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One of America's best tracks looks even better behind the wheel of an IndyCar at its absolute limits.
It's rare to even find a picture of a car of this caliber.
Car proves to be quicker than a NASCAR Xfinity Series car.
After taking both available powertrains, including the optional seven-speed manual, to the test track, we know a lot more about how the new Bronco stacks up against the Wrangler.
Who doesn't love this beloved Tri-Five?
This CSX 2129 Works Cobra could be yours!
This rare and collectible 330 GT V12 is not your average barn find!
In addition to the new looks and bigger engine, you get a standard six-speed manual and a limited-slip differential.
The Fisker Ocean is heading to the LA auto show this fall, and into production next year. But will it be able to grab a slice of the EV pie?
The Italian company is only planning 20 examples.
Sentimental value and a solid high-performance build make this 1972 Nova what it is, an awesome touring car that has been passed throughout a family of enthusiasts.
We ride shotgun with Aston's CEO in the 1160-hp hypercar at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Audi has revealed the off-roader that it will use to compete in the 2022 Dakar Rally, powered by Formula E motors linked to a DTM range-extending gas engine.
The 4.8-acre Scottsdale property has numerous garages with lifts, a paint booth, and a dedicated detailing room.
Our trip through the week's stories, including a 401-hp Audi sedan, Mercedes-Benz's promise to go all-electric, and an update on the never-ending chip shortage.
Toyota's upcoming full-size truck packs a ton of updated hardware.
Aston Martin has squeezed more power out of the V-8-powered DB11, dropped AMR from the DB11 V-12’s name, and removed the DBS’s Superleggera moniker.
We detail the Camry's long history of (at times) appliance-like excellence.
After controversy that its first run was fake and an unsuccessful second run, Shelby Supercar admits defeat and says it's going to make another attempt to break the 300-mph barrier.
Going livestream on the web allows them to see more precisely who’s watching, and it’s a lot of viewers