Following its Geneva unveiling earlier this month, the first production 2017 Honda Civic Type R will make its American debut at AutoCon in Los Angeles. It will also come to the east coast for the New York International Auto Show in April.
The new Huracán Performante is officially the fastest production car ever to lap the grueling Nürburgring track in Germany. We sat with Maurizio Reggiani, the head of the company’s R&D department, to find out how the Huracán tamed the…
These new eco-billboard in California feature the Toyota Mirai fuel cell electric vehicle and help clean the air and smog around them using something like a catalytic convertor. 37 billboards will be deployed in Los Angeles and San…
Swedish supercar Koenigsegg's limited edition models are incredibly fast, cost $2 million-plus, and take 4-5 years to deliver. The company founder says they're focused on getting delivery times down to 2 to 2.5 years.
Ford has confirmed it will bring the Bronco back to American showrooms in a few short years. While it's still very much a work in progress, this is what we expect from the Blue Oval's born-again off-roader.
In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of it. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech stories from this…
The Tesla Model S has been out since 2012, but the electric vehicle is constantly being updated and improved. From performance to safety to self-driving tech, here’s everything we know about the luxury sedan.
Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas said the Tesla Model 3 will have a competitive edge with "superhuman assist" features. Jonas differentiates between autonomous and automated driving, saying the Model 3 will need a human driver.
The Jeep wasn't designed to race, but a speed addict is out to build one that can beat purpose-designed sports cars down a drag strip. His aim is to turn the CJ-7-based dragster into the fastest Jeep in the country.
A German tuner named Pogea Racing has built a hotter version of the Fiat 500 Abarth. It offers Porsche Cayman-like performance, nimble handling, and aggressive looks in a package that easily fits in the tightest parking garage.
There’s more to off-road racing than you think. Engines that make over 800 horsepower, trucks that can jump 50 feet through the air, and the kind of can-do attitude that is sadly missing from other racing series.