The Aznom Atulux, a Ram pickup-based luxury sedan, is atrocious. But there's a nugget of truth in this idea.
Not possible, as the Germans would say.
There are all sorts of outrageous exhaust designs out there. Which is your favorite?
With no chrome or polished metal in the grille, the Aston carries less weight on its front axle.
Porsche is celebrating its 70th in style.
There are tons of weird, wacky cars out there. Which do you like most?
On the last day of March in 1998, the green McLaren F1 known as XP5 went to VW's Ehra Lessien test track to break a record.
When it comes to rare SUVs, the Tom Tjaarda-designed, supercharged Vortec V8-powered Laforza is hard to beat, on any terrain.
Built in 1991, this street-legal motorcycle-powered car weighs just 770 lbs.
The beauty of Wankel's design shown in super slow-motion.
Ferrari has made some stunning front-engine cars over the years. Its mid-engine lineup might be even better.
His feelings are slightly different towards the designs of the AMG Project One and the McLaren Senna.
Thanks to Colin Chapman, Mike Flewitt has a pretty clear idea of what good handling is all about.
1938's Buick Y Job also became GM's Design VP's daily driver for almost thirteen years.
Want to learn everything there is to know about direct injection engines? Start here.
Only one could make the final cut. Here are the ones that didn't.
During "Project Top Gun" in 1988, Callaway's 898-horsepower C4 set a new record at 254.76 mph.
Made in Spain using a Perkins diesel.
Most logic dictates putting the engine behind the rear axle is bad for performance. Here are some reasons why it's not.
These things make every shift so, so satisfying.
You must have a favorite.