Here are the five must-read, must-watch auto news stories and videos for Thursday, April 14, 2016.
The largest city in British Columbia is home to an increasing number of young and absurdly wealthy Chinese. And they drive very expensive cars. – New York Times
Two tall, affordable Fiats are listed among the 30 lowest-volume, sub-$100K, continuing nameplates in Canada through the first-quarter of 2016. – Autofocus
Is there any correlation between J.D. Power’s list of the most dependable vehicles and the list of America’s most popular vehicles? Somewhat. Sort of. Almost. – TTAC
If you want to own a 2017 Ford GT, you’ll need about $450,000. You’ll also need to apply, because Ford won’t just let any ol’ possessor of $450,000 drive away in a new GT. – Wall Street Journal
This is GCBC’s ideal @Ford GT configuration. Configure yours here. https://t.co/fpUctq7aXP pic.twitter.com/b2XvDuxRaR
— GoodCarBadCar (@GoodCarBadCar) April 13, 2016
Want more proof that the latest BMW M4 is not the greatest in a long line of successful… er, M3s? Its little brother, the M2, is quicker around a track.