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1 of 1: This bespoke Pagani Huayra 730 S is truly divine

Helios Productions co-founder Alejandro Salomon recently commissioned a one-off Pagani Huayra and it looks incredible. Wearing an exposed carbon fiber body shell and gold wheels, this Pagani is unlike none other before.


2015 Nissan 370Z NISMO review

The Nissan 370Z NISMO is Japan’s answer to the Mustang and Camaro. With gorgeous good looks and lots of power, it’s everything you want in a sports car. It is also, however…

  • Pros: Deep exhaust note , Manual transmission crispness…
  • Cons: In-cabin road noise , Tiny interior space , Poor real world…

Despite its relation to tech-savvy Audi, VW's Infotainment system proves frustrating at every turn

Volkswagen doesn't seem to care that much about infotainment, and it shows. The company’s infotainment system is slow, difficult to use, and doesn't look very good. In fact, its…

  • Pros: Car-Net smartphone app , Competitive feature content , The…
  • Cons: Unintuitive design , Very slow start-up time , Poor…

Is this a leaked first-look at the 2016 Cadillac ATS-V?

Could this image be the leaked first look of the forthcoming 2016 Cadillac ATS-V? If so, the compact sports coupe has a good chance of challenging the BMW M4's supremacy, at least in terms of looks.


VW’s R400 ‘super Golf’ may be small, but it’s bringing big performance to dealers next year

Volkswagen’s Golf R400 has been rumored for production for some time now, and a new report suggests that the hatchback is indeed racing toward dealerships. The car will reportedly debut at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor show in September.


Virtually destroy your friend's car with 'Prank My Ride' on iTunes

Prank My Ride for iPhone lets you "destroy" other people's cars by adding dents, fire, and other unfortunate things. Just don't expect the targets of your pranks to find them as funny as you do.


Volkswagen’s new 2.0-liter TDI generates 268 horsepower with the help of electric boost

Volkswagen has unveiled a 268-horsepower 2.0-liter diesel engine with an electric turbocharger. Coming soon is a 10-speed DSG gearbox, which Volkswagen says is the first of its kind.


After years as the underappreciated middle child, Audi's S6 steps out for 2015

The 2016 Audi A6 and S6 now offer a level of technology, serenity, efficiency, and downright sportiness that makes the now-infamous monikers even more compelling than before.


Like burnouts? Then you'll love Cadillac’s 2016 ATS-V teaser ad

Cadillac released a new teaser ad for the 2016 ATS-V Coupe this week, and it presents a pretty clear message. The film shows the coupe burning its tires and not much else, but there is a nice sample of the car’s engine note.


The track king has arrived: 1050-horsepower LaFerrari XX coming this December

A new report has indicated that a range-topping, track-only LaFerrari XX is coming this December. The XX will use the same hybrid powertrain as the road-going car, but output will be bumped to a staggering 1050 horsepower.


Is a Maserati-based SUV the key to Alfa Romeo’s U.S. success?

Alfa Romeo will reportedly launch an SUV based on the Maserati Ghibli sedan, and aimed at the Porsche Macan. If it reaches production, it will end over a decade of speculation regarding an Alfa SUV.


Mazda boss quashes rumors of another rotary-powered sports car

Rumors of a Mazda RX-7 or RX-8 successor refuse to go away, but Mazda's CEO says the company has no plans for such a car. It wants to concentrate its resources on its existing models.


Watch out, Land Rover: Jeep’s new flagship SUV has its sights set on luxury 4x4s

Jeep CEO Michael Manley recently affirmed his commitment to a range-topping 4x4 that would compete with the Range Rover. That 4x4 will be a new version of the Grand Wagoneer and will be on sale by 2018.


S-Class-based ‘Mercedes-Maybach’ confirmed, SUV lineup nomenclature shifted

Mercedes confirmed that Maybach will return as a, with a long-rumored super sedan based on the current S-Class. The rest of the Mercedes lineup will get a new and (maybe) less confusing naming scheme too.


Think cyclists are slow? Watch this rocket bike do 207 mph on the track

A French company called Exotic Thermo Engineering has broken the 200-mph barrier with a rocket-powered bicycle. Using hydrogen peroxide as a fuel source, the bicycle reached its top speed after around 820 feet.