Hot Rod Dad Bod
14 Cars, Trucks and SUVs With Massive Cool-Dad Cred
If you’re a parent and an automobile enthusiast, you’ve got decisions to make. We’ve recently covered out picks for Family Cars That Are Still Cool and even did a semi-scientific comparison to determine the Best Value Family Car you can buy today. Here are a few more to peruse if you’re not like a regular dad — you’re a cool dad. Cars, trucks and SUVs at all price points that you can cart kids around in easily, but also have enough luxury, sportiness and style to make you look like you know what’s up, whether at the next PTO meeting or in the office parking lot.
Cars and Wagons
The 2018 Toyota Corolla is not a performance car for the people. It's a car for the people that just happens to have performance.
The brand has come full circle: Buick wagons are back.
If you want fun and practicality, don't buy a crossover or SUV. Buy a wagon. Specifically this one.
Earlier this year Mazda announced it was 'moving upmarket.' But what does that even mean? The answer is the Mazda6 Signature.
Volkswagen just announced the changes for the 2019 Golf GTI and even though there's a price hike, the little hot hatch will still be a performance bargain.
Has the G70 got the chops to run with the BMW 3, the Mercedes C-Class, and Audi’s A4? Yeah, frankly, it does.
If this machine doesn’t push the pendulum of public taste back in the direction of the wagon, nothing will.
Trucks and SUVs
More than a rebadged Silverado, the 2019 GMC Sierra Denali aims to be a commanding, opulent, and tech-savvy truck.
Audi redesigned the second generation compact Q3 SUV taking a heap of inspiration from the all-new Q8.
Lincoln Design Director David Woodhouse, during a walk-around preview of the new SUV ahead of the auto show, cited the Hughes H-1 Racer as a particular influence.
It’s a batshit crazy muscle car baked inside an excellent SUV, topped with handling capabilities that would surely elicit an eyebrow raise from even the sternest clipboard-wielding German engineer.
There is truly very, very little to dislike on the XC40.