The Hot Wheels Rip Rod is finally alive!
Ford continues to improve its Mustang generation after generation.
Audi is out to impress with its latest showcase of its autonomous driving technologies.
If you plan to release a car commercial in the UK, make sure to make it very tame.
The rapid recharging parlor trick that Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveiled more than a year ago will finally be available to Model S owners before the end of the year.
Now that you’ve seen how stunning the Mercedes-AMG GT S, how does it sound?
We finally had a chance to test the 2014 Porsche 911 GT3. So how does it perform?
Honda will make a sonorous return to F1 racing next year, but the company is teasing what that will sound like before any of it actually happens.
The Porsche Macan has taken on the vaunted “moose test” and its results might surprise you.
Nissan is the top full-line automaker in the U.S. when it comes to fuel economy.
The Oculus Rift isn’t just being used to develop video games.
Did Ford make the right decision switching to aluminum for the popular F-150?
Fiat’s compact crossover debuted this week at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. If you missed it the first time, here’s you chance to get fed on all the details of this cute-ute.
The new C-Class is borrowing some hardware from the newest Mercedes sports cars, packing that new turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 under its hood.
The new Kia Sorento made its global debut at the Paris Motor Show, and our cameras were rolling so you could get a better look at this family friendly crossover.
Finally, its time to get up close and personal with the new face of Volvo, the XC90.
Have you ever dreamed of a 400-hp, four-door, Audi TT?
The newest member of BMW’s Sport Activity lineup has been introduced at the 2014 Paris Motor Show.
From the torque to the curb-weight, almost every specification of the Bentley Mulsanne Speed is unbelievable.
The Audi TT lost its top when it arrived in Paris, and no one’s complaining.
Light and powerful, that’s the philosophy Mercedes has with its latest sports car, the AMG GT.
Is this the last naturally aspirated V8 Ferrari?
The all new Jaguar XE Sedan has prowled into Paris, offering us a good look of the entry-level offering that will be hitting dealerships in the near future.
Remember the X-Type? Lucky for Jaguar, most people don’t. A half-baked rebranding of a Ford product, the ill-fated attempt at a compact luxury sedan in the early 2000s never caught on. But Jaguar is back with a new compact sedan, the XE. And this time, it’s a complete in-house design.