Don Groff wanted a V12 engine. He had a pair of Toyota 1JZ inline-sixes. You see where this is going.
Ford won't give the new GT to just anybody. Buyers must be approved. Here's every question you have to answer to be considered.
Don't want to lose a ton of money on your next new car? These are the new car models that hold the most value after five years.
Engineers hope to stave off the death of the internal combustion engine by perfecting the opposed piston design.
Starting in 2020, every new Jaguar will have some form of electric power. To prove it, Jaguar built an all-electric E-Type.
Honda announced today it will take orders for the charming electric car in early 2019—if you live in Europe, that is.
The 505-horsepower Giulia-based performance crossover isn't for everyone.
Now all we can think about is an 18-wheeler with Ludicrous Mode
Rally Sweden gives an award for the longest hang time over a gnarly jump on the Vargåsen stage. It's a fitting tribute to Colin McRae.
Debunking a gearhead cliche, and better understanding the difference between horsepower and torque.
Aston Martin took the roof off its V8-powered stunner to create a near-perfect grand tourer.
How do you make a Corvette Z06 even better? Take it to Callaway for 757 horsepower and an AeroWagen shooting brake conversion.
Your intuition tells you 80-0 should take about 33 percent longer than 60-0. But your intuition is dead wrong.
"We all need a hobby," says Frank Rothwell.
There is no better way to honor Dan Gurney than with a red-and-white Ford GT.
The all-new Ram is here with 12,750 lbs of towing capacity.
Can Tesla's most affordable model kick-start the electric car revolution?
The Vins Duecinquanta makes 80 horsepower, weighs less than 200 lbs, and does 150 mph.
Science proves you can blast away the fog twice as fast.
Some of our favorite cars were the least popular models on dealership lots in 2017.
The Ford GT can change its spring rate, damping and ride height with the twist of a dial. Here's how.
And is too little backpressure just as bad as too much?
There's a very good reason why the Focus RS lost, and we support it 100 percent.
That poor Merkur XR4Ti...