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2016 Lamborghini Huracan Spyder: Video Review and Road Test

We've already driven and loved the fixed-roof Lamborghini Huracan. But does removing the roof help or hinder this supercar's curb appeal? Join KBB's Micah Muzio to find out.   Read more...

2016 Ferrari California T: Video Review and Road Test

The California T is the sensible Ferrari, an everyday exotic if there is such a thing. In addition to its retratable hardtop, the California T's easy driving manners make it pleaseant to live with on a daily basis. Zach Vlasuk takes this Italian beauty for spin.   Read more...

Previewed on the automaker’s Twitter account ahead of its formal debut this fall at the Paris Auto Show, the long-rumored Ferrari LaFerrari Spider is an even more engaging variation on the original Ferrari LaFerrari Coupe that bowed at the Geneva Auto Show in 2013. Few details about this hybrid supercar have been released at this point – and that includes Read more...

Incentives are typically used to clear out current or older model year cars, but as we head into the July 4th holiday weekend, a number of spiffs are appearing on new 2017 models. Manufacturers are hoping to keep the ball rolling on a record sales year, and the fact that some newly introduced models have rebates is evidence of the shift to a buyer’s market. Read more...

Ever since Fiat’s return to the U.S. market something has been missing. Yeah, the 500 is cute and charming but for maximum Italian romance you need a two-seat roadster. Something that harkens back to rose-colored memories drenched in wind and sun. You need a Fiat 124 Spider. Sold in America from 1968 till the early 1980’s, an original 124 Spider can run Read more...

In a perfect world, everyone would own a convertible at least once. There's something magical about lowering a car's top and motoring down a highway. Heck, even a run to the market is transformed from duty to delight. Convertibles are endowed with a fun, carefree attitude. They prioritize enjoyment over practicality, and often come at a higher cost. Spend a Read more...