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You don't have to be one of the Nissan faithful to know that the brand's Z car is something you need to care about.
Preview the October 2016 issue of european car Magazine, with first drives of the latest S8, S5, XE, C300 & others, an exclusive look at the AM-RB 001, going behind the scenes at Brabus, and more
There are times in life when you're presented with hardships that you aren't exactly prepared for.
The prologue to Project LS350Z, which outlines our plan to swap an LS3 V-8 engine into a tired Z33 chassis.
The Ferrari GTC4Lusso T will debut at the Paris auto show with a turbocharged V-8.
Following earlier reveals from Audi and Volvo, Mercedes-Benz just unveiled the dirt-road-ready E-Class All-Terrain ahead of its official debut in Paris
A new teaser video previews what to expect when the Audi Q5 makes its official debut at the Paris auto show.
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Snag a free set of Continental tires for the inaugural 86 Showdown, an all-FR-S/86/ BRZ time attack - registration now open
A closer look at Virtual Works Racing's 8-second Nissan R35 GT-R
The Toyota Supra has been spotted yet again, and this time it's been caught on video revving its engine.
The Bentley Bentayga Diesel receives a triple-charged 4.0-liter V-8 engine with 429 hp and plenty of low-rpm torque.
A life-size BMW 3 Series can drive and transform into a robot in Turkey. Check out the video here.
The 2017 Mini Clubman John Cooper Works goes on sale in the U.S. this December.
The Holley LS Fest celebrates all things LS, from drift cars and drifting to crazy swaps, plus much, much more
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Complete with a number of visual upgrades, the Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce will debut at the Paris auto show later this month.
Volkswagen Group subsidiaries Bentley and Lamborghini will not fly the flag at this year’s Paris auto show, hoping to save money in the wake of scandal.
The Californian tuner announced plans for a special limited run of Saleen S7 hypercars, built from the original designs and components from the first run of cars.
A specially modified Volkswagen Beetle went more than 200 mph in the flying mile at the Bonneville Salt Flats, setting a record for the nameplate.