy right foot.
Heyyy the magic Bus.
None more mainstream
Brendan picks his best drives of 2016
Pacific rim passion
It’s 2016 – surely we should have flying cars by now
Blue oval blitzkrieg bop
All Accord-ing to plan
Scoring the imitation game
They live again
Herbie the Love Bug versus the Nazis
Jolly well ridiculous
Run to the hills
The awakening dragon.
World’s most powerful Golf made in Canada.
Happy 100th birthday BMW – we baked you a cake, and it’s round with blue-and-white frosting.
Pancakes that sell like hotcakes.
Best of the few remaining purist’s choice RWD cars.
Itty-bitty city wheelies.
Mercedes takes its styling panache to the high seas.
Do. A. Skid.
One does not sail a yacht by oneself.
Lamborghini gets into the business of making the old new again.
Surround yourself in automotive history.
I think the road is over – I see skiers ahead.
Lamborghini has evolved from making coarse, raucous V12 supercars to making coarser, more raucous and wildly styled supercars.
These cars made history on the road before they made history on the auction block.
Ephemeral as a soap bubble.
In the rarefied air of super-luxury machines, Rolls-Royce announces the end of this Phantom generation, while Bentley reveals an updated Mulsanne line.
We highlight a few of Canada’s top automotive photography talents and their stunning work.
Chasing down the history of GM’s legendary pony car.
Thirty-year time capsule
The last samurai.
A glimpse at the everyday future.
It was the most unsubtle of beginnings…
Nerrrrrrrds! Cars that mattered to the average consumer made a big splash at the LA Auto Show.
These are our top picks for hauling home the goods on marathon Black Friday shopping sprees.
GT-R for the whole family.
CX-9 joins the rest of the Mazda family with Kodo Design and Skyactiv tech, plus the first Skyactiv Turbo!
On its 45th anniversary, we take a look at Japan’s version of Hot Wheels. Predictably, things get weird.
A being of pure light.
The best Bento boxes and Tomica trucks.
As the pan-pacific Japanese car-culture cult classic celebrates its twentieth anniversary, we look at its finest machines.
The weirdest stuff is still outside.
Three concepts show off Toyota’s wow factor, while Prius and Mirai point to the more practical future.
Fuel-cell power and new styling touted for Lexus’ flagship.
All-electric hatchback features 60kWh battery pack, suite of intelligent driving features.
Sleek coupe concept promises a return to rear-drive, rotary power.
The colour of speed.