New York Auto Show
Audi’s latest special edition car is full of bright accents and Audi Sport logos.
Americans don’t want wagons, but we have a feeling the U.S. will fall in love with this twin-turbo V8 crossover.
NHRA rules require a cage in any car that runs 9s. The Demon doesn’t have one, but that won’t stop you from racing it.
It’s just a concept for now, but there’s a strong case for Toyota to build this.
The 296-horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder F-Type is the new base model in the two-door Jag lineup.
Everyone expected the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon to make over 1000 horsepower. It doesn’t, but it still runs 9s.
It’s got the quickest 0-60 and 1/4-mile time of any production car in the world, and it’s here for real. Meet the Challenger SRT Demon.
It’s got 840 horses, does 0-60 in 2.3 seconds, and hits the quarter-mile in 9.65 at more than 140 mph. The Demon has arrived.
For 2018, the TLX gets new looks and new tech.
This is a simply ridiculous SUV.
Datsun didn’t introduce the 240Z until 1969. Nissan is celebrating anyways.
For the first time, the Civic Si gets a turbo. We think that’s a good thing.
It was only a matter of time before the ultra-popular GLC got the full AMG treatment.
We’re going out on a limb here.
Each one bears Burt Reynolds’s signature.
Hiroshi Tamura also shows us around a gorgeous 2002 R34 Skyline GT-R M-Spec Nür from the Nissan museum.
Al Oppenheiser walks us around the new ZL1 Convertible at the NY Auto Show
Nobuhiro Yamamoto, the Miata’s Project Manager, tells us about his baby.
We caught up with Koenigsegg’s founder at the New York Auto Show to look at all the nifty details of his latest hypercar.
A sports car to take on Porsche and BMW is part of the plan for the new Genesis brand.
Both the GT-R and the 370Z will soldier on, but it won’t be adding a third sports car to the lineup.
The more midsize pickups, the better, we say.
640 horsepower makes this an incredibly fast blow-dryer.