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With muscular proportions and massive power, the 2020 BMW M8 is a bully among boulevard cruisers. Every version of the M8 boasts a mighty twin-turbo V-8 that pairs with a specialized all-wheel-drive system; it includes a rear-drive-only mode that’s perfect for hanging the tail out. The M8 Competition model further maximizes performance with added horsepower, an enhanced chassis, and other bespoke bits. Despite its inherently aggressive demeanor, the M8 remains a pleasant daily driver. Its cabin is beautifully crafted and loaded with luxury features and desirable technology.
This model replaces the BMW M6, which was also offered as a coupe, convertible. Unlike the more affordable but less powerful BMW M850i, the M8 is made for those who desire the full monty when it comes to the company’s M division. That’s why we’d recommend the M8 Competition coupe, because it has the complete roster of go-fast goodies and is better suited to racetrack action than the convertible. Both versions are a serious investment, and those who have the means to buy either can likely afford to load up on the options. However, the M8 comes with a handsome amount of standard luxuries, so we’d be less spendy than most. Besides, the only remaining performance upgrade is the M Carbon Ceramic Brakes. These are built to better withstand track abuse, and BMW says that they reduce weight, so we’d add them to fully experience the car’s potential. We’d pass on the various driver-assistance packages as well as the handful of other options.
Interior, Comfort, and Cargo
As with most BMW M cars, the M8’s interior design and passenger space are virtually identical to the regular models’. Although the design doesn’t strike us as very imaginative, the leather surfaces are beautifully stitched together and the trim pieces are appropriately upscale. Every M8 comes standard with luxurious features that include customizable ambient lighting, a 12.1-inch digital gauge cluster, heated and ventilated front seats, a Nappa leather-covered dashboard, a power-adjustable steering wheel, and wireless charging. Its cabin provides plenty of space for front-seat passengers but makes those banished to the small back seat feel like second-class citizens. Those who want an M8 and need to regularly shuttle more than two people will want to consider the much roomier, four-door M8 Gran Coupe. We managed to fit five carry-on suitcases in the trunk of a regular 8-series coupe, so we expect the M8 to provide the same amount of storage.
Infotainment and Connectivity
Nestled in the middle of the dashboard on every M8 is a 10.25-inch touchscreen that acts as the hub of BMW’s iDrive 7.0 infotainment system. The main display is complemented by a rotary controller and physical buttons on the center console. The interface features crisp graphics and quick responses, but some of the menus are heavily packed and require the driver to take their eyes off the road. Still, the system’s voice commands worked well, and it can even be optioned with gesture controls. Desirable standard features include Apple CarPlay (but not Android Auto), a subscription-based Wi-Fi hotspot, and a 16-speaker Harman Kardon audio system.
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Mercedes Benz S560:
The S560 and S650’s key difference lies with the engine that lives under their imperious hoods. Of the two, the S560 has fewer horses, but there’s more than enough power available, so this is the model we’d recommend for most buyers. Twenty-inch multispoke wheels with silver accents connect the S560 to the pavement, and a huge panoramic sunroof extends over the front and rear seats. Adaptive projector-beam LED headlights brighten the path ahead. The list of standard exterior features also includes rear fog lights, rain-sensing windshield wipers, heated power-folding side mirrors, and LED taillights. Within the cabin, you’ll find heated and ventilated front seats with a massaging feature, along with a Wi-Fi hotspot, keyless entry and ignition, and a heated steering wheel. If you’re using the S560 as chauffeured transportation, the well-equipped rear seat will be a big draw. This car’s second row is heated and ventilated, and it reclines for optimum comfort. It also comes standard with massaging lumbar support, power side-bolster support, and leg rests.
With the 2020 Mercedes-Maybach S560, EPA-rated fuel economy comes in at 16/25 mpg city/highway. The S650 is rated at 13/21 mpg. These cars are a lot less fuel efficient that the Benz S-class; that model achieves mileage of up to 19/28 mpg. Still, the S560 and S650 get better fuel economy than the Rolls-Royce Phantom which comes in at 12/20 mpg. During our time with an S560, we observed overall mileage of 18 mpg.
With both the S560 and S650, you get a cabin that drips with opulence. Luscious leathers and gleaming woods are used throughout, and the interior design is sleek and stylish. These cars have a longer wheelbase than the Benz S-class, and this translates to more legroom for rear-seat passengers. While the S-class provides 34.1 inches of legroom in the back, the S560 and S650 bump this up to a generous 40 inches. The rear compartment comes standard with seats that can heat, ventilate, and massage. Adding the Executive Rear Seat Plus package brings in two folding tables for the rear seats, along with heated and cooled cupholders. This roomier, enhanced rear seat is the main feature justifying the S560 and S650’s price premium versus the S-class. Unless you’re planning on letting a chauffeur take the wheel, we’d recommend sticking with the Mercedes S-class sedan. Somewhat surprisingly, the S560 and S650 are light on cargo space. There’s just 12.3 cubic feet of room in the trunk. With the Rolls-Royce Phantom, you get a trunk with 19 cubic feet of cargo capacity.
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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.
Think of the Toyota 4Runner 2020 as the eccentric that it is: It fits the mold of the modern mid-size SUV in size (two rows of seats), horsepower (270), and cargo volume (above average for its class), but from behind the wheel, it’s nothing like the mainstream family haulers. This body-on-frame off-roader features control feel that’s better suited to rock-crawling than mall-crawling. So if you care at all about how your daily driver goes around a freeway entrance ramp and Moab isn’t in your vacation plans, look elsewhere. But if the gravel roads of your adventures lead to rocks, ruts, or mud, then the 4Runner is your winchline to a better life.
A new infotainment system increases in screen size from 6.1 to 8.0 inches and features Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility. A redesigned instrument cluster now includes a 4.2-inch screen for trip meter and fuel-economy data as well as TSS P function display. Every 4Runner now has two rear USB ports; SR5 Premium and TRD versions get Toyota’s smart key (keyless entry and push-button start). TRD Pro trims offer a cat-back exhaust and come in four new colors (green, white, gray, and black).
The 4Runner’s 4.0-liter V-6 engine and five-speed automatic transmission can team with either rear-, four-, or all-wheel drive. Entry-level SR5 models are rear-wheel drive, while all other trims except the tippity-top Limited model come with selectable, part-time four-wheel drive. Those models have a manually selectable two-speed transfer case with a low-range setting. Limited models have full-time all-wheel drive with a Torsen center differential that can apportion torque to the front or rear wheels as necessary, depending on road conditions and which wheels have traction.