Eadon Green founder Felix Eaton says his V12 art deco luxury coupé is production ready, but if it remains a one-off, that's fine too.
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This is not a 911. This is something entirely different, and amazing.
...all while using less fuel.
Not only that, it has a Magnaflow exhaust.
Subaru's slightly-bulked-up all-wheel drive wagon gets its first redesign, on an all-new platform.
In a world of turbos, Toyota has supercharged its hot hatch.
The legend's words couldn't ring more true.
BMW's most famous tuner turns its discerning twin-turbo eyes to the all-new 5-series, with predictably powerful results.
Don't fret, though. Porsche's GT department is very in tune with the desires of purists.
More horsepower, more off-road gizmos, and more opulent luxury. Just what the Mercedes G550 4x4² needed.
It's time for a fluorescent, 1163 horsepower update on everybody's favorite Danish supercar company.
Koenigsegg power under Spyker's gorgeous bodies? Color us curious.
Aston Martin introduces a new ultra-high-performance AMR line at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.
An electric cabrio built by Bentley? Sign us up.
McLaren's second generation Super Series takes aerodynamics to a whole other level. And it's ludicrously fast.
With a new 2.9-liter V6 similar to the one in Porsche Panamera, the RS5 is here to party.
Because no pure thing can ever last, Mercedes is adding two more doors to the gorgeous AMG GT coupe.
The new GT3 gets naturally aspirated 4.0-liter flat-six from a race car and real manual gearbox. We're in heaven.
The first car built on a RUF-designed carbon-fiber platform, it packs a twin-turbo engine and a top speed of 225 mph.
The hot hatch we've always wanted is finally here.
Bugatti will only produce 500 of the 1500-horsepower hypercar, and half of them have already been sold.
Because of course you need a C-Class Cabrio with 650 horsepower.
Brabus will only build 125 units of its "ultimate city cars," so don't think for too long about the coupe's $52,760 base price.
Alpina's new, 431-hp B3 S and B4 S make their debut next week at the Geneva Motor Show.