We've known for a while that Ford is unleashing a higher performance version of the Explorer this fall.
Earlier this year, Dodge's only NASCAR team, Penske Racing, made a shock announcement that they would be defecting and replacing their cars with Fords for 2013.
In 2013, the Ford Crown Victoria taxis will begin disappearing from city streets and will be replaced by Nissan's brand new NV200 van. It will be the first purpose built taxi roaming NYC in decades and promises to be the cab of the future.
Earlier today, Chevrolet announced that the new Camaro 1LE can do a lap around the Grand Course at Virginia International Raceway in 2:58.34.
The Nissan GT-R has been the last word in Japanese performance cars for ages. The latest generation car, the R35, is a world-beater.
Although Lindsay Lohan's latest car accident was pretty insignificant by itself, it could, in a more rational world, have been the proverbial straw that broke the camel's back where her driving privileges are concerned. Do we have to wait for her to kill someone before the Golden State takes away her license?
Yesterday evening, NASCAR revealed that Penske Racing driver A.J. Allmendinger is now indefinitely suspended from competition after he tested positive for a banned substance.
No matter how many times they have claimed they had it, Cadillac has never actually made a BMW 3-Series killer.
Two of the most acclaimed cars of the past year have to be the Toyota/Subaru twins, the BRZ and the FR-S. While they aren't the fastest or most luxurious cars on the road, they have a fantastic chassis, great gearbox, and some sublime handling that you can drift at the flick of a wrist.
From 1992 until 2009, BMW design was led by Chris Bangle, one of the most controversial car designers of all time.
As we reported yesterday, it was revealed that the Nurburgring, which has been in financial trouble for quite a long time, is going to have to enter bankruptcy proceedings. Ill advised investments in a large shopping complex and a dangerous roller coaster are the culprits for the precarious situation.
A little more than a week ago, our own Bill Caswell expressed his displeasure at how BMW has been diluting the M brand with special editions that mean nothing and cars that no longer have anything to do with the word "Motorsport."