As Ford and GM cut passenger cars from their lineups, Toyota is sticking with traditional four-door sedans.
Genesis has big ambitions for performance models, and potentially race cars.
In Japan, you'll be able to buy a 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder Supra. That won't be the case in the US.
The new WRX STI S209 has the most powerful iteration of Subaru's venerable 2.5-liter boxer yet. It's not the last one.
Thanks to a new turbo running higher boost pressure, the S209 offers 341 horsepower. And that's not all Subaru has done here.
In addition to looking great, the N Line gets you a 201-horsepower turbocharged engine and better handling.
The 350-horsepower Veloster N TCR will compete in the 2019 IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge season.
Ford Performance is officially in the SUV business.
Ford and Chevy's hottest performance cars will likely share a key component.
After what feels like forever, we finally know more about the new Toyota Supra, built with help from BMW.
It's got more than 700 horsepower and a wing stolen from a GT4 race car, but unfortunately it won't come with a manual transmission.
It only makes five more horsepower than the old RC F, but it's 176 pounds lighter. Plus, it's got a big carbon fiber wing.
All the fun of Lexus's V8-powered GT flagship, now without a roof.
What Jeep Gladiator? That would never fit in Tokyo!
You want a WRX hatch. We want a WRX hatch. This isn't a WRX hatch.