With a new 911 out, the 992, it's time for all the model variants.
Framing John DeLorean will be available June 7th in theaters and on demand.
A 6.0-liter GM V-8 and a big turbo let this tiny truckster run 9.8-second quarter-mile times.
You can buy an R34 Skyline GT-R from the Feds, but they won't let you register it.
The ATS and CTS are going away. Here's the new car that slots between the two.
Behind the wheel of a Toyota TS050, Alonso beat the old record by a crazy three seconds.
A 900--horsepower hybrid LMP1 sounds like it would be a challenge. Chris Harris says it's not.
Elon Musk finally pulls the covers off Tesla's new compact electric SUV.
Tesla is working on a crossover version of the Model 3. Here's what we know about it.
Hurley, which was executive produced by Patrick Dempsey, will be available for streaming on March 26th.
The C63 ran a 7:44.1 at the track, and sounded amazing doing it.
Is an electric 718 Boxster or Cayman in the works? We spoke with Porsche sports car boss August Achleitner to find out.
Don't forget about the Jalpa.
Ford Performance wanted to create a Mustang to dominate quarter-miles and road courses.
The S209 is so different than other WRX STIs, it's assembled by Subaru's STI division.
Ferrari's Chief Technical Officer Michael Leiters tells us to expect V-8s, V-6s, hybrids—and of course, naturally aspirated V12s.
Founder Horacio Pagani showed us some archival sketches from the early days of Zonda development.
The C8 is on its way. Here's what we know about it.
You might not take the MkI Cabrio seriously. This one proves you should.
Jay Leno drives the Speedkore Evolution, a 3200-pound car with 966 rear-wheel horsepower. On a wet road, it requires some care.
Air-cooled fans will know something is up here.
The Speedtail's ailerons integrate directly into a huge carbon-fiber clamshell. Here's what you need to know about them.
Meet RUF's new entry-level model.
The McLaren F1 designer gave us a rundown on his new mid-engine sports car.
Soon-retiring Porsche sports car boss August Achleitner explains the surprising reason a new generation 718 is a while away.
Or if that's not what you want, you can have an all-electric version.