2012 BMW 6-Series Coupe rendering
It's been another great year for MotorAuthority, and we have you to thank for it. Over the course of 2010 we've brought you more than 2,600 breaking headlines, reviews, videos, and photo galleries. Of those, these were your favorites.
We'll be bringing you a few more top lists for 2010 as the year winds down, including your favorite videos and photo galleries, so stay tuned.
We're looking forward to seeing what 2011 will bring and what you'll look at, pore over, bookmark, and share most--and we're excited about being able to bring it to you as it happens.
Thanks, everyone, and happy 2011!
Rendered: Next Generation BMW 6 Series Coupe And Cabrio: Die-hard fans love to get the inside info first, and this preview got your juices flowing. Comparing our rendering to the final product unveiled five months later, it's easy to see why.
2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 Coming Later This Summer: While the arrival of the 6.4-liter HEMI-powered Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 didn't match our expected timeline (it still hasn't come along) we, like you, are anxiously awaiting the on-sale date.
2011 Volkswagen Golf R Preview: The Golf R, VW's successor to the brilliant R32, understandably stirs the soul of a performance enthusiast. Dual-clutch transmission, all-wheel drive, turbocharging--it's like a pint-sized version of the supercars we lust for. With 265 horsepower on tap and 5.5-second 0-60 runs, it's not quite super, but it's definitely hot.
Spy Shots: 2011 Volkswagen Tiguan Facelift: Crossovers aren't interesting? Poppycock, apparently. You loved the Tiguan facelift, though we're still not sure why you loved it so much.
Spy Shots: Euro-Spec 2012 Honda Civic: This is likely an illustration of the adage "any press is good press." Why? Because the beezer on the 2012 Civic is one only a mother could love. The rear deck isn't doing it any favors either. The spy shots captured all of this detail and laid it out before your critical eye, and you certainly noticed. Like many of the commenters, we too ask: where is our Type R, Honda?