That's quicker than a Dodge Challenger Demon.
What's better? A wonderful car on an awful road, or a pathetic car on a fantastic road?
Don Groff wanted a V12 engine. He had a pair of Toyota 1JZ inline-sixes. You see where this is going.
Just 356 were built to homologate the E36 M3 for FIA and IMSA GT racing. That gives it enthusiast cred no other E36 M3 has.
The '80s were full of wonderful driver's cars. These are some of the greatest.
The Blue Oval just invested $500 million in the EV startup.
Drivetrain updates add 10 percent more driving range to the 100D trim line, making the Model S the longest-range EV in production.
Aston slices the roof off its stunning 715-horsepower V-12 GT car.
This is not your average AMG V-8 sound.
Five-hundred ninety lb-ft of torque, and a lot of cow hides.
Buy it, and head to a historic rally immediately.
So you want a small sports car, but you don't want to blend in with the Miata crowd? Here's what you should buy.
Chairman Oliver Blume says a hybrid variant of the mid-engine sports car could appear before the line goes full EV.
Chrysler got a concept car out of the deal. Lamborghini got an iconic supercar.
The Cosworth DFV powered dozens of F1 cars throughout the years. It makes a lovely noise.
Just 10 were built, and this is the original prototype. You should buy it.
It makes a shriek like no other.
We're not sure how the SLS could sound any better from the factory. But Renntech delivers.