Toyota’s Affordable Sports Car Is Proving to Be More Popular

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Many modern sports cars can be quite pricey, but it’s possible to get a new Toyota GR86 for less than $30,000. It’s a remodeled version of the Toyota 86 sports car, which failed to garner broad appeal thanks to its lackluster interior and powertrain. The GR86’s engine is punchier now, and this car has a sleek new exterior to match its lively character.

The Toyota Supra is another iconic sports car from this automaker. Since it’s the more expensive of the two, it may be no surprise that the GR86 has moved more units. But does a cheaper price alone

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The Ford Mustang Is the Most Popular Sports Car in 40 States

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In the 1960s, the most popular American sports car class was created; the muscle car, also known as the pony car. The term “muscle car” has always been synonymous with affordable performance. Typically a muscle car is a lightweight, usually two-door, rear-wheel drive car with a V8 engine geared for straight-line performance. Examples include the Ford Mustang, Dodge Challenger, Chevy Camaro, and more!

Due to the overwhelming success of these affordable 1960s pony cars, the muscle cars of today are still the most popular type of sports car in the U.S., and according to iSeeCars, every state seems to have

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DRIVEN’s top 10 car reviews for 2022: you might be surprised at the most popular cars (one’s a van!) – Reviews

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The team at DRIVEN reviews hundreds of cars in a typical year and our testers certainly have their favourites. But more importantly, we watch the readership of individual reviews closely to learn which are favoured by readers.

Last year we published a story outlining our most read reviews of 2021, which has turned out to be  big hit in its own right – one of the top 20 most-read general news/reviews stories overall of this year. To find out which car was top, click on this link (although the picture below might be a clue).

So without further ado, we

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Best Cars 2023 | Popular Mechanics Automotive Excellence Awards

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Whether you’re just looking for a reliable car that can get you from point A to point B, a track-day warrior, or even a luxury cruiser, you’ll find it here.


  • Best Hot Hatchback: Toyota GR Corolla
  • Best All-Wheel-Drive Sedan: Subaru WRX
  • Best All-Wheel-Drive Off-Roader: Honda Passport Trailsport
  • Best Off-Road SUV: Toyota Sequoia TRD Pro
  • Best Rear-Wheel-Drive Sports Car: Nissan Z
  • Best Off-Roader: Ford Bronco
  • Best Family SUV: Kia Telluride
  • Best Performance Sedan: Hyundai Elantra N
  • Best Luxury Sedan: Bentley Flying Spur Hybrid
  • Best All-Wheel-Drive Sports Car: BMW M240i xDrive
  • Best Supercar: Audi R8 RWD

BEST HOT HATCHBACK

Toyota GR

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Popular Science Announces The 100 Best Innovations of 2022

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NEW YORK, Nov. 30, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Popular Science announced the 2022 “Best of What’s New” Award winners featuring the most innovative products and technology of the year.

“The ‘Best of What’s New’ Awards are our way of celebrating the most exciting and groundbreaking innovations of the year. These awards highlight the revolutionary inventions that are helping to improve our daily lives, our society, and our planet,” says Rob Verger, Technology Editor, Popular Science. “From the future of air travel to revolutionary skin care products, and from sustainable outdoors equipment to game-changing gadgets, this year’s

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The World’s Most Popular EVs Aren’t Cars, Trucks, or Motorcycles

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our pilot study, we draped a thin, flexible electrode array over the surface of the volunteer’s brain. The electrodes recorded neural signals and sent them to a speech decoder, which translated the signals into the words the man intended to say. It was the first time a paralyzed person who couldn’t speak had used neurotechnology to broadcast whole words—not just letters—from the brain.

That trial was the culmination of more than a decade of research on the underlying brain mechanisms that govern speech, and we’re enormously proud of what we’ve accomplished so far. But we’re just getting started.
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