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2019 Lexus LC500:
For 2019, Lexus has made the LC500 even softer, retuning the adaptive dampers to deliver an even more buttery ride. Wisely, Lexus left the drop-dead styling alone inside and out, though we wish it had addressed the car’s one major failing: the finicky touchpad controller (it works like the pad on a laptop) for the dashboard infotainment screen.
Perhaps aware of our past criticisms of the first-year LC500’s sometimes choppy ride with its big 21-inch wheel package, as well as its artificial-feeling rear-wheel steering option, Lexus sent us a 2019 LC500 with neither feature for this test. Instead, this LC rode on the base 20-inch wheels—whose Bridgestone Turanza summer tires have taller, more forgiving sidewalls—and lacked the rear-wheel steering. The omissions helped highlight the 2019 model-year move toward greater squish.
The only spicy aspect of the entire driving experience is the naturally aspirated 5.0-liter V-8. Lacking turbocharging and the oft-accompanying surge of low-down torque, the LC wafts up to speed on a wave of ever-increasing thrust. Drop the hammer when the light turns green and the Lexus feels light on torque. As the engine revs climb, however, the big coupe starts to hustle. The delayed onset of acceleration is, like the soft suspension, totally in keeping with the LC’s comfort-focused vibe. Never does the V-8 whip your neck back—that’d be so uncouth—but instead it slowly presses you into your seat with the deft and firm touch of a seasoned masseuse.
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2019 Dodge Charger Hellcat
The 2019 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat is a 707-hp sedan that’s built to bully sports-car owners and shuttle adrenaline-junkie families. Based on the regular Dodge Charger, which can still be had with a stonking 485-hp Hemi V-8, the fire-breathing Hellcat version has aggressive bodywork. Its grille has dual air inlets that resemble devilish nostrils, and its sinewy hood features a prominent air scoop and heat extractors. An assortment of 20-inch wheels are available with sticky Pirelli P Zero summer tires for enhanced accelerating, braking, and cornering.
Without a doubt, the Hellcat’s main attraction is its supercharged 6.2-liter V-8. If you haven’t heard, it makes 707 horsepower along with 650 lb-ft of torque. Still, the ultimate Charger will leave no one wanting for power, all of which is directed to the rear wheels through a quick-shifting eight-speed automatic transmission. A pair of responsive steering-wheel-mounted paddles lets the driver swap ratios at will.
Drivers must carefully apply the gas pedal to maintain traction, and the ride quality suffers from a stiff suspension and large wheels. Its relaxed steering and heavy curb weight make it more of a drag-strip star than a racetrack warrior.
Inside, the SRT Hellcat shares the same design and passenger space as tamer Chargers. However, it has a slew of desirable standard features and some personalized options. Every Charger SRT Hellcat includes a 200-mph speedometer, heated and ventilated front seats wrapped in leather, and an excellent 8.4-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Want to rock out while doing massive burnouts? Dodge offers a thumping 19-speaker Harman/Kardon audio system. Among the few optional driver assists are blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and rear parking sensors.
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Porsche 911 GT3:
Every Porsche 911 GT3 interpretation possesses a naturally aspirated 4.0-liter flat-six that makes between 500 and 520 horsepower as it shrieks to a 9000-rpm redline. Its rear-mounted engine drives the back wheels through a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission or an optional six-speed manual. Despite these racecar-like numbers and its sharper handling, the GT3 RS was just as comfortable to drive as the lesser GT3, which is surprisingly compliant. Every model benefits from near telepathic steering and more body control than a professional belly dancer.
Inside the GT3’s high-visibility cabin is the 911’s familiar styling, which includes a simplistic dashboard and an iconic gauge cluster with five circular modules. While the regular 911 can theoretically seat four, the GT3 removes the rear jump seats to save weight. The standard front sport seats have power adjustments, but the optional carbon-fiber full buckets weigh less and support more. These upgraded thrones are standard on the GT3 RS, but they can be swapped for the more adjustable seats at no cost. Of course, the GT3 can be personalized with countless options. And for those unimpressed by the non-RS’s rear wing, it can be deleted with the Touring package.
