The man behind the return of the Ford GT departs after an internal investigation into unspecified complaints.
In another decade, we expect to be able to pick up these cars for pennies on the dollar.
After numerous rumors and leaks, Ferrari has finally made its 458 Special replacement official.
Our favorite 911 variant is back, and promises to be sharper than ever.
Video and photos floating around the web seem to show an "Aventador SV/J" with lots of new aero components.
Based on a Camaro ZL1, the Exorcist is out for Demon blood.
Don't want a Wrangler? Buy one of these.
Pre-season testing begins later this month, so F1 teams are rolling out their 2018 competitors.
It's a prototype, and it's running on slick tires, but still: That's ridiculously quick.
Forget Speciale. Forget GTO. Meet the Pista.
Plus, possible Mercedes defeat devices, Volvo's first three-cylinder, and the 30th anniversary of the M3 convertible.
AMG does it again with another one of its sportscar-inspired boats.
The space Tesla has a small chance of colliding with Earth over the next million years.
Along with the name reveal, Rolls-Royce has revealed pictures of its first SUV ever in camouflage.
At this point, it's nothing but speculation, though.
No, it's not coming to the US. Sorry America.
That includes Lancias, Alfa Romeos, and Fiats, and Abarths.
The former racer is serving more than 16 years in federal prison for running an enormous payday loan business that flouted regulations.
The Dodge Demon was built for tackling the quarter-mile, but set one up right, and it's a top-speed car too.
These classics deliver collector credibility without breaking the bank.
Top Gear season 25 premieres next month. Here's what we have to look forward to.
Plus, Toyota/Lexus recalls and Scott Tucker's ten-figure forfeiture.
Two Americans, Malcolm Bricklin and Harvey Lamm, convinced Fuji Heavy Industries to sell its small car in the US. It didn't go well.
This Z3M may looks stock on the outside, but under the hood lies one of BMW's all-time great V8 engines.