Road test editor Jonathan Wong took the new Subaru BRZ on a trip through the French Alps. Besides the beautiful scenery, did he like what he drove? Check out the article for full details in his Drive Review. West Coast senior Web editor Davey Johnson took a turn behind the wheel of a properly equipped 2013 Ford Mustang GT, as his article explains. Check out the details here. The Chevrolet Sonic Turbo hot hatch gets an automatic-transmission option for those who want the little performer but aren\'t so sure that they want to have fun driving it. The 2012 Mitsubishi Outlander GT S-AWC didn\'t make many friends at the Autoweek offices. “Refinement is utterly absent from the moment one opens the door,” one editor said. Read the full review here. The countdown to theNew York auto show is in full swing. Chrysler\'s SRT division will show a new Viper, Chevrolet says we will see a new Impala and Traverse, and Mercedes-Benz showed us the facelifted 2013 GLK SUV. Check our New York auto show page now through early April for all of the latest information. IndyCar kicked off the 2012 season this past weekend in St. Petersburg, Fla. There are plenty of new faces and teams to get familiar with, so check out this article for all of the information you need on IndyCar 2012. “Who the hell is Rory Carroll?” was a question thrown around the Autoweek offices last week. Keep an eye out for contributions from the latest addition to the autoweek.com editorial staff. Click here to read Rory\'s introduction. Executive editor Roger Hart discusses a Hagerty Insurance event on the virtues of investing in cars. Often seen, and rightfully so, as a depreciating assets, there are some cars that buck the trend. Click here for coverage from the Amelia Island Concours d\'Elegance seminar. When Fiat bought a stake in Chrysler, many observers recalled past examples of Italian-American automotive collaboration and recoiled. This week\'s edition of Project Car Hell, featuring the Cadillac Allanté and the Chrysler TC by Maserati, reminds us why those memories refuse to die.