Happy Birthday, Chrysler.
What do you get for the supercar that already has it all? Maybe a Ferrari to devour.
Fifty years after dominating in the FIA World Sportscar Championship in its class, the Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe returns.
Tailor-made for those who’ve lost the use of their legs, and still refuse to be kept from roaming free.
Oh, the humanity! Toyota’s “explosive” Mirai sedan can travel 312 miles when fully-fueled.
Hopefully the grid can support charging all of those Teslas, lest the owners all get stranded hundreds of miles from home.
One billion miles, and each one attributable to an automaker which, by most accounts, shouldn’t still be alive.
And it’ll be auctioned off at Bonhams in December.
After a long, heated battle with Audi and Toyota, Porsche emerged the victor.
The new Explorer has been in production there for a while, but it’s never too late for a formal welcome party.
From London to the Brecon Beacons, and back again, one lucky Austrian saw the UK from a genuine supercar.
Because there is no Porsche design that can’t be instantly improved upon by replica Fuchs wheels.