Forget diet and exercise—the secret to losing pounds is taking off parts. It works better for cars than people.
McLaren sent 755 horsepower and offered plenty of expert advice to help me get into the nines at the strip. Who knows, maybe I did.
In the good old days, you could lock your keys in the car or run out of gas. Now the worry is battery juice.
Small pickups like the Hyundai ought to provoke some soul-searching about why you need a truck and what it should be able to do.
Our sneak peek at the most promising cars, trucks, and SUVs of the next few years.
The ultra-exclusive show specializes in exotic rarities, and these stopped us in our tracks.
The higher prices dealers are charging because of the chip shortage may be here to stay.
For cities, however, they're a way to raise revenue.
A receiver hitch opens up a lot of possibilities, even if you never tow a thing.
Carmakers are making buyers subscribers.
An inside look at how James Bond drives his 1963 Aston Martin DB5 so hard in the freshly released movie starring Daniel Craig.
Used-car prices are high, which means now is a good time to sell, but some of us have trouble letting go of old friends.
An essential quality in a fast car is how quickly it can become a stopped car.
A look inside the seventh Luftgekühlt car show, where beautiful air-cooled Porsches are celebrated.
You can't taste victory without smelling a few burning clutches. To save the manuals, start teaching people how to drive them.
The California company showed off some tunnel vision at a demonstration in Michigan earlier this summer.