Forget Ferrari's modern special editions. What you really want is a unique 330 GTC Zagato from 1974.
You know you should run a lower tire pressure in certain terrain. But what terrain, and what tire pressure? Here's a handy guide.
What you see here is a four-cylinder Ford. But that Italian wonder is far from the rarest at Berlin's Deutsches Technikmuseum.
This Geländewagen was likely used as a military ambulance, but now it's a camper. It's also one of the rarest G's you'll ever see.
Certified by Lamborghini Polo Storico, Liechtenstein-based collector Fritz Kaiser's early Miura just got a whole lot more valuable.
Yes, there's a Merlin under the extremely long hood of this car, able to do 80 mph at idle in top gear thanks to 1700 lb-ft of torque.
The SCG 004 will have room for you and two close friends, and enough headroom for your helmets.
It's the 50th anniversary of the GT-R, so Nissan is celebrating at the New York International Auto Show.
With a structure built by the same people who produced the Le Mans winning Porsche 919, this street car promises to be a monster.
This metal three-pointed star was used on the 2012 Mercedes F1 W03, the last Formula One car driven by Michael Schumacher.
We got an inside look at Mercedes-AMG's F1 headquarters and learned why the sport is so expensive.
Here's the first of the nineteen track-only DB4 Zagato Continuations that will come with a modern DBS GT Zagato.
A fuel-injected Chrysler from 1958 that shouldn't exist? That's only where things start.
With F1 driver Harald Ertl behind the wheel, this M1 hit nearly 190 mph running on liquid petroleum gas.
India is tightening its safety and emissions regulations, which means Suzuki's locally-made kei van from 1984 is done for.
Audi never made a 100 Coupe with a V-8. That's where Porsche came in, though they weren't for public consumption.
Alfa is working on a new coupe based on the Giulia sedan. Unfortunately, this isn't it.
When not designing cars for Nissan, Rich Plavetich drives his grandfather's 1962 Lincoln Continental.
Despite limited resources, Renault-backed American Motors knew how to turn its Jeep Wagoneer into a competitive utility truck.