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A rapid lap with a scary end.
We don't know what this car is. But we like it.
It's for a serious safety concern, nonetheless.
The new Ferrari not-SUV has been a long time coming.
The company's first SUV should bring in the money.
Lamborghini has unveiled the Essenza SCV12, the limited-edition, track-only hypercar fitted with the most-powerful V12 naturally-aspirated engine ever developed by the iconic Italian sportscar brand.
At 7 minutes and 11 seconds, is this the new fastest sedan around Green Hell?
Liquidity is the top priority for the conglomerate at the moment.
The entry-level R8's swan song gets some Performance trims.
There’s no massive grille here.
It packs a flat-plane-crank V8 with a dreamy powerband.
Combining go-anywhere capabilities with supercar-like acceleration.
Discover the Battista by Automobili Pininfarina, one of the world’s most powerful hyper-EVs in the next episode of a new series of Mahindra Blueprints.
Latest Ford Bronco leak shows off removable doors and roof.
Ingolstadt's uber-hatch is coming after AMG's A45 pocket rocket.
Something smells fishy here, and it's not offgassing from the batteries.
The nose is similar to the Super Sport 300+, and the back looks a little like the Pur Sport.
Lotus commemorates 43 years since the Esprit's appearance in The Spy Who Loved Me.
The standard Charger Hellcat gets a power boost, too.
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