When Car and Driver Last released an episode of the Window Shop, England recently celebrated the seven decades of the Second Elizabethan era. But it’s been so long since the August series about finding a car worthy of lust was last posted on the Internet that the Second Elizabethan era has ended. Welcome to the first Window Shop in the new Carolean era, the first under the gaze of the new monarchy King Charles III. Long live the king!
However none of this episode’s panels select the English engine. Pity. The challenge this time was to find that one car or truck powered by an internal combustion engine worth holding, cherishing, and driving when the world—for better or for worse—encompassed a whole bushel of ions scattered around tons of lithium .
CD’this episode’s anointed nobility include chief editor Tony Quiroga III, Her Grace senior editor Elana Scherr, most adored contributor Jonathon Ramsey, young senior editor and heir Joey Capparella, and several men who don’t even work for CD, John Pearley Huffman.
Who won? The Court Jester, who chose the most obvious choice and completely cost the $200,000 budget. But there’s nothing to lose here, as the five machines we feature would be great additions to any royal cage. Also, no turbochargers were harmed in the making of this Window Shop. Go.
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