With a time of 7:21, the EX SV Project 8 is now the quickest production sedan to ever lap the Green Hell.
That boxy look has only gotten better with age.
Spoiler: Because they drive great.
Both are big, V8-powered all-wheel drive luxury sedans. One has slightly more power than the other. Guess which one wins?
With a supercharged V8, all-wheel drive, and a 0-60 time of 3.3 seconds, this ultra-limited sedan is Jaguar's wildest four-door ever.
That sure sounds like an AMG V8 to us.
A host of power-adding and weight-reducing features make the new Type RA an ultimate Subaru lapping machine.
The car could just be a new CLS, but it could also be a mule for AMG's brand new four-door.
And no, it's probably not coming to America.
Holden is sending off the Commodore with a bang in the form of this 636 horsepower monster.
BMW Group is aiming for more growth in the premium and electric segment as it plans for dozens of updated cars.
The E92-generation M3 is getting cheap enough for people to start building them into delicious drift cars.
The car community gives the STi so much praise that when you finally drive one, it's bound to let you down.
With some huge fender flares and a gigantic turbo, this Supra-engined M5 might be the most interesting BMW build we've ever seen.
Does the E46 retain its fantastic driving attributes with a big V8 lump up front? Matt Farah finds out.
The BMW brand gives off a certain attitude, but are its cars worthwhile? Mr. Regular finds out.
Pulling up next to a Model S P100D at the drag strip? Better hope its battery is below 10 percent.
Watch how BMW put the E39's chassis through its paces without ever having to leave the lab.
The M3 CRT was produced in such low numbers, you'll be lucky to ever see one in person.
New evidence suggests the Tesla Model 3 will be capable of accelerating like the fastest Model S.