Autocar got its hands on the long-awaited French sports car. It's a legitimate rival to the Porsche 718 Cayman.
But Oliver Bryant's does, at Sebring.
With early models just becoming legal for import, the mid-engine Kei car is at the top of every JDM car fan's mind.
Land Rover only shipped over 500 examples of the 110 for the US. Now, it's one of the most sought-after 4x4s ever.
All you need is a few rolls of bubble wrap, and the rear wing will take care of the rest.
The first 'complete' Lamborghini is also one of the finest supercars you can buy today.
We wish every engine rebuild was this quick.
A Fiesta instead of a Focus, 60 horsepower instead of 600, and Etienne Guerra instead of Ken Block. This is Gymkhana 0.9: Cheapkhana.
It doesn't go well.
According to you.
Transforming a normal road car into a race or rally car takes a lot of steps. The braking system may be the most complex.
This might be the best-sounding rally car we've ever heard.
This doesn't make a year and a half seem that bad!
It happened in 1988, with the Holden HSV VL Commodore Group A SS Sedan, built in limited numbers by Tom Walkinshaw's crew.
This is one stylish off-roader.
The EcoBoost V6 is a technological marvel, but the V8 of the old car is old school awesome.
In 1989, the four-cylinder Lotus Esprit Turbo SE was faster than a V12-powered Ferrari Testarossa, while also costing a lot less money.
Thank Toyota's drivers, engineers and mechanics, Tommi Mäkinen, forced induction and the internet.
If you're looking for an iconic car that can take you there and back every day of the week, it's hard to beat a Mark 2 Golf GTI 16V.
There's a lot to be thankful for today. The Corvette should be on your list.
Thank heavens Mr. Block's dream car happens to be a Ford!
The legendary rally car has an amazing sound.
This little hatchback wasn't just great on its own—it was big enough to fit an entire second mode of transportation.
The homologation special is famous for its results on the track. But it actually makes for a damn good road car too.