Autonomous race cars sound idiotic at first glance. And second. But there's something to this concept from the Italian designers at ED. The Torq isn't just a self-driving, electric racer with over 1,300 lb-ft of torque. It's pointing towards a new direction for endurance racing. It's also total bullshit, at least for…
The first photos of the Lexus LF-SA concept have leaked ahead of its official reveal in Geneva, and if you're wondering what the hell it is, think Mini, but chockfull of nutty Japanese flavor.
If you're wondering what the next A6 wagon will look like, your answer has arrived in the form of the Audi Prologue Avant concept. And it looks pissed.
Behold! The Cayman we've been waiting for! The GT4 has everything we've ever wanted in Porsche's mid-engine sled. It has the 991-derived 3.8-liter flat six, components shared with the GT3, and only one transmission option: a manual. Oh, and it ripped through the Nürburgring in 7:40 – right on par with the last-gen 911…
Welcome to Switzerland! The sun is shining, the ice cream is shamelessly expensive, and Veyrons are all over the place. The Geneva Motor Show opens tomorrow for the press, so we still have some time to grab some baguettes for tonight. From Tuesday, we won't have time for food, only for cars. Talking of which... what's…
As one of the fastest and most expensive cars ever built, the Bugatti Veyron is a Concorde moment on the road.
Although it is set to make its official debut at the Geneva Motor Show in less than two weeks, photos of the Infiniti Emerge-E have hit the internet—and we like what we see.
From microcars to high-end speedsters, future cars will share one common theme — controls through touch screens rather than buttons, if the concepts of last week's Geneva Motor Show are any indication.
Discontent with just one assault on visual acuity, Mansory also unleashed the Siracusa, which wraps the slightly-tweaked guts of a Ferrari 458 Italia in a carbon-fiber puff pastry painted a color I call radioactive urine. What has been seen cannot be unseen.
With the world trending toward smaller but more stylish cars, Mercedes made the right call to revive this, the 2012 C-Class coupe. If you're going to buy a four-cylinder Mercedes, you might as well look like you're having fun.
Oh sure, who doesn't want a medium-sized, four-door pickup with a stout yet thrifty diesel engine that doesn't look like the fever dream of a barnyard welder? Thanks to Ssangyong, European and Asian buyers will get one similar to the SUT 1 Concept.
Austrian firm AstroBionix was still putting the decals on its Thor Ultimate Deployment Vehicle, a 600-hp, all-wheel-drive rig built by Italian coachbuilder Fornasari, when we snapped this pic from the Geneva show floor. Imagine a real-life Warthog from "Halo."
It's not quite Subaru Sambar-sized, but Ford's B-Max concept from Geneva suggests just how small a modern car can get and still get called a van. The trick here? No door pillars, an engineering feat Ford says is production-ready.
Aston Martin's reviving its VIrage badge for a new DB9-based model with approximately 500 hp to slot in between the DB9 and the DBS. First photos of the car show creased side skirts and new front/rear fascias.