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Sitting between the regular Panamera and the top-dollar Panamera Turbo, the GTS is the sharper, quicker version for enthusiasts.
The Formula 1 engine that powers the AMG hypercar idles at 5000 RPM. That's not great for passing road car emissions tests.
Britain's oldest family-owned sports car company remains "committed" to its EV program, but takes a step back to "reevaluate" the technology that will be needed to build the EV 3.
Bloodhound Programme Ltd. has entered administration, which is the British equivalent of Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Morgan throws in a bunch of no cost extras with its '110 Anniversary' 4/4s, Plus 4s, Roadsters and 3 Wheelers. Nice!
Front-wheel drive, when done right, is a blast.
The Trackhawk was already a monster in a straight line. A 4.5-liter supercharger from Hennessey turns it into something else entirely.
You'll never truly extract the most speed out of a corner until you know how to trail brake into it.
The Aston Martin DB10 was originally created for the James Bond movie Spectre. Now, it's doing a very different job.
Don't want to lose a ton of money on your next new car? These are the new car models that hold the most value after five years.
The 992 generation of the Porsche 911 is upon us. Here's what to expect from the new 911.
All the style of a second-gen Corvette combined with the fun of driving a Miata. It's a win-win.
At least one car has been written off because hydraulic fluid can drip onto the exhaust and start a fire. Now, Ford has a fix.
Prototype engineer Paolo Garella has left the project, the twin-turbo V16 has no cooling, and the car could still fly away. These are some of the problems the Dubai startup needs to face.
Ford is bringing back the beloved 4x4 SUV. Here's what to expect.
That makes sense considering the engine is from an F12Berlinetta.
Thanks to clever engineering, RUF doesn't need to cut up a Porsche anymore to create something truly special.
August Achleitner, chief engineer of the 911, gave us some info on the upcoming 992.
There's no need to go aftermarket when these stock wheels look so good.
The GT2 RS may be heavier, but it has a massive 215-horsepower advantage over the naturally aspirated cup car. Is it enough to trump the naturally aspirated race car?