The refreshed 6 is set to make its debut at the LA Auto Show this month.
That star-spangled interior is pure USA.
The 840 horsepower Demon is a tad heavy, but that's nothing a full carbon body can't fix.
The STI badge graces the rear-wheel drive BRZ once again, and for a second time, there is no turbocharger present.
The "290+ mph" Vennom F5 and the 6x6 VelociRaptor. John Hennessey seems to understand what SEMA is all about.
This delightfully retro, unabashedly minimalist electric hatchback will hit the European market in production form sometime in 2019.
We are seriously digging Honda's latest experiment in elegant modern concept design.
This four-door five-seat sedan concept more than likely resembles the future of the WRX.
The S208, Subaru's newest hardcore WRX STi, will be limited to just 450 units, and sold in Japan only.
Those lines are something else.
The brand will show off its next generation compact hatchback, as well as a brand new four-door design concept
At a 1987 IMSA GTP race at Lime Rock, Al Holbert was racing hard.
Yet another new hatch we can't get in the United States debuts at Frankfurt.
We spoke with M boss Frank van Meel about what the new M5 does, and doesn't, tell us about the future of BMW M.
Bugatti CEO Wolfgang Durheimer talks future plans at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
The Chief Operating Officer of Porsche Cars North America calls the continuation of the manual transmission "a U.S.-led proposition."
And it'll top 187 mph.
Dr. Frank-Steffen Walliser, the man responsible for RSRs and GT3s, would love to see an electrified 911 in the future.
The sleek four-door concept revealed at the Frankfurt Auto Show can do 0-60 in four seconds, and has a top speed of over 120 mph.
Ferrari marketing chief Enrico Galliera told us that Ferrari is looking to build a utility vehicle that's unlike anything else on sale.
It also looks really cool. And no, it's still not coming to the U.S.
Mercedes says this concept does 0-60 in 5.0 seconds, a number that should make Tesla Model 3 owners sweat.
BMW's newest race car that marks its return to Le Mans looks imposing. Can it beat every other competitor?