When Ken Block first introduced his Hoonicorn 1965 Ford Mustang with a NASCAR V8 and all-wheel drive, it was easily his most extreme tire-slayer to date, but even when you have the most powerful al
But can a wagon give the GT-R some grief around a track? If said wagon happens to be the Audi RS6 Performance, then yes.
This past week at Monticello Motor Club, the International Motor Press Association (IMPA) held its annual test days. The hottest car at the track may well have been the Alfa Romeo 4C Spider.
Although you may be worried that some nefarious hacker will take over your Volkswagen Golf GTi, Audi A4 or Genesis G80 and cause it to careen all over the place, hitting other cars, trucks, animal
Fresh off a win in round six last month, the Subaru BRZ GT300 team was ready to get another victory in round seven. But a crash took care of any hopes of reaching the podium again.
The 2017 Subaru Impreza gets a 95 percent makeover. There’s 13 new features never seen on the compact before all compact buyers will want, and one is a must-have.
In an unusual move, Volkswagen plans a new China-only model that competes directly with its subsidiary, Audi. According to Automotive News Europe, VW will unveil the Phideon Friday.
Not surprisingly, the folks from Hot Wheels were the first to get a diecast toy version of the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat when they introduced their bright red small scale muscle car, which was f
Every year, the crew at Popular Science Magazine sorts through thousands of new products to pick their 100 favorite for their Best of What’s New issue and this year, the Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang
Back in May, a video surfaced showing a Chevrolet Camaro test car crashing hard at the Nürburgring in Germany (the video is included at the bottom of this piece).
Subaru isn’t done yet with the 2017 BRZ sport coupe. They just announced a new red BRZ GT “special model” for the Japan market. Is it really all that special?
Subaru talks about safety, but they also back it up with cars that score highest in crash tests.
Anxious Volkswagen diesel owners who were expecting a final decision in the Dieselgate class-action suit settlement will have to wait a bit longer as Judge Charles Breyer indicated that he needs a