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Criminal Charges May Come Soon for GM over Ignition Switches

Even after a death toll from crashes related to faulty ignition switches that now totals more than 100, 2.6 million cars recalled, a $35 million civil fine, and hundreds of millions of dollars set aside to pay victims’ claims, it appears the news for General Motors regarding its defective ignition switches is about to get worse.

2015 Indianapolis 500: Why Have Cars Suddenly Started Going Airborne?

- What an odd duck the Indianapolis 500 is—embracing the latest in technology while steadfastly holding tight to traditions so old half the audience is unlikely to understand them without an explanation from a helpful pre-dementia graybeard.- Today, for example, was Carburetor Day, an hour of pre-race practice to allow mechanics to properly adjust the carburetors on the participating race cars.

Porsche 911 News: 991 Goes Turbo, 992 to Get Plug-in Option

The next-gen Porsche 911, due to be launched about four to five years from now, will most likely be available as a plug-in hybrid, according to sources familiar with the project.

Porsche Recalls 918 Spyder for Wiring Woes

Bad news for Porsche 918 Spyder owners: Porsche is recalling a bunch of the quickest-ever production hypercars for a wiring problem affecting vehicles manufactured up until April of this year.

BMW Concept Pays Homage to the 3.0 CSL

- BMW has a proud history of launching design studies at the famous Concorso d’Eleganza at Villa d’Este, on the shores of Italy’s Lake Como.

BMW Concept Pays Homage to the 3.0 CSL


25 Cars Worth Waiting For: 2016–2019

- Each forthcoming car, truck, and SUV is an as-yet-unrealized promise, but none emerges wholly from the ether.

The Chevrolet Camaro Hasn’t Grown as Much Since 1967 as You Might Think

- Ever wonder just how dimensionally similar—or different—today’s rides are compared to those of the past?

In the Middle of the Mille Miglia: We Run the World’s Most Storied Road Rally


2017 Ford GT: The Blue Oval Supercar Returns – Feature


2017 Chevrolet Corvette Zora ZR1: The Next-Level Vette – Feature


2016 Porsche Cayman GT4: Holy Mother of Awesome – Feature


2018 Honda Civic Type R: It’s Finally Coming to America! – Feature


2016 Ferrari 488GTB: The Twin-Turbo 458 Replacement – Feature


2016 McLaren P14 Supercar: A Junior P1 – Feature


2019 Lamborghini Asterion: A 900-hp Hybridized Rocket Ship – Feature


2017 BMW 5-Series/M5: Will They Return to Their Roots? – Feature


Land Rover Defender Rugby Trophy Truck Looks Like the Popemobile, Could Be Driven to Hell and Back

- For the 2015 Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour—no, not the Cup itself—the Webb Ellis trophy awarded to the tournament’s winner will be taken on a 100-day tour of the U.K.

2017 Bugatti Chiron: The $2.5-million, 1500-hp Son of Veyron – Feature