The new Honda Accord is only available with a 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder. How does it compare to the old 3.5-liter V6? We hit the dyno with both to find out.
Don't look straight at it.
Sitting isn't just a perk of the job, it is the job.
Chevy announced a calibration update for 2014-2016 Corvettes equipped with Magnetic Ride Control. It promises better ride and handling.
The Swedish supercar was 5.52 seconds quicker, but it and the Chiron are more closely matched than you might think.
The evolution of the original FXX K produces 75 percent more downforce than a LaFerrari, thanks mostly to its new fixed rear wing.
California-based Waymo engineers: Buy a warm coat.
The Demon may be the quickest car that FCA makes, but it isn't the fastest.
If you run out of charge in the middle of nowhere, let the drones bring you some juice.
However, while the company is developing the engine, the business case for the sports car isn't there yet, according to one report.
Quick-swap batteries remain the most viable way to recharge cars in a pinch. Tesla could be giving it another go.
Two Dutch friends teamed up to build the most enjoyable Defenders money can buy.
Sure, the range anxiety and lack of sound might be deal-breakers, but there's no arguing the benefits of going electric.
The E2-DR can move in ways that humans cannot.
The first two could arrive within the next 18 months.
One of our favorite hot hatches and your Uber driver's new car share an engine, but that's not the whole story.
The Range Rover Sport 2.0L P400e comes with a combined output of 404 horsepower and an all electric range of 31 miles.
Cars like the Mercedes-AMG GT use a V8 with turbochargers inside the V of the engine. Here's why it's better.
Starting this month, drivers will be able to buy a Cadillac that can drive itself under certain conditions.
Per a joint report from Sueddeutscher Zeitung and TV stations NDR and WDR, Wolfgang Hatz was arrested in Munich.
From the makers of the AK-47.
When you have the fastest car in the world, a regular camera car won't do the job.
At last, no more fumbling with wires every time you enter your car.