They might be a mystery to most of the world, but obscure, rare cars hold a special place in our heart.
It's exceedingly clean. Only problem? It's an automatic.
In case the original NSX wasn't cool enough already.
The Toyota Previa is a people carrier with the engine layout of a supercar. You should own one.
It's not perfect, but it checks a whole lot of boxes.
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.
Cornering isn't the only thing Miatas are good for.
Yes, you can get it with a stick. But you can't get a coupe.
Gazoo Racing wants "a pure, genuine sports car, which can compete against top-class world competitors."
Toyota fixes the power issue with the production C-HR, but perhaps not the weird design.
After months of waiting, Subaru finally dropped the full in-car video of the 6:57.5 Nordschleife record lap.
Toyota stopped selling the FJ Cruiser in America three years ago. Now, it's finally going out of production for good.
Rusted, parted out, and left to rot. But with Cosmo prices these days, it might be worth saving.
The Miata might be the one that survived, but the RX-7 was the car that made Mazda an enthusiast brand.
If it ever reaches production, that is.
If you live in Japan.
Guess all those new Lexus commercials featured the LFA for a reason.
When it comes to performance cars, these two can't be much more different.
370 horsepower going to the rear wheels on dirt seems like a recipe for fun.
Who needs jet engines when you have jumps?
Harry Metcalfe takes us through all the little things that make the first NSX such a blast to drive.
Subaru uses four different all-wheel-drive systems on its cars. Here's how they all compare.
This heavily modified Acura Integra blasted its way to a world record, going from a dead stop to 201.07 mph in a half mile.