You don't want to be in the driver's seat when visiting these cities.
There are countless different car museums scattered throughout the world. Which one do you think is best?
With a new Bronco finally on its way, it's a great time to revisit its near-30-year-old predecessor.
In 1993, the all-new SN95 Mustang was one year away. But Ford's SVT team had some last tricks for the outgoing Fox-body platform.
The Countach isn't what you'd call a good long distance car. You can probably guess why.
It is not a car. That, I can tell.
The lost art of babbitt bearings.
Almost 1000 miles across crevasses and an unexpected amount of ice melt to find a new way to drive along the Fimbul ice shelf.
A 3700 mile journey from Union Glacier Camp through the South Pole to McMurdo Sound in a Hyundai beefed up by Arctic Trucks.
Bentley used NASA-derived technology to capture a shot of Dubai with one very brown Flying Spur W12 S.
A winter drive through the Himalayas' most treacherous mountain pass is equally terrifying and exciting to watch.
Subaru's craziest stunt to date, done in the Swiss Alps by who other than a man from the Isle of Man.
It's full of possibilities.
Hahntennjoch is Austrian for "the best frozen road in the universe to be tamed by a V10-powered supercar".
The Dakar Rally hasn't passed through its namesake city since 2005. But the route is still there, waiting to be explored.
Punching something through the gut is never good for long-term health.
If you can afford a 570S, you can also afford one of McLaren's winter driving experiences in Finland.
So you think driving in Japan is a cakewalk? Think again.
During McLaren's Epic New Zealand Tour, chassis 009 spun off the road and crashed into a ditch. No biggie.
Plenty of evidence indicates that New Yorkers would welcome another fleet-sharing choice.
The James Bond stunt driver blasted down a nine-mile ski slope at ridiculous speeds.