Look, Porsche, I’m one of your biggest fans, and I hate to see you go down a path of self-destruction. I care. I really do! But you really need to get clean, stop doing hard drugs and back away from this plan to have a “coupe” crossover with four doors and a squashed butt.
The two-door 2016 Honda Civic has just bowed in Los Angeles, looking a little like an old Ford Fusion mushed into a CR-Z. That must be a good thing because the design’s actually pretty tidy, and even reasonably close to the concept we saw months ago.
Very often, cars are classified by the number of doors they have. Usually it’s two or four. This taxonomy is useful, in a general sense, but not very specific. I’ve noticed that two-door cars especially have a dizzying number of names and styles, so I figured why not make a chart? I mean, what could it hurt, right? …
You already know three-pedal manual transmissions aren’t the “performance option” anymore. The V8-powered 2016 Jaguar F-Type R is now all-wheel drive only in the U.S., so it can set you straight from an overcooked corner, but there’s more to sports cars than lap times. And the Jag’s new old-school six-speed manual…
Watching Lincoln's mid-eighties offering to the luxury coupe market earlier today got us thinking about the world of posh two doors. This weekend we want to know what you believe is the best luxury coupe.
Audi pushed hard for market credibility against Mercedes and BMW during the 1990s. The aluminum-framed A8 was a major step forward in that effort. Product planners in Ingolstadt wanted to find a way to build on their success.
Undoubtedly one of the weirdest BMWs the world has ever seen, this one of one 1969 BMW "Spicup" Convertible Coupé sold last week for €460,000 ($615,986) as part of Bonham's auction at the BMW Museum.
Caught prowling the 405 in Los Angeles, this is the Mini Coupe that's expected to cross a stage in Frankfurt this fall minus BMW's corporate swirly wrap. How many models does Mini need, anyway?
The Cadillac CTS-V Coupe Race Car will race in this year's American World Challenge GT Series. But first, Ray Wert's likely going to defile it. First live photos of its lusciousness below.
The Surf Punks famously derided wave riding interlopers in their song Locals Only. The seller of today's Fort Collins, CO-located Nice Price or Crack Pipe M Coupe exhibits a similar territorial limitation.
The Playstation generation hearts them some GT-R, but they don't have jobs so they can't afford one. Solution: The 2011 Scion tC apes some of the fast Nissan's styling cues, but the rest is crappy Toyota parts.
These 16 frames are actual screengrabs from the insane Cadillac CTS-V Coupe PR video. What it's trying to say about the end of the world below.
Let's be honest, there aren't many performance advantages to the new Cadillac CTS-V Coupe. It's two inches shorter, 18lbs lighter, and less likely to pack hundreds of pounds of knuckle-headed passengers, it does have a nice big back end.
Cadillac's an old man's brand full of floaty, slow, soft luxury cars. Screw that. This is the Cadillac CTS-V Coupe — packing a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 with 556 HP, a six-speed manual, and not-enough-room for full-sized rear-seat passengers. Screw 'em.
According to England's EVO Magazine, there's a lighter, track-ready version of the Toyota FT-86 planned that will drop the price from around $27,000 to $22,000 while adding stiffer suspension and stronger brakes. We'll take two.