2018 Porsche

This Center Seat Porsche Boxster Is More Than A Little Ridiculous

Just take a gander around the quiet, airy workshop bearing his name, Bisimoto Engineering, and you’ll see the oddest collection of modified cars you can imagine. In the middle, a Honda Odyssey, bagged to the floor with an intercooler jutting like a bad under bite from its front bumper. It makes 1,000 HP. Then there’s […]

The New BMW Z4

The New BMW Z4 Will Be Built By The Same Company That Makes The Mercedes G-Wagen

Back in 2016, we reported that Austrian contract manufacturer Magna Steyr would build BMW’s next Z4 and its upcoming Toyota platform-mate, the Supra. Yesterday, it was finally confirmed that Magna would build the BMW at its Graz, Austria plant, with production set to begin later this year. BMW outsourcing Z4 production to a contract manufacturer […]

Audi Q8 Suv

Audi Reveals The New Q8 Suv: Shorter, Wider, Sleeker Than The Q7

During the spring, Audi has repeatedly teased the new Q8’s shape in sketch form, or in near-total darkness. The luxury SUV has also been spied wearing light camouflage, on the street and on the Nürburgring. Today, the official reveal takes place in Shenzen, China, and Audi has released these official images of the vehicle. A […]

New Dodge Viper

Sergio Marchionne: New Dodge Viper “Not In the Plan”

We want a new Viper. You want a new Viper. But will Dodge build a new Viper? Speaking to media today after Fiat Chrysler’s Capital Markets presentation, Sergio Marchionne didn’t totally close the door on a new iteration of Conner Ave’s supercar, but he didn’t give us much hope for one either. Both Automobile magazine’s […]

The Brabham BT62

Watch the Brabham BT62 Do Its Thing on Track

Brabham’s new track-only monster, the BT62 came out of nowhere, but it’s here to stay, with a 700 horsepower naturally-aspirated V8, as well as a wing that gives it 2645 lbs. of downforce to help Michelin’s slicks stay on course. And since a total of 70 BT62s will be build in Australia, Brabham took the […]

Civic Type R

Honda Just Made A Civic Type R Pickup Truck

Honda builds the fifth-generation Civic Type R in the UK, and the Swindon factory has a special projects division within its Product Engineering department. The team is responsible for Honda UK’s voluntary race team, Synchro Motorsport, and if you ever wondered what such a crew could do with a spare pre-production vehicle, here’s a solid […]

2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo

2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo First Drive Review

The 2019 Hyundai Veloster is a revitalized version of a type of car many mainstream automakers are slowly giving up on entirely: the affordable sports car. Rivals like the Honda Civic Si and Volkswagen GTI spring to mind, but, generally speaking, car companies crank out more and more SUVs and crossovers while this once thriving […]

Hennessey Jeep

Hennessey’s 1000-HP Hellcat Jeep Trackhawk Does 0-60 in 2.7 Seconds

Hennessey just released a video of its HPE1000 Trackhawk trouncing the quarter-mile in 10.7 seconds at 132 mph. While those are some wildly impressive numbers, the real shocker is the car’s 0-60 time: Just 2.7 seconds. That’s right—this massive family-sized SUV can get to 60 mph quicker than a brand-new M5. The video can be […]

New V12 Vantage V600

Aston Martin Brings Back A Legend With The New V12 Vantage V600

Always in touch with its roots, Aston Martin has announced a limited run of previous-generation V12 Vantages based on an old icon, the 1998 V8 Vantage V600, the most powerful car to come out of Aston’s awkward years. The 1980s and early ’90s were not a good time for Aston, with numerous ownership changes and […]

Chevrolet Corvette Engine

What Chevy Gains By Using A Pushrod Engine in The Corvette

The Chevrolet Corvette is the last true sports car to use a pushrod V8, and you might not think that’s a good thing. After all, overhead-cam engines have been the standard for decades at this point, so why would you use an old-school cam-in-block engine today? Especially in a Corvette, which has to compete with […]