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Mitsubishi Bids Adieu to the Legendary Evo

Mitsubishi last month announced its final collector’s edition of the Lancer Evo. The carmaker is producing 1,600 of the sport sedans: badged, numbered, and ready for the history books.

1960 Was the Year of the American Compact Car

Compact autos have been a part of the domestic car scene since the early ages of car history, but the market for a small economical car was miniscule until the 1960 model year.

Electrified Vehicles Take Center Stage at 2015 L.A. Auto Show

The auto industry reaffirmed its commitment to hybrids, electric vehicles, and fuel cell cars at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show, running through Nov.

Scion’s C-HR Crossover Concept Provokes Polarized Response

The new Scion C-HR Concept, unveiled last week as the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show, looks like it drove off the set of a Sci-Fi flick.

5 Coolest Cars at 2015 L.A. Auto Show

This year’s L.A. Auto Show, open to the public until Nov. 29, features a number of interesting, gorgeous, and just plain weird vehicles rolling out for public scrutiny.

2016 Toyota Prius: An Icon Mildly Reinvented

The Toyota Prius isn’t just a hybrid: it’s the embodiment of green for the auto industry. Since first introducing the car in Japan in 1997, Toyota has sold more than three million units if one includes all models in the Prius family.

Porsche Targets Club Racing Circuits with Cayman GT4 Clubsport

Porsche unveiled the latest addition to its track-only vehicle roster, the Cayman GT4 Clubsport, at the 2015 Los Angels Auto Show this week.

2017 Fiat 124 Spider Combines Retro Design and Modern Gear

The new 2017 Fiat 124 Spider, unveiled this week at the Los Angeles Auto Show, is a winning combination: an unmistakable classic exterior design, a snarling turbocharged power plant, and Mazda’s highly acclaimed MX-5 Miata platform.

Holden Torana A9X: Big Speed From Down Under

Every automobile-producing country hides a few home-grown secrets—cars that rarely or perhaps never made it past its own borders.

Five Essential Car Maintenance Tasks

Back in the day, semi-annual tune-ups were a way of life. But in our millennial universe, the tune-up seems to have gone the way of the landline.

Lamborghini New Huracán LP 580-2 Is Aimed at Purists

Lamborghini unveiled the Huracán LP 580-2 this week in Culver City, Calif. The “580” denotes that the new Huracán generates 580 (or 571 in American measurement) horsepower, and 398 pound-feet of torque from its naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V10.

Tire Pressure Tips

Properly inflated tires will make your tires last longer—and make your car safer and more fuel efficient.

World War II Mercedes Limo Is a Wood Furnace on Wheels

As the auto industry continues to explore the full range of alternative fuels, it’s a good time to consider this restored Mercedes-Benz 170 VG W wood-gas limousine.

Chip Foose: Looking Back On SEMA 2015

Every year, SEMA is like a homecoming to me. I get to spend time with colleagues and friends from the world of automotive design and performance—and I also get the chance to connect with the thousands of fans and supporters who have meant to so much to me during my career.

Seven Top Car Designs in 2015

Twenty-fifteen was a year of contrasts. Automotive styling departments moved away from post-2008 conservatism to a position of greater risk—with emotive exteriors and clever interior packaging.

Winter Tires Save Lives: Don’t Cheap Out When It Comes to Safety

All-season tires have more aggressive tread than a dedicated summer tire, but their rubber compounds aren’t meant to withstand freezing weather.

When a For-Hire Builder Works on His Own Truck

Jeremy Rice has been using his workmanship and skills to make customers happy for year. But recently the founder of Tre5Customs—a full-service vehicle fabricator in Peoria, Ariz.—turned those skills on his own 1949 Chevy truck, which he showed at SEMA 2015.

Memory Savers: The Tool You Need When Changing Your Car’s Battery

Sooner or later, the time will come when your car’s battery will need to be replaced.  Automobile batteries typically last about four to five years before they stop holding a charge.

Oregon Charity Provides a Dream Ride for Ailing Children

Dream Drives for Kids, a non-profit based in Portland, Ore., uses exotic cars to provide an exciting and meaningful experience for youngsters with life-threatening medical conditions.

1952 Lancia Eigenbau Racer Emerges from 42 Years of Storage

The history of sports car racing is full of “specials.” Those are the one-off racers sourced from a mixed bad of drivetrains, bodies, and chassis.