There's almost nothing to distinguish this in-game footage from reality.
It's amazing what the tiniest change can do for an engine's efficiency.
It looks cool and all, but what's with that cockpit setup?
If you're a fan of rally-ready sedans, you might not like this.
It might not have been anything special back in the day, but now, it's a stunning museum-ready survivor.
Mazda and Joest Racingare in Germany working hard at getting the RT24-P DPi car competitive for next year's Daytona 24 Hours.
With 650 horsepower and no weight above the rear axle, we didn't expect anything different.
The Toyota 86 GR doesn't get any extra power, but it gets some choice chassis upgrades. Hopefully it'll come to the US.
This is the last Maybach G 650 Landaulet built. You know what to do.
This is what happens when you dump tens of thousands of dollars into an old 964.
Chrysler confirmed yesterday it has no plans to drop the Hellcat engine into the 300 sedan.
Mazda will soon debut a new concept inspired by the RX Vision. That doesn't mean an RX-9 is imminent.
Turn one didn't go so well for a handful of drivers this weekend.
The Italian company's upcoming large sedan flagship was supposed to go on sale in 2018. It seems that's not the case anymore.
Hyundai's Genesis brand sets its aim at the BMW 3-Series in its bid to become a serious luxury player.
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.
There's no date set, but the message is clear: Electric is the future.
With four electric motors and an engine that's direct from F1, the Project One is unlike any car we've ever seen.
If you take the track focus away from the 911 GT3, you get the most engaging 911 road car.
Audi's first rear-wheel drive variant of a car comes straight from the department formerly known as quattro.
Don't get Curbstoned.
The 710th LaFerrari, an open-top Aptera, just crossed the block this past weekend, with proceeds going to charity.
The army vehicle swerved out of control and slid into traffic.
Now the bill just has to pass in the Senate.