And car thefts keep spiraling out of control…
Race circuit ready to welcome fans, but not all fans, for Formula 1 race on March 28.
Less weight, more grip, and shorter gearing make the Pur Sport an even wilder Bugatti Chiron.
These guys are making Dodge Magnums cool again…
Our trip through the week's stories, including two new EVs and a foam shortage.
A letter of intent has been signed to bring NASCAR back to Downtown Music City.
The refreshed sports sedan will offer 500 units of a special Launch Edition in matte grey or white with a red interior.
This sounds straight out of 1984...
It's the third state in America to legalize some form of motorcycle lane filtering.
This 356A Cabriolet sold for nearly a quarter of a million dollars.
In this week's Autoblog Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Greg Migliore is joined by Associate Editor Byron Hurd. A narrator will take you through the biggest stories or break down one of our comprehensive test drives.
Audi's new 637-hp electric sport sedan appears right at home in high-speed Autobahn cruising.
Is this the best of both worlds?
ADVs offer the best of all worlds, but which would you pick—and where would you take it?
The upcoming Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe plug-in hybrid has been spotted in prototype form alongside other two-row test vehicles that have recently hit the streets all over the country. A plug-in hybrid variant of the three-row Grand Cherokee L (dubbed 4xe, as in the Wrangler PHEV) has already been announced; these photos confirm that it won't be reserved for the three-row. The 4xe makes a combined 375 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque in the Wrangler, and while its accompanying battery pack will likely up its host's curb weight by a decent amount, keep in mind that Mopar V8s are all iron-block (yes, even the SRTs); the jump from the DOHC 3.6L Pentastar to the OHV 5.7L Hemi in a current Grand Cherokee is about 265 pounds.
No donation or payment necessary to enter or win this sweepstakes. With a 0-60 time of 2.6 seconds and a top speed of 205 miles per hour, the Porsche 911 Turbo S is a race car that's street legal. Up to 368 pound-feet of drive can now go to the front axle, and the car’s footprint has increased, thanks to a 1.8-inch wider front track and bigger wheels, now 20 inches up front and 21 at the rear.
Welcome to Galaxy 911.
Ford built 21 new compact pickups in Mexico last month, and it could be the Maverick, which will share parts with the Bronco Sport.
Matt Farah would like to have a word with anyone who disagrees…
Jeep adds TV to the in-cabin entertainment options—though it vows a privacy filter will keep drivers from watching. Think a "filter" is enough?