For maximum autocross performance in a street car, you need a 750 horsepower NASCAR engine with an inboard suspension.
The automotive and aerospace company also jammed a 7-liter 600hp Hemi into a Jensen designed by William Towns.
A bit of 930 here, a dash of 993 Turbo there, and a touch of RSR equals 420 horsepower in this 1982 911 SC.
There are many reasons why this MG Metro-based Tracer TXC couldn't make it into production. Starting with its weirdo headlights.
Apparently, a fiberglass movie prop from the seventies is not real submarine material.
The US required a passenger airbag on the Diablo. For a few years, that meant a hideous dashboard tumor.
As RM Sotheby's puts it, this ultra-rare Aston Martin V8 Vantage Volante Zagato is "the essence of 1980s machismo."
Hagerty's wonderful time-lapse video series continues with a rebuild of a Holley 4346 carburetor from a 1969 Camaro Z/28.
No wing, just raw power.
The 6.5-liter V12 in the Aventador S is running a little rich, all the time.
It's not just for the extracurriculars.
The Huracan Performante is about 28 seconds faster around the Nürburgring than a regular Huracan. For real.
What do you do when you need a replacement part for one of the rarest cars in the world? Just 3D print it out of metal.
With the 812 Superfast replacing the F12, the last Pininfarina-designed Ferrari has been discontinued.
The number 86 reminds enthusiasts of the time when Toyota Corollas were rear-wheel drive, and fun to drive.
takes you inside the minds of the world's most innovative designers. First up: Ralph Gilles.
Bentley's trainees are already busy learning how to assemble this stubby Spur.
The 44-year-old Slovakian left Skoda's top design position to become BMW's Head of Design under Adrian van Hooydonk.
And it's everything you thought it'd be.
Don't like Golfs? Get a Scirocco! It's just better in every way.
The show car Regera was blue, the first working prototype is red, and now, here's a naked carbon Prince tribute.
BBC's The Reassembler is the best thing on TV right now, even if wrenching isn't quite your cup of tea.