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Mitsubishi Electric has been fined $13.4 million by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice after pleading guilty to three counts of rigging bids.
While this may be nothing more than a CGI, at least this Range Rover would actually get to call itself a Coupe.
Ford's global C platform underpins a variety of popular models and new details are starting to emerge about the next-generation architecture.
With all the hype surrounding the new M4 CS, you'd be forgiven to forget that BMW is working on yet another crossover, the small-ish X2.
When it comes to producing some of the industry’s most exciting and capable hot hatches, few do it better than Renault Sport.
I also don’t think that anyone could disagree with the result either. Florida was the first real unknown for the Worthouse Drift Team, with neither driver having experience at the Orlando Speed World oval, or the heat on the peninsula at this time of the year.
While we understand that road users can get frustrated for any number of reasons, damaging other people's property won't do anything other than cause you even more problems.
It’s the 30th anniversary of Techart this year and to celebrate, the German Porsche tuner is launching a special ‘Edition 30 Years’ edition of the Magnum Sport, which is how Techart is calling their heavily modified Porsche Cayenne.
Despite its 3D Design carbon fiber body kit, AC Schnitzer wheels and Akrapovic exhaust, this BMW X6M is rolling advertisement for the brand's M Performance arm.
Ok, so it’s time again to compare the BMW M3 with the Mercedes-AMG C63 S and the Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio.
It was hard to imagine when McLaren came out with the P1 that it could get much more extreme than that.
When NASCAR announced its overtime line in 2016, I had hopes for it. I thought a consistent line could help avoid controversy, unlike the old rule for cautions at the end of the race, and shushing conspiracy theorists about “rigged races” is almost always a positive.
Sometimes I think that rally teams should be the only ones allowed to touch my car. If you want something fixed fast and right, you probably need Kris Meeke’s crew from the Citroën team.
Police in Michigan have just announced a new campaign aiming to catch distracted drivers dubbed Operation Ghostrider.
Most supercar owners keep their exotic hardware stashed away in a garage, only to take it out on perfect-weather days or to show it off at car meets.
Only four months have passed since Lamborghini unveiled the Aventador S, and the first unit of the supercar has been already seen turning heads in Monaco.
Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. (MMNA) is celebrating their centennial anniversary, and to mark the occasion, they have teamed up with West Coast Customs.
Talking to reporters before practice at Richmond International Raceway on Friday, 24-year-old Kyle Larson apparently called himself the “last true racer” in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series—you know, the one with 40 different racers in any given field.
This very famous Lamborghini Murcielago has the unofficial title of the world’s highest-mileage example that came out of the company’s Sant’ Agata factory gates, with the clocks currently reading close to 260,000 miles (418,000 km).
Even though the current-gen F15 BMW X5 is still a great looking car that has loads of space, is extremely luxurious and drives well, it’s getting close to that time where it needs replacing.