On this week’s episode of The Downshift, we’re treated to an interview with Mosler Automotive founder Warren Mosler, where he talks about his Mosler MT900 supercar, the Consulier GTP, and the conditions that led to his company being bought out by Rossion.
It’s One Better
There’s a new version of the Fiat 500, but this one won’t be hitting the streets anytime soon.
Mini can recognize an icon when it sees one, and the Porsche 911 is one of the biggest icons in the automotive world.
Lamborghini marked its 50th anniversary with a rally across Italy, and in this week’s episode of The Downshift, we tag along with Motor Trend’s Michael Shaffer as he drives a Gallardo with other new and classic Lamborghinis from around the world.
The first 2014 Cadillac CTS Vsport is headed to the auction block.
Simulation racing gamers get ready: the next-generation is arriving.
The Dubai Police Force is adding yet another supercar to its ranks.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) wants your car to slow or stop itself.
Gran Turismo 6 is coming.
The F-Type is one of the most exciting Jaguars to debut in quite a while, and on the latest episode of Wide Open Throttle, we hear about what inspired the car’s design from Jaguar design director Ian Callum himself.
They battle at the track and in showrooms too: Sports car sales are just as important to automakers as their performance is to enthusiasts.
The Honda Civic and Hyundai Elantra together staged an upset in April compact sales.
Bigger, better, and a little bit heavier?
Shelby may have turned its attention to the Ford Focus and F-150 lines lately, but it hasn’t forgotten the Mustang faithful.
Spied in Michigan.
Globally, Mercedes-Benz is known as the maker of everything from Unimog trucks to luxury executive sedans and everything in between.
Chrysler may soon be Imported from Detroit no more.
What would you do if you had some cameras and access to two Ferrari F50s?
Toyota isn’t too happy with GM, Ford, or Ram.