The GT3 Touring isn’t for the faint-hearted either – or should that be faint of wallet – despite being a slightly more sane variant than its nastier sibling. Pricing starts from $326,800 before on-road costs, you see. You do get a lot of power for your money, though.
The 4.0-litre flat-six engine is a masterpiece, perhaps more appealing for its lack of turbochargers, and despite that lack of forced induction, its outputs are prodigious: 368kW and 460Nm revving to a screaming 9000rpm.
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The seventh-generation Dodge Charger has been around for close to a decade, and the profile of the Charger has become a well-known one on America’s roads. To mix things up for 2020, Dodge decided to widen the Charger SRT Hellcat with a Demon-inspired widebody kit that sees the fenders being stretched out further than an eighteen-year-old metalcore fan’s earlobes, accompanied by a number of suspension improvements in the form of Bilstein dampers with three-mode adaptive damping, as well as wider wheels and tires. This combination of upgrades helps the 2020 Charger Hellcat corner better than ever before and goes a long way to keep the aging seventh-gen platform relevant.
Charger continues to offer something for everybody: Legendary performance, versatility and stylish good looks. For 2020, Dodge offers a new, aggressive Widebody exterior for Charger SRT Hellcat (standard) and Charger Scat Pack (available). With decades of Dodge muscle-car heritage preceding it, the 2020 Charger carries on the brand’s heritage of vehicles that are built for performance.
- New Widebody exterior with integrated fender flares that add 3.5 inches of body width
- Standard on Charger SRT Hellcat
- Available on Charger Scat Pack
- New exterior colors available (Black Eye, Sinamon Stik, Frostbite)
- New HEMI® fender badges, standard and Blacktop on R/T
- New Blacktop grille badge finish
- Updated SRT fender, grille and decklid badge finishes
- New standard and Blacktop wheels for SXT AWD
- New standard and optional wheels for GT and R/T
- New standard wheel for Scat Pack and optional wheel for Scat Widebody
- New standard and optional wheel for SRT Hellcat Widebody
- Optional Carbon Fiber bezels packaged with Dynamica suede headliner
- New Caramel color Nappa/Alcantara Leather interior on all Plus packages
- New full leather flat bottom performance steering wheel on all handling packages
- New interior IP badging on SRT Hellcat models
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Merging a sturdy chassis and typical Lexus luxury, the GX is a mountain climber in a three-piece suit. A 301-hp 4.6-liter V-8, a six-speed automatic, and a four-wheel-drive system with a locking center differential are all standard and provide the GX its off-road credentials. Inside, plush seats, an 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system, and a power-adjustable steering wheel are standard; adaptive cruise control and automated emergency braking are optional on the top Luxury trim.
Under the Lexus glitz, the GX is most closely related to the Toyota 4Runner—ladder frame, live rear axle, and all—but with a V-8, standard third row, four-wheel drive, and luxury accoutrements. A Toyota in a tux, if you will. It really hasn’t changed much since it first slithered out of the primordial soup as a 2003 model GX470. There’s some new technology, namely updated safety and infotainment items, but it’s still the same basic creature. Well, plus a distinctive, bigger-than-life spindle-shaped grille that arrived with the 2014 model and looks like it might just swallow whatever gets in its way.
This Lexus SUV isn’t the ride you’d choose to hustle down a twisty road or to maximize fuel economy. (We averaged 17 mpg, and we recorded 22 mpg in our 200-mile test at 75 mph.) In our experience, it doesn’t encourage spirited driving. For one thing, the steering lacks good communication skills. The brake pedal is mushy at the top of travel; even though we didn’t experience any fade during our testing, hyperactive ABS intervention led to some pretty long stopping distances from 70 mph. While the tall 265/60R-18 mud-and-snow tires are just what you’d want for poor traction situations, on a dry road there isn’t an abundance of lateral grip. The tall body sits atop a rugged ladder frame, and occupants feel the chassis rocking from side to side on curves and pitching fore and aft with throttle and brake applications. In this case, dive, squat, and roll are not Olympic events. But the GX’s ride is comfortable, absorbing harsh impacts well. A three-position switch offers Normal, Sport and Comfort settings for the available adaptive dampers that provide slight but detectable changes in ride quality.