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A staggering gang of Ferrari Testa Rossa race cars took over the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance today.
Rolls-Royce had a presence on the concept lawn at Pebble Beach this year with its new Waterspeed Collection Phantom Drophead Coupe.
Toyota is dropping a not-so-subtle hint this week that its push for a new sports car as a spiritual successor to the Supra are alive and well.
Automotive legend Steve Saleen probably isn’t the first person you think of for high-performance electric cars, but that will be changing soon.
As you probably know, there’s more than one way to see the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
McLaren just revealed what might be the products that steals the show at Pebble Beach this week with a staggering 1,000 hp.
Mixing the S-Class Coupe with the sort of V8 potency pumping out of AMG’s mad scientist laboratories is a great way to polish off fossil fuel, but what if the idea of eight cylinders seems pedestrian or even vulgar?
For just under $166,000, you could own the most powerful and strangest looking Jaguar F-Types yet.
McLaren’s track-only 650 S Sprint was on display today at Pebble Beach as part of an impressive presence for the British sports car brand.
General Motors announced today that it will invest $174 million in a new stamping facility as part of its Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant.
There will be at least 25 world premiers during the 2014 L.A. Auto Show next November.
Caterham announced today that is expanding the number of cars available to its customers in the U.S. by two.
We’re back again today at our home test track and working to answer one question: what is the best performance car for under $30,000?
Things will be a little bit unusual for the next three days at AutoGuide, but I’m hoping you will bear with us as we prepare what I think will be one of the most entertaining and useful reviews we have ever produced.
This week, good old American muscle was the top pick, followed closely by practical crossovers and the new Mercedes CLA-Class.
The negative impact that voice controls had on J.D. Power’s most recent Initial Quality Study is significant.