Honda announced today it will take orders for the charming electric car in early 2019—if you live in Europe, that is.
The Chief Operating Officer of Porsche Cars North America calls the continuation of the manual transmission "a U.S.-led proposition."
And it'll top 187 mph.
Dr. Frank-Steffen Walliser, the man responsible for RSRs and GT3s, would love to see an electrified 911 in the future.
The sleek four-door concept revealed at the Frankfurt Auto Show can do 0-60 in four seconds, and has a top speed of over 120 mph.
Ferrari marketing chief Enrico Galliera told us that Ferrari is looking to build a utility vehicle that's unlike anything else on sale.
It also looks really cool. And no, it's still not coming to the U.S.
Mercedes says this concept does 0-60 in 5.0 seconds, a number that should make Tesla Model 3 owners sweat.
BMW's newest race car that marks its return to Le Mans looks imposing. Can it beat every other competitor?
We spoke with AMG boss Tobias Moers at the Frankfurt Motor Show all about the Project One. He's as excited about it as you are.
Andy Palmer chats with us about the upcoming Aston Martin Vantage, and of course, the outrageous Valkyrie hypercar.
The I-PACE eTrophy is a one-make support series for Formula E set to debut next season.
The Turbo version of the all-new Cayenne makes 567 lb-ft of torque and does 0-60 in 3.7 seconds, faster than the old Cayenne Turbo S.
As if the Discovery wasn't already capable enough.
With four electric motors and an engine that's direct from F1, the Project One is unlike any car we've ever seen.