It's a Nurburgring Edition painted in orange with just 1600 miles on the clock. It looks to be just about flawless.
The W12 engine found in the newly unveiled A8 will not be replaced next generation.
Sports cars are fun, yes. But sometimes it's nice to cruise around in ultimate comfort.
Only a handful of Guará Barchettas exist. This one's for sale.
The 700- horsepower top-tier Shelby is set to be revealed sometime in 2019.
You have all sorts of options to choose from for traveling long distances. Which car would you pick?
These cars would be so great rendered in plastic bricks.
If somehow the regular 600 isn't enough for you, this limousine version is for sale.
The beauty of Wankel's design shown in super slow-motion.
The modern Golf GTI has become a behemoth compared to the original. The new Up! GTI is much more akin to its ancestors.
Continuously variable transmissions are great for efficiency, but for accelerating from a stop, its a solid gear you want.
LEGO has created lots of cool sets based on our favorite cars. Which one do you think deserves the brick treatment most?
You could go rallying with a Subaru WRX or a Ford Fiesta, but why would you when you could use a Ferrari 308 instead?
This is something that exists.
That didn't take long.
Performance isn't everything.
If you don't like the cramped space of the normal hardtop (or the upright softop), this is the Miata upgrade for you.
The Corvette-based Geneva star doesn't disappoint in the noise department.
The new BMW i3S is a formidable autocrosser disguised as an economical EV.
Ward, founder of Icon 4x4, has too many projects on his plate as it is. He's passing this one onto a buyer that'll do it justice.
Can't swing a two-door, rear-drive GT car? The new M5 is the perfect solution.
Harsh weather is perfect for discovering weak points in new cars, this way customers don't have to.
Just because some cars aren't performance-oriented doesn't mean they're not cool.
Because you don't necessarily need a V8 to have a car that sounds amazing.
CEO Andy Palmer confirmed there is another hypercar in the works, aimed at the LaFerrari and McLaren P1.
It certainly stands out.
Rimac's in-car fire extinguisher has a nice little easter egg printed on its tie-down strap for The Grand Tour host.
Carmakers are putting six-pot engines into lots of cars these days. Which one do you think sounds the best?
Yes, that means it'll be faster than the 243-mph F1.