Automotive enthusiasts can now enjoy the Toyota FT-1 Vision GT… virtually.
Ferrari’s push into forced induction is spooling up quickly as the company draws closer to abandoning naturally aspirated V8 engines altogether.
Cultural stereotypes aside, Germany is known for its advanced technology, engineering prowess and top-quality manufacturing. The land of beer, bratwurst and BMW is especially famed for its automobiles, which are renowned the world over for their driving dynamics and Autobahn-proven performance.
One of the rarest vehicles in the world could be yours for a cool $7.4 million.
Honda is expanding the Civic lineup for the 2015 model year and increasing the base price by $100 to sit at $19,080.
Porsche is building a version of the 981 Boxster that will make 211 hp as well as a Cayman with the same minimized output.
Lexus executives are keen to reinvent the brand. Toyota’s platinum-clad luxury division has earned a well-deserved reputation for quality and reliability, but the car-buying public at large also perceives it as being pretty dull.
Ferrari will be increasing its production once Sergio Marchionne takes the helm.
Yet another General Motors recall ruled the automotive news waves this week.
The Lexus RC F continues to capture the attention of automotive enthusiasts worldwide.
An all-new car sports car on a hot fresh track, this Mercedes-AMG GT video is one to watch.
The U.S. will be getting its own exclusive, special edition Ferrari model.
A decision on whether the MINI Superleggera will be produced is expected to be made in the coming months.
Bentley is currently considering one of two models to add to its lineup after its new ultra luxury SUV enters production.
The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution will get a small price cut for its final model year.
The 2015 Chevrolet Corvette is the latest to fall under GM‘s recall woes.
While the 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata has officially debuted, the company has been mum on its specifications. . . until now!
The Aston Martin Vanquish models is getting a bit of carbon fiber love.
When Skip Barber decided it was time to retire from professional racing in the 1970s, he had a radical idea. What if aspiring racers were coached just like any other athlete? Although this is a no-brainer today, in the 1970s it was not a popular belief as many still thought racing talent was born, not…
Get ready Chevy Corvette enthusiasts, a mid-engine sports car will come in a couple of years.
Key details about the upcoming Mercedes-AMG GT sports car that were omitted from the manufacturer’s announcement yesterday are starting to trickle out.
BMW is already hard at work on new M4 variants.
If you want a yellow Scion FR-S, get ready to pay $30,760 including destination.
The Audi TT Roadster will be taking its top off in public for the first time next month and the event will take place in France.