Chris Perkins

Weekend Editor

Chris Perkins is the Weekend Editor for Road & Track magazine. Previously, he wrote for Mashable and Jalopnik and spends most of his time daydreaming about old Porsches.

A 12-Liter WWI Aircraft V8 Makes a Perfect Race-Car Engine

Hispano-Suiza's V8 was a 300-hp game-changer in 1915. Today, it lives on in a ripping race car.

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The GTC4Lusso is a Ferrari Enzo Himself Would Have Loved
A snow-covered trip to Quebec proved that the 680-horse, four-seat, all-wheel drive Lusso has the qualities Enzo loved in his personal …
Is Nissan Partnering With Mercedes on a New Z? Depends Who You Ask

Rumors of Nissan and Mercedes working together on a rear-drive sports car are delicious, but not confirmed.

Cadillac Will Make a Baby Sedan That'll Lap the 'Ring Quicker Than Its Competition

Cadillac might have to build crossovers to succeed, but it's not giving up on sports sedans.

Here's Your First Look at the 2020 Ford Bronco

Ford teased the upcoming Bronco with this image of a boxy, upright 4x4, along with plenty of news about other future products.

15 Cars That Should Absolutely Be Turned Into LEGO Kits

These cars would be so great rendered in plastic bricks.

Which Super-Wagon Is Quicker?

When the Mercedes-AMG E63 S Wagon and Porsche Panamera Turbo Sport Turismo square up, there are no losers.

Audi Might Not Build a Successor to the Current R8
Peter Mertens, head of R&D at Audi, says there might not be a third-gen R8. But we don't think you should worry about the next entry-le…
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Here's Why You Don't See Many Front-Engine Boxer-Powered Cars

Ever wonder why Porsche never put a flat-six in its front-engine cars? There's a good reason why.

2019 Toyota Supra: What We Know So Far

Toyota is bringing back the beloved Supra, with help from BMW. Here's what we know about it.

14 of the Most Unlikely Rally Cars

You could go rallying with a Subaru WRX or a Ford Fiesta, but why would you when you could use a Ferrari 308 instead?

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This 1970 360 Van Reminds Us of Subaru's Humble Early Days

Subaru wasn't always family-friendly wagons and rally sedans.

How to Watch This Year's Sebring 12 Hours

It's one of the toughest endurance races of the year. Here's where you can see it all.

You Can Order a New Cizeta V16T Right Now

Sell your house. You need a transverse-engine 16-cylinder supercar today

Aston Martin Might Bring Back Straight-Sixes Courtesy of Mercedes

The 430-hp six in the Mercedes-AMG 53-Series might find its way under the hood of the Vantage.

Lamborghini Might Build an Aventador With Performante-Style Active Aero

But, don't expect it to be called an Aventador Performante.

How Land Rover Classic Created the Ultimate Defender

If you wanted to build the perfect Defender, it'd probably look a lot like the Defender Works V8.

Why It Took So Long For Toyota and BMW’s Partnership to Get Going

The partnership was announced nearly six years ago. We're finally starting to see the fruits of the relationship.

Here's What Makes the Ferrari 488 Pista a Monster

Michael Leiters, Ferrari's chief technical officer, gave us the rundown of all the changes made to create the 488 Pista.

The 2019 Toyota Supra Will Sort Of Be the Turbo 86 You've Always Wanted

The man behind the 86 is in charge of the Supra. And yes, he's heard your calls for more power.

Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo Is Your Electric Porsche All-Road Wagon Concept

A high-riding hatchback with black plastic fender flares? This is what it looks like when Porsche does an Outback.

The Toyota Supra Is Back

This is yet another concept, but the famous name is back and a production car is on the way.

2019 Bugatti Chiron Sport: Lightweight and Tuned to Handle

Stiffer suspension and a torque-vectoring differential should make this Chiron even sweeter on twisty roads.

The Jaguar XJR-15 Is a Genuine Street-Legal Race Car

Jaguar's forgotten supercar is a monster.