Winter Driving School in a Locked and Loaded Porsche
Lessons learned while careening through the white stuff.
Lessons learned while careening through the white stuff.
The return of an icon, both in name and in engine.
Rare, pristine and gorgeous — Seinfeld's Porsches are the ultimate collector's items. He's putting three up for auction.
New releases at the Detroit Auto Show, the government embraces autonomous technology, a Jeep Wrangler pickup is in the works and more.
Forget to plow the driveway? Don't worry about it.
Don't think paddle shifters mean the old, analog manual is heading out to pasture.
The Volvo S90 is revealed, Renault returns to F1, Porsche's new Tesla-fighter and more.
Volkswagen fixes European diesels, the AMG GT gets more power, Volvo's in-car delivery arrives in Sweden and more.
BMW's entry-level motorcycle, the return of the Ford Bronco, classic Mercedes-Benzes and more.
The Quip toothbrush, TinyMOS's new camera aims for the stars, Porsche's newest addition to its Black Edition series and more.
The worthiest one-offs the car world has to offer.
The best SUV, pushed to its engineered limits. That is the Porsche Turbo S.
The 53-acre, $100 million Porsche Experience Center demonstrates performance, stability, and safety of Porsche cars. It also kicks your ass.
The V8 now competes against twin-turbo V6s and tuned up four-cylinders that get markedly better efficiency. But the V8's still better in every other way.
Is it the best of the best, or the best of the rest?
The greatest sports car ever created? In 1981, Porsche made a strong argument.
There's a moment burned in every kid's memory of his father and his father's car. We recall some of our fondest.
Porsche wins Le Mans, Steve McQueen's last special-order 911 is up for sale, the Mustang GT 350R screams and more.
Aston Martin expands to the deep south, Jeremy Clarkson opens up about "Fracasgate", Need for Speed gets a reboot and more.
The next-gen Camaro is unveiled, the BMW M6 gets more power, Porsche unleashes a track-only 911 GT3 R and more.
Hamilton wins the Bahrain F1 GP as Raikkonen takes second, Rossi earns an Argentina GP win after clash with Marquez, Dodge starts production of custom Vipers and more.
An action-packed trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road, the new Porsche Boxster Spyder, McLaren reveals the 570S, Cadillac introduces the CT6 and more.
We scoured the convention center floor for the best of 2015 NYIAS.
Every emblem has a story, and we're telling the history and evolution of these iconic brand badges.
A Porsche-designed hard drive, Italian leather watch pouches, aerospace-grade titanium combs and more.
Let the first guy take the hit; be the savvy secondhand buyer. Here's 10 cars to get your used car hunt underway.
We round up the best metal from the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.
The new Ferrari gets a turbo, the US will finally get a Focus RS, Porsche dials the Cayman up to 11, GM looks to compete with Tesla and more.
A Ferrari V8 gets a turbo, America gets the Ford Focus RS, the Porsche Cayman gets more power, denim bike seats from Brooks England and more.
A limited run of 60 special-edition 911 GTS Club Coupes, Paul Smith's essential travel suit, a smart bed that kids will love/hate, Italian ball caps and more.
Jeff Gordon retires, the Porsche 911range gets more turbos, Conan rides shotgun with Archer, a Shelby Cobra sells for $5.1 million and more.
An assassin ex-girlfriend (possibly), a more insane McLaren P1, a rally-prepped Porsche and more.
The 2015 North American International Auto Show was a no-holds-barred showing. We've selected the most noteworthy cars and trucks of the entire show amid a field of fantastic new vehicles.
Porsche’s 911 GTS is built around premium speed and ultimate control. It's a performance car with the purity of naturally aspirated power but without the harshness of a racer like the GT3. It’s luxury with grit. A toothsome beast with leather seats.
Bespoke Ferraris, Neymar goes rallying, McLaren announces the 2015 F1 line up, the Ford Focus RS goes global and more.
The 2014 LA Auto Show is the last chance of the year for the automotive industry to show off what they have now and what's coming up next. From realistic to only-in-your-dreams, the LA Auto Show has a lot to offer, but only the best are worth mentioning.
This Week In Motoring: The new Batmobile caught on camera, Ferrari loses its chairman, Honda's dream of a collision-free world and more.
This Week in Motoring: a whale of a plane, the Uber/Lyft wars, one man's reunion with his vintage Porsche, a commemorative Land Cruiser and more.
Today in Gear: A new spin on absinthe from Nashville, Wolverine's 1,000 mile boots, a convenient iced coffee maker, and more.
Twelve years ago, we said a Porsche truck was a bad idea. Boy, were we wrong. A quick drive in the 2015 Porsche Macan made our eaten words that much more delectable.
Crossovers have changed in the recent past; you no longer have to trade in your testicles and driving sense to drive one. Even the haters (car nuts) have been proven wrong now that more horses, better driving dynamics and sleeker silhouettes have shown up in performance-focused crossovers. Here are five that break hard from the pack of mediocre crossovers still stuck in the driver's ed parking lot.
The biggest story behind this year’s running of Le Mans was no doubt the return of Porsche, who have been absent from the race’s top class for 16 years. The storied automaker teamed up with Michelin to create “We Are Racers”, a series of short films documenting the company’s 2014 journey to Le Mans.
Your buddy's Rosso Corsa Red Ferrari makes your blood boil with envy. Unfortunately, your better half won't let you mortgage the house so you can buy one yourself. Though they may not have the prancing horse on the grille or elicit gazes from the bold and the beautiful, these 10 affordable driver's cars still delight with great driving dynamics and the kind of motoring spirit that makes you feel like a kid again.
The beauty of classic automotive design is often in direct struggle with modern safety and fuel economy standards, not to mention the latest in technology. But there are still a number of shining examples around today, ones that echo the past and ones that break new ground but don't break the rules of good taste. These ten prove that less is more and that automotive design is not on the rocks.