From your bedroom wall to the desktop of your first computer, these are the cars that celebrated big power, big engines, and spectacular performance.
Nothing beats a V8.
Sometimes a lap time isn't the most important thing.
The 90s ruled.
Here are some cool and quirky five-cylinder cars worth remembering.
If you don't want to subject your nice car to the horrors of winter driving, these cars make great, inexpensive alternatives.
Plus Chase Elliott's bad luck, airless tires, and more.
This mild-hybrid 2.0-liter will propel the new E350 to 60 mph in under six seconds. Not bad.
The grand touring experience just isn't complete without a nice-shifting manual between the front seats.
That boxy look has only gotten better with age.
Get ready to cringe.
It's not an AMG. It's not a Maybach. It's not a crossover. It's just good.
The Mercedes hypercar uses two inboard-mounted dampers on each axle. It looks like a crazy setup, but it's got some serious benefits.
The company's just invested $1 billion into electric car and battery production.
It might be a van, but it's still a Mercedes.
The team recently revealed that this power unit is more efficient than pretty much any other gas-powered internal-combustion engine.
The worst kept secret in F1 is finally official, with McLaren dropping Honda for Renault power. Honda will power Toro Rosso in 2018.
Mercedes says this concept does 0-60 in 5.0 seconds, a number that should make Tesla Model 3 owners sweat.
With over 1100 lb.-ft. of torque and a 168 mph top speed, this G-Class is the ultimate in eccentricity.
The AMG Project One has one square-looking steering wheel.
Both are big, V8-powered all-wheel drive luxury sedans. One has slightly more power than the other. Guess which one wins?
...with a little help from a McLaren F1 GTR.
Gene Haas is not thrilled with the gap his team has to the top of the time sheets.
This motor is set to debut in the new CLS, before appearing in the E-Class coupe and convertible.
The news we didn't want to hear has been confirmed.