Renault will bring its Formula One racing and EV building experience to Formula E, a zero-emission alternative to F1.
Tesla Motors sells its cars directly to customers, and North Carolina is the latest of many states to take issue with that.
Porsche is giving its plug-in hybrid 918 Spyder a power boost, which should make it even more of a threat to the hybrid supercars from Ferrari and McLaren.
The Cadillac XTS was never meant to be a performance car, but who doesn't want more power?
A more modular battery pack would allow Tesla to quickly change dead batteries for live ones, and easily replace defective packs.
BYD stands for "Build Your Dreams," which is fitting enough. Its plans to sell electric taxis and buses in the United States are pretty far out.
An M5 drifted the equivalent of 51.278 miles around a circular skidpad at BMW's Performance Center in South Carolina.
A Lamborghini Aventador will guide planes to their gates at the Bologna Airport as part of the company's 50th anniversary celebration.
The 2014 Acura ILX will get a few new additions to its options list after just one year on the market.
The revived NSX will get its own factory in the Buckeye State, close to several other Honda facilities.
With so many 911 variants already in showrooms, even one with over 500 hp may have trouble standing out.
Toyota's first performance car, the 2000GT was just as unbelievable in 1967 as the Lexus LFA is today.
Buying a car tends to rank pretty low on people's lists of favorite experiences, but can tech improve it?
The Le Mans Limited Edition models acknowledge Bentley's six victories at the storied French endurance race.
An Audi A1 with a new appearance package will pay tribute to the German brand's all-conquering R18 Le Mans prototype.