Car and Driver, July/August 2022 Issue

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Photo credit: Car and Driver


Editor's Letter: When Crossing the Country by Car, Choosing the Right Dog and Car is Crucial
In which our editor-in-chief and his recently blind dog travel 2200 miles by 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera.
By Tony Quiroga

Keep on Truckin' (Everybody Else Is)
We're approaching the point where all cars are trucks. The designers responsible for the Volvo V90 wagon have some theories as to why.
By Ezra Dyer

Why Can't Smart Cars Do Anything About the Sun In Your Eyes?
Throwing shade at today's vehicles—they can connect to your phone, your home, and your local restaurant, but they can't do this one simple thing.
By Elana Scherr


Photo credit: Hyundai
Photo credit: Hyundai

⬆︎2024 Hyundai Ioniq 6 Revealed, Looking Like the Future
The Hyundai Prophecy concept hinted at EV design to come. Do its predictions come to pass in the new Ioniq 6 electric sedan that will start production next year?
By Matthew Askari


Car Companies Have an Interesting Way to Cater to Aging Drivers
America has never been grayer, or more active. How are car companies adapting?
By Michael A. Clinton

You Car What You Eat
Since you can’t park in your kitchen, we taste-tested some edible autos. Enjoy the carcuterie!
Elana Scherr

I Delivered Ukraine Aid Supplies on One Very Long Night In One Very Ordinary Dacia Minivan
C/D contributor Jonathon Ramsey traveled from Warsaw all around Poland in a borrowed Dacia Jogger minivan to deliver medicine and supplies to Ukraine refugees.
By Jonathan Ramsey

⬆︎Design Rejects: BMW E34 M5 Convertible
A 5-series that never saw the light of day.
by Brett Berk


Tested: 2023 Ford F-150 Lightning is Silent and Violent
Is a brutish pickup what it will take to drag the U.S. into an electric era?
By Dave VanderWerp

Photo credit: Marc Urbano - Car and Driver
Photo credit: Marc Urbano - Car and Driver

⬆︎Comparison Test: A Quartet of Performance Coupes
These 2-door joy rides—2022 BMW M240i xDrive, 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1, 2023 Nissan Z Performance, and 2022 Toyota GR Supra 3.0 Premium—prove that driving fun is not dead. Far from it.
By Dan Edmunds