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Beautiful things can happen when American muscle is married to Italian design. Just look at the 1953 Chrysler Ghia Special we brought you recently, or this stunning 1966 Iso Grifo.
by Matthew Gaumont
Do I fill up with petrol or diesel? Where’s the latch to release the bonnet? You may have to remember these vital details about your vehicle but luckily, you don’t need to remember the size of your tyres.
Watching professionals at work is nothing short of amazing, but for most, digging deeper within the roots of the drifting world is what it’s all about.
First-generation Corvettes aren’t a common sight at the Summer Nats, so even after a few laps around the Custom Shop’s Copper Topless 1962 C1 we couldn’t quite figure out where factory fiberglass ended and the custom work began.
by Trevonte Wigfall
Chad Hill and the crew from Hot Rod Chassis & Cycle brought their recently completed 1967 Chevelle they call Rush.
Anybody who has ever walked around in public wearing a car magazine staff shirt is familiar with the most frequently asked question: How do we select the cars that appear in magazines and that win awards?
Just a couple of months after troubled automotive startup Elio Motors said it needed $376 million to bring its three-wheeler to life, the state of Louisiana has fined the company $545,000 for not having a license to accept non-refundable deposits.
John Edwards and Martin Tomczyk raced the No. 24 BMW M6 GTLM to a third place finish in today’s two-hour-and-forty-minute Northeast Grand Prix at Lime Rock Park, in Lakeville, Conn.
A report conducted by analysts from Forrester Research says that, despite the promise of autonomous vehicles dramatically reducing car accidents, insurance rates are expected to remain high until at least 2025.
In 1965, GM introduced entirely new fullsize cars in the Buick, Cadillac, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, and Chevrolet brands.
Police in Chicago say dealerships leaving keys in unattended vehicles has contributed to the widely-reported spate of car thefts across the city.
The Velar has built itself a gap in the market between its Range Rover siblings, the Sport and the Evoque.
The annual pilgrimage to the 12 hours of idlers endurance race began early Saturday evening when we met up with Nakai at the RAUH-Welt Begriff headquarters in Kashiwa, along with what may well be the largest group of international guests to ever make it out to Japan for this epic event.
by Arlen Liverman
If we had a nickel for every time we heard someone from Ferrari say they won't build an SUV, we'd have almost enough money to actually buy one.
For some reason, drivers of extensively modified road-legal performance cars still think they can out-sprint a Model S P100D in a straight line.
Filed under: Design/Style,Green,Videos,Tesla,Green Automakers,Sedan,Electric In this video, Doug Field, Tesla Senior Vice President of Engineering, does his very best not to answer any questions from the man holding the camera.
Besides the regular versions of the new generation Mercedes GLE, the Germans are also working on a hot AMG variant.