While Mazda hasn't released all the information about the magic engine that's supposed to zoom-zoom them all the way to 2030, Engineering Explained has an educated guess about its operation.
And we're not talking about the small ones. The 930's rear wing can hold 40 proper bottles from Stuttgart's best.
While North Georgia has some great classic car deals to offer, it's South Carolina where all the Italian rarities hide, in a barn.
For maximum autocross performance in a street car, you need a 750 horsepower NASCAR engine with an inboard suspension.
Your driving instructor told you never to use your left foot for braking, but they've never run a gravel stage rally.
Piper Cars was a late-sixties dream that never reached the heights of Marcos or TVR, let alone Lotus.
Are you ready to talk to somebody about your problems, as well as leather textures and custom umbrellas?
Do you remember the Venturi? Were you aware that it was a thing?
Partly designed by Williams Advanced Engineering, Vanda's electric hypercar is on its way to become a seven-figure product by 2020.
French prototype specialist Lazareth found a way to make the Moke even better than the British original.
A V8 Mercedes with doors that "shut with authority," complete with stacked headlights for that "substantial" look.
On a cold day in 1967, a handful of Brits made history.
A 789 horsepower naturally-aspirated V12 revving to 8900 all day long. That would be the main selling point.
1233 horsepower and 2000 foot pounds of torque at the wheels suggest that not much 1949 Ford truck is left here.
Technically, from the Czech part of what used to be the Austrian Empire, but also from North America.
It was 1977 at Silverstone when an unknown Canadian called Gilles Villeneuve got in McLaren's third car, thanks to James Hunt.
Spied at the Nürburgring in full Karussell mode, this BMW 8 Series prototype seems to be packing at least eight cylinders.
Up until now, the Huracan's chassis wasn't quite up to its engine. Up until now.
Follow all the action and try to guess who will mess up Lord March's lawn first.
Pitted against an R8 V10 Plus and an S8, the RS6's performance is very impressive.
Four years after debuting in convertible form, it's still hard to find a fault in the Jaguar F-Type's concept.
Next year's GT3 is significantly faster and louder than a 2017 911 GT3.
In 1985, the Saab 900 Turbo was the safest and most fun front-wheel drive car on the American market.