Driver walks away; the Gallardo isn't so lucky.
While we all love driving at high speed, it's easy to lose track of just how dangerous it can be. A 3000+ pound object hurtling along at more than 100 miles per hour carries a lot of momentum and a lot of energy—enough to seriously mess up both the car and its driver. (more…)
A Brazilian super car, that is.
Our latest entrant into the world of small car makers with supercar dreams comes from the land of the Amazon rainforest, Gisele Bündchen and some less-than-comfortable methods of removing unsightly hair: Brazil! (more…)
Only in Germany, though.
While we in NYC are lucky enough to have a wealth of car-sharing companies in our lovely city, none of them will loan us a BMW M6. No matter how kindly or frequently we ask them to. (more…)
A look at the platforms underneath the VW Group's new sports cars.
Few car manufacturers have succeeded at sharing their vehicular platforms across brands and price points as well as Volkswagen. (more…)
A brief preview of the fury that lies within our Winter 2011 issue.
We have something big coming in our Winter 2011 issue. Something fast. Time to turn up your speakers. (more…)
But 470 hp, 470 lb-ft are the stats you'll quote.
After lagging behind the new Chevy Camaro and heavily revised Ford Mustang in recent months, Dodge's entry into the muscle car wars is refreshed and ready to rumble for the 2011 model year. (more…)
Wagonoid M3 would replace sedan, infuriate enthusiasts.
BMW has literally had an on-again-off-again record when it comes to offering a four-door version of the M3. (more…)
A time attack, a car show, and Scoobies for Boobies all equal good times.
We weren't able to make it to Willow Springs for the fifth annual Subiefest, but after hearing about time attack challenges and something called "Scoobies for Boobies," we'll definitely try to pencil it in for next year. (more…)