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Our friends at Flyin' Miata installed a Lingenfelter-tuned LS3 in a new Miata. The results are, predictably, loud.
Roger Moore and Mario Andretti both drove a Lotus in 1977. Maybe you should drive a 1977 Lotus then.
Only 14 McLaren P1 "XPs" were built, and most were crash tested. That makes XP05 a very special car.
Editor-at-large Sam Smith recently spent a few days with an Integra Type R. He loved it so much, he bought it.
Not all cars can reach their full potential with three pedals.
We're incredibly happy these cars exist.
Plus Subaru's birthday, Kubica and Williams, and more...
The legendary rally car has an amazing sound.
Before the Boxster, this was Porsche's entry-level car.
Cars and watches go together perfectly. Here are our picks for the best ways to show off your automotive enthusiasm with your wrist.
Want to play some car video games? Here's where you should start.
This little hatchback wasn't just great on its own—it was big enough to fit an entire second mode of transportation.
Thanksgiving is just a few days away, so we'd like to know: What cars are you grateful for this season?
Under NHTSA's 25-year exemption, these cars can finally come to the US legally in 2018.
Plus cheaper Camrys, IndyCar is excited for Danica, and more.
How is that even possible?
Show up to a meet in this thing, and you'll draw more attention than a brand new Pagani.
The Aussie Porsche factory driver "auditioned" for The Grand Tour. It didn't go well.
Some Lemons are truly Lemons.
The '70s had a ton of fantastic driving machines. Which ones do you think are the best?
If you don't want to subject your nice car to the horrors of winter driving, these cars make great, inexpensive alternatives.
The homologation special is famous for its results on the track. But it actually makes for a damn good road car too.
Plus Takata issues, Danica at Indy, and more
The HSV-010 never got to hit the road, but it did get to race. And that means we got to hear it.
No GPS, no satellite radio, and nation without a unified highway system. Here's how your grandparents did it.
And because it's in a video game, you don't have to worry if everyone is ok.
We're surprised anyone even noticed.
You can now purchase an Aston Martin owned by one of the Beatles.
It's the affordable, somewhat frumpy 2002 you didn't know you need.
These are the things you should have in your car at all times.