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There’s a real mystery behind it, too…
And this problem goes far beyond just the pony car…
A Benetton F1 car from the 1993 season, driven to a second-place finish by Riccardo Patrese, will be up for grabs this month.
Oh, that’s not good…
Here's one you won't find in your local U-Wrench-It yard every day.
Only in Florida…
Roger Bolliger got his start in racing in 1991. Since then he has honed his driving skills behind the wheel of a car that can only be described as epic.
Prepare to be wowed!
Stop-start technology will be gone for now from non-diesel versions of the Cadillac Escalade; Chevy Tahoe, Suburban, and Silverado; plus GMC Sierra and Yukon.
Here are the most popular questions people have about the Chevy Nova.
NHRA drag racing not represented in new-look IROC-style series that kicks off in Connecticut.
We expect gasoline, hybrid, and electric versions of Maserati's latest sports car, and it will make its full debut next year.
How Ford is restoring hopes of a mini truck renaissance with a little electric help.
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By 1960, the design was perfected with the inclusion of many optional features as standard equipment.
The 553 lb-ft of torque hits low at 1800 rpm, and the launch-control revs to nearly 3000 rpm system maximum take-off thrust. The Land Rover Range Rover Velar SVAutobiography Dynamic Edition not only features the longest name on this list, it gets the same supercharged V-8 and eight-speed automatic transmission as the larger Range Rover SVAutobiography Dynamic and its chassis mate, the Jaguar F-type SVR. In the hot-rod version of the Velar, the quad-cam 5.0-liter is rated 550 horsepower and 502 lb-ft of torque and thunders through a variable active exhaust system.
Why make a new car when you can simply make the old one faster?
200 mph, 390 miles range, $129,990, rolling out factory doors now
We'll have to wait a couple more months to get our first official look at the new twin-turbo-powered Z.