Cadillac has unveiled a concept car that takes their rear-wheel drive platform and adds some much-needed size and power. With a sumptuous interior and a 500hp twin-turbo V8, the Elmiraj could be just what the Americans need to take on the Germans.
Packing a twin-turbo 5.4-liter V8 estimated at 1024 horsepower, the GTR1 could have been something rather spectacular. But the ho-hum bodylines and a nightmarish interior leave us wondering: why?
Priced at $2 million, the Laraki Epitome is based upon the C6 Corvette but features a special carbon fiber skin. Thanks to twin turbos and some high octane fuel, the Epitome can produce 1,750 horsepower.
Few dare improve on the engineers at Ferrari. Luckily for us, Hennessey Performance has. They’ve created a 738 horsepower 458 Italia capable of 0-60 in 2.8 seconds. Here's what it looks and sounds like.
The NHTSA is considering a ban on complex infotainment system like BMW’s iDrive. Instead of holding back complex tech, they should rather inspire it. Automakers shouldn’t be required to remove content from their cars but rather add it. Laws should require autonomously driving cars instead.
Aside from some body and engine tweaks, the biggest change to the 2016 A8 will be the addition of Matrix Beam headlights. Unfortunately, we Americans will not see that headlight update, as the technology is technically illegal – for now.
Mercedes-Benz will officially debut the all-new GLA crossover next month at the Frankfurt Auto Show. But from what I can see here, it appears to me to be the shining beacon on the hill for cars of the future.
The MINI Cooper S Roadster is the newest edition to the MINI family. It’s not the MINI Cooper Convertible, no. This one is different. But Nick still found a few (OK, more than few) things to nick-pick. So it's a loser? It depends on who's driving it.
The Roadster is based upon the MINI Cooper Coupe. You know, the chop-top MINI that looks like it has foreskin, the really silly looking one. Yes, that one.
Subaru has teased the up-coming BRZ STI. While it will surely prove a brilliant sports car and an instant classic, it shadows in comparison of the potential market influence of a possible hybrid-powered Scion FR-S.
To make the Abarth, the Italians took the regular 500 and added a big turbo charger, a robust five-speed gearbox, very stiff suspension, a burbling exhaust and some scorpion badges.
2013 marks the end of the BMW M3 coupe. From now on, the coupe will be known as the M4 while the M3 will be saved for the sedan. After a long love affair with the M3 Coupe, I am forced to look back and see it for what it is: a car for adulterers.
The 2013 BMW 328i M Sport is a driver's car with sweet handling and a willing engine. And while BMW can certainly stack a car full of the latest high-tech goodies, our test car arrived without much of those extras. Is that a bad thing?
The new 3 Series is an amazing car. I hugely respect it. But unless you’re going to drive it at the limit all the time, it’s not worth the money. If all you want is luxury, get a Lexus. If you’re ready to feel like Schumacher every morning, however, by all means get a BMW 328i. Just be prepared to pay to play.
Sports cars: every motoring enthusiast wants one, but few can afford them. Right? Wrong. From both the new and used markets, the world’s automakers offer plenty of brilliant and financially accessible sports cars. Here's our list of ten to consider.