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Best Driver’s Car: The Good

Fifty years lugging up leaden data hills of comparison tests were finally rewarded with the Pulitzer-worthy November issue. Hats off to Ed Loh and his crew of testers and Hemingway-esque wordsmiths. The drama built steadily toward the ultimate surprising winner, the 2018 Lamborghini Huracán Performante.

Frank Markus’ quotes of the staff’s driving experiences got the gut feel of how

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