Winter just won't stop at the Green Hell.
Using advanced 3D rendering tech, Zagato was able to recreate a lost one-off 356.
Yep, that sure sounds like a manual transmission.
Lister built just 16 Knobblys with Corvette engines. This is one of them, and it's for sale.
A symphony on wheels.
If there's one thing the ZR1's good for, it's that engine note.
Have a direct injection motor? You might want to see this.
It's incredibly clean and totally stock.
Created to celebrate Aston's most important victory, just 24 examples of the DBS 59 will be built.
The new 2020 Sonata won't just be a pretty face.
This E39 M5 has been transformed into a fastback drift coupe, and it sounds phenomenal.
The newest version of Kia's sport sedan has the ability to get sideways, even if you option all-wheel drive.
The car finished third at the legendary 24-hour race in 1983, with Mario and Michael Andretti at the wheel.
A new M3 is on the horizon, and it's been spotted testing on the Nurburgring. Here's what it sounds like.
Specialty Vehicle Engineering will build you a 455-hp Canyon-based "Syclone" you can buy from your local GMC dealer.
This SL65 AMG Black Series is one of just 175 built for the US. It has a fixed roof, and it's very, very quick. This one's for sale.
It also makes 700 lb.-ft. of torque from zero RPM.
The British company confirmed the Type 130 today at the Shanghai Auto Show, and released a teaser image.
Ferrari sure knows how to build V-8s.
Mazda never offered the Cosmo with a manual. This imported example fixes that.
Front-wheel drive is usually reserved for dull commuter cars, but these are genuinely fun to drive.
No, it's not an M7. But it does a good job of playing the role.
McLaren's entry-level track special is right in its element.
Racing doesn't get much better than this.
Bring a bunch of Minis to a race track, and you're going to have a good time no matter what.
It has everything you need to get on track. All for less than $4000.
A city car doesn't have to be a dull piece of metal that sucks the life out of you.
Starting April 15th, putting your car up on Craigslist will no longer be free.
Rotaries are nice and all, but it's tough to beat that eight-cylinder rumble.