A city car doesn't have to be a dull piece of metal that sucks the life out of you.
All with video to back them up, these are some of the quickest production cars to ever lap Germany's most famous, difficult track.
This is how an icon evolves.
Only seven will be made.
Joining the Veneno and the Sesto Elemento in sheer Lambo craziness.
With the heart of an M4 and a manual gearbox, it's a shame this is only a concept.
There's no school like old school.
All Rolls-Royce models will have the new aluminum underpinnings by 2018, except the Phantom Dropheads and Coupes. Sad.
It's nearly a foot longer and all that space goes to the rear passenger.
There are currently no manual Huayras, but that could change. Don't expect there to be a lot of them, though.
Built by SpeedKore, this Pro Touring Charger hosts an astounding attention to detail.
Yes, it's got twin turbos AND a supercharger.
Just because an automaker builds a great car, it doesn't automatically mean people will buy it. And that's unfortunate.
New technology recognizes the smartphone in your pocket, meaning you'll never have to carry a key fob again.
This has to be some kind of a snowboarder lap record.
License to kill probably not included.
But this Wald International body kit is awesome just the same.
Lexus made some unconventional choices to make sure this hybrid performance coupe doesn't feel like a Prius.
Could this be our first look at the limited-edition hypercar meant to celebrate Lamborghini's 50th anniversary?
Because if it does, damn, does it look good.
The Swedish supercar maker ends the Agera era with one last model that's sure to be ridiculous.
While horsepower tends to get all the love, torque is the real power number you want to know.
Leaked ahead of its Geneva debut, these photos give us a glimpse of the newest full-sized Volvo wagon.
The three-host format is no more.
Ride along as 2016 Bathurst 12 Hour race winner Shane Van Gisbergen laps the 3.8 mile Mount Panorama Circuit in just 2:01.286.