The Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet is the world's first all-wheel drive crossover convertible. That also makes it one of the weirdest and most pointless cars on the road.
The Ferrari F40 is quite possibly the ultimate Ferrari ever built. But that's according to the mainstream automotive media with their handouts from big automakers.
For as long as there have been cars, there has been Pat Goss to help you fix them.
The Acura ZDX is a luxury vehicle with the styling of a sport coupe, the everyday drivability of a family sedan, and the versatility and capabilities of an SUV.
Oldsmobile did a lot of work on the 1990 Trofeo in order to close the credibility gap to its rivals in more ways than one.
For 2012, Jaguar added 40 horsepower to the XKR to create the XKR-S, the most powerful production Jaguar ever.
In the late '80s and early '90s, Mazda was dumping cash into cars like BP dumped oil into the Gulf of Mexico, so the FD RX-7 was a twin-turbo near-supercar. For one tuning company, its performance still wasn't enough.
Do you like smooth jazz and Spanish guitar? Do you like the color saffron? Then you'll simply adore the Volvo C70.
For quite a long time, Subaru was a competitor on the World Rally Championship circuit with its amazing turbocharged weapons. And that's exacty where the inspiration for the 1998 Impreza 2.5 RS came from, what, with its large wing and non-racing derived 2.5 liter boxer four engine.
For decades, Cadillacs solely appealed to a "mature audience." But in 1997, they built a car to appeal to the Spice Girl set.
In MotorWeek parlance, the Fiero 2M4 can be literally translated as a "very proud, two body, mid mounted engine, four cylinder engine, sweetheart." We're not sure where they got sweetheart, but we never question John Davis.
Stainless steel finish. Volvo engine. Backbone chassis. Gullwing doors. Alleged money laundering. Manufacturing in Northern Ireland.
The Ford Five Hundred is a machine that draws its styling and engineering from Ford's vast global empire. Can't you tell? Just look at it. This thing is elegance.
At just over 3,000 pounds, the Lotus Evora weighs half a ton more than the spritely Elise. That makes it more of a Lotus Escalade than a Lotus Miata... or a Lotus Lotus.
In 1988, Maserati took a page from the Honda handbook and added a small Si badge to the end of the Biturbo name.
The Porsche 911 has been around since the 1960s, and has looked pretty much the same for that entire time.
Remember the Malibu Maxx? It was the hatchback version of the old Malibu and it wasn't completely terrible. The trick rear seat was probably the coolest part, since it would slide AND recline.