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Muscled up and hunkered down, Porsche’s race-ready 911 GT3 isn’t for the faint of heart.
Horacio Pagani’s Modena, Italy, company has been acknowledged by a number of European magazines as the builder of the world’s best supercar. Now, thirty-two Zonda coupes later, Pagani has released a roadster version. Like the coupe, it uses an AMG Mercedes-Ben
Bugatti showed the production Veyron coupe at Geneva, although only the eagle-eyed would notice the difference between it and the concept shown two years ago at Frankfurt. The color was changed to a very tasteful gray on gray, and the wheel design was mildly a
One of our favorite concepts at Geneva, the MX Sportif is a very thinly disguised version of the next Mazda Protege, which will be renamed the Mazda 3. The grille, headlamps, and lower front valance are superbly integrated, and the very strong shoulders lead t
With all the accolades Subaru has been piling up over the past couple of years, it would be easy to take any criticism (e.g., Subaru’s cars may drive great, but they sure are ugly) with a grain of salt. But rather than ignore the critics, Subaru offers the B11
We bring you the Lancia Ypsilon not because it’s coming to the United StatesLancia’s parent, Fiat, is bleeding billions in red ink and is hardly looking to return herebut because we just thought it looks cool. Many of the three-door hatchbacks you
The Lexus LUV fest continues.
The 2001 Ford Escape was off to a rocky start before setting even one of its all-terrain tires on a dirt road. That is, the latest sport-utility from the Ford Motor Company was baptized by a forthright–if somewhat embarrassing–procession of recalls. At the t
Let’s talk about 6, baby.
For wind-in-the-hair types who don’t like convertibles.
Safety first, big guy.
Another RBI from a company with quite a hitting streak.
Mitsubishi’s Lancer aims to cash in on its motorsports heritage.
With the economy on a downward slope, the timing is perfect for a less expensive 5-series model.
Fright’ning might be a better name for the SVT version of Ford’s F-150 pickup.