Tucker 1023 was burned beyond recognition.
Plus IndyCar's safety team and a Model 3 auction.
The 312PB might be the Italian company's best sounding sports cars.
From classic cars to travel and style news, get your daily fix of car culture.
Depreciation is a wonderful thing.
Debunking a gearhead cliche, and better understanding the difference between horsepower and torque.
Plus, possible Mercedes defeat devices, Volvo's first three-cylinder, and the 30th anniversary of the M3 convertible.
Honda was extremely good at building small engines in the 1960s.
Ben Coombs drove his V8 Chimaera for 20,000 miles across 3 continents to get from the world's northernmost pub to the southernmost.
Please enjoy the fury of the Le Mans-winning Matra-Simca MS670's 3.0-liter V12.
The space Tesla has a small chance of colliding with Earth over the next million years.
That includes Lancias, Alfa Romeos, and Fiats, and Abarths.
Bob Lutz thought the rear-wheel drive Sierra could help Ford take on BMW and Mercedes. It barely made a dent.
At the same time as the AMG Hammer, the Mercedes hot-rodders were building this nine-passenger diesel van, the AMG MB 100 D.
We already know the Wrangler is great off road. But it's not the only one out there.
These classics deliver collector credibility without breaking the bank.
Top Gear season 25 premieres next month. Here's what we have to look forward to.
Plus, Toyota/Lexus recalls and Scott Tucker's ten-figure forfeiture.
Infiniti's first sedan might also have been its best.
Two Americans, Malcolm Bricklin and Harvey Lamm, convinced Fuji Heavy Industries to sell its small car in the US. It didn't go well.
This Z3M may looks stock on the outside, but under the hood lies one of BMW's all-time great V8 engines.
So you want to start collecting cars, but don't want to break the bank. Where do you start?
AMG has applied its magic to nearly every type of car imaginable and the results are fascinating, if sometimes totally bizarre.
Porsche never built a super-hot 914 back in the day, so on owner decided to make one himself.