Chris Tsui is The Drive’s Reviews Editor. He oversees the site’s car reviews operation in addition to pitching in on industry news and writing his own evaluations of the latest rides.
As it sits, the Nismo Z is a good sports car. All it needs is a manual gearbox and a more reasonable price.
A superb crossover that's good on the daily grind, off-road, and driven for fun, the CX-50 seems to do it all.
Save for the touch controls and a potentially wonky brake pedal, the new C-Class is a wonderfully lavish entry-luxury runabout.
Endearingly wild and wildly endearing, the Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing will go down as one of the last great gas-powered American performance cars.
Delightfully obedient yet furiously unforgiving, the BMW M4 CSL is the sort of car that wakes up every single day and, without fail, chooses violence.
The outgoing Civic Type R didn't need much fixing. Giving it a more subdued design, a proper Individual mode, and, of course, more power, Honda fixed it anyway.
The all-new BMW 7 Series and i7 EV sedan continue on the tradition of delivering an incredibly comfortable ride experience.
Entry-level luxury cars have a certain style-over-substance stigma. The sufficiently luxurious and sporty 2023 BMW X1 bucks this trend.
The Porsche 911 Carrera 4 GTS Cabriolet is a great sports car, even when saddled with AWD, an unnecessary soft top, and some silly stripes.
The iconic red Toyota Crown Comfort is more than just a cab for a lot of immigrants and ex-pats from Hong Kong.