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When Car and Driver last issued an episode of Window Shop, Great Britain had recently celebrated seven decades of its Second Elizabethan era. But it has been so long since this august series about finding lust-worthy cars on the Internet last posted that the Second Elizabethan era has ended. Welcome to the first Window Shop of the new Carolean era, the first under the monarchical gaze of the new King Charles III. Long live the King!
And yet none of this episode's panel chose a British machine. Pity. The challenge this time was to find that one car or truck powered by an internal-combustion engine worth holding on to, cherishing, and driving as the world—for better or worse—embraces a whole bushel of ions scattered around tons and tons of lithium.
C/D's anointed royalty this episode includes editor-in-chief Tony Quiroga III, senior editor Her Grace Elana Scherr, most worshipful contributor Jonathon Ramsey, young senior editor and heir apparent Joey Capparella, and some dude who doesn't even work for C/D, John Pearley Huffman.
Who won? The Court Jester, who picked the most obvious choice and fully spent the $200,000 budget. But there were no losers here, as all five machines we featured would be fine additions to any royal stable. Also, no turbochargers were harmed in the making of this Window Shop. Go figure.
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