Fast and Furious 6 is officially on the big screen, so chances are you’ve seen the stars and cars of the newest flick.
Ford Australia has confirmed that it’ll be shutting down its operations from October 2016, costing nearly 1,200 jobs in Victoria.
Gamers worldwide anxiously awaited the announcement of Microsoft’s next-generation Xbox console today – the Xbox One – and along with the announcement came footage from the newest Forza Motorsport racing game.
The new Porsche 911 GT3 isn’t just another generation in the German automaker’s GT3 lineup; it’s packed with next-generation technology that makes it a true track monster.
Each week, we recap the most popular videos from AutoGuide‘s YouTube channel just in case all seven days passed you by and you missed out. This past week, AutoGuide had a little fun putting two hot hatches in a shootout – the Ford Focus ST and the Mazdaspeed3. Which one prevailed?
To help celebrate its 100th anniversary, Aston Martin is set to reveal a concept car that looks as though it will take its inspiration from the DBR1 race car.
Holden Special Vehicles (HSV) has revealed its Gen-F model lineup, based on the VF Commodore but packing plenty more power under the hood.
The Jaguar F-Type is hitting dealerships in America this month with a starting price of $69,000, so the British automaker is launching an advertising and marketing campaign to promote its convertible sports car.
BMW Performance Driving School instructor Johan Schwartz has set a new world record for drifting 51.278 miles in a new M5.
Volvo released a mystery teaser today revealing that something new, likely a new XC90, will be revealed in two days on May 17.
With leaks, scale models and interior photos, you might have already seen most of the 2014 Mercedes S-Class, but there’s one thing left: the official debut.
Production on the Infiniti G37 successor, the Q50, has begun in Japan with the first vehicle rolling off Nissan’s plant in Tochigi, Japan.
Those fortunate enough to attend Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary celebrations were treated with the unveiling of the one-off Egoista; for the rest of the world, this will be the best glimpse we’ll get of the supercar in action… for now.
Each week, we recap the most popular videos from AutoGuide‘s YouTube channel just in case all seven days passed you by and you missed out. This week, AutoGuide travelled out to Texas to check out and review the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado.
The Chevrolet Cruze Diesel is rated at 46 mpg on the highway, giving it the potential to get at least 700 miles to a tank.
What takes 241 specialists and 5,196 components to build? The 2014 Audi R8 of course, one of the finest exotics money can buy.
Crash test dummies help put our vehicles to the test to determine just how safe they are, but just how much work goes into a dummy to make it as close to a human being as possible?
The extreme Audi TT Ultra Quattro concept sheds 660 pounds over the regular TT S coupe making it one of the most extreme TTs ever created.
The SRT Viper GTS-R race car returned to the American Le Mans race series last year, and the brand is releasing a series of mini documentaries highlighting the car’s first and second season back on the track.
You think Iron Man 3 and Fast & Furious 6 are the only blockbusters hitting the big screen in the near future? Star Trek Into Darkness is also right around the corner, which is the perfect time to enlist the help of Spock to show off the Audi S7′s newest technologies.
With 47 corners across almost 6.5 miles, the Crown Range in New Zealand is the country’s highest paved roadway at an elevation of 3,530 feet.
Earlier, Porsche unveiled the next iteration of its 911 Turbo and Turbo S, and now the German automaker has released a first look video of its next great sports car.
Global Rallycross (GRC) just announced that it will create the “Lite” class to make the sport more accessible to new and less-heavily-funded drivers.
The 2014 Cadillac CTS has been generating a lot of buzz since its debut, and now the American automaker has released a computer-generated video showing off all the sedan’s fine details.