Toyota Tacoma X-Runner RTR Is Really Ready To Race

To make certain Toyota's new SEMA project truck — the Tacoma X-Runner RTR — lives up to its "Ready to Race" name, ToMoCo engineers slipped the full-size Tundra's 5.7-liter V8 under the hood. Beige sure ain't bitin' this pickup. [PickupTrucks] » 10/05/10 8:45pm 10/05/10 8:45pm

Right To Repair Laws: Good For Consumers?

Legislators in Massachusetts have introduced a "right to repair" bill forcing automakers to publish repair and diagnostic software reserved for dealerships, so you and your local mechanic have access. Sound like common sense? Predictably, manufactures are fighting to kill it. » 7/19/10 12:00pm 7/19/10 12:00pm

Mustang RTR: An RTR-C Without The Carbon Fiber, Insane Price

Do you like the all-carbon fiber Mustang