Japan has brought the world some of the best cars on earth. Here are some of the greatest.
It's exceedingly clean. Only problem? It's an automatic.
Looking to get into the wonderful world of track days? Start here.
With a time of 7:21, the EX SV Project 8 is now the quickest production sedan to ever lap the Green Hell.
Yes, there's a hyper-rare Corvette that you can actually afford.
Aston just revealed its all-new Vantage, along with an online configurator. How would you build yours?
This is the last Tesla article you need to read today, we swear.
With rear humps like that, there's no mistaking it.
The chassis builder behind today's IndyCars has its own street legal car now. Of course, it looks fantastic.
Front-wheel drive is usually reserved for dull commuter cars, but these nine are surprisingly fun to drive.
According to one report, it could debut at the L.A. Auto Show later this month.
If it sounds this good at cruising speed, imagine what it'll sound like flat-out.
Yes, it's still running on its original engine.
The mid-1960s had some seriously pretty performance coupes. This might be the pick of the bunch.
Chris Hoy, the Olympian turned racing driver, decided to find out.
Only give these cars to people who know what they're doing, please.
This is, uh, an interesting choice of livery. Still, it is an SLR Stirling Moss.
According to you.
Only 90 examples were ever shipped to the US, meaning this could be your only chance to own a V8-powered piece of Alfa history.
According to you.
Turn your garage into a toy chest.
It's not perfect, but it checks a whole lot of boxes.
There's nothing about this car that isn't perfect—don't tell Porsche purists that, though.
Unlike some Lotuses (Loti?) of the past, the latest Evora is actually a nice place to spend time in. It's also very, very fast.
How does 937 horsepower to the wheels sound to you?
Spoiler: Because they drive great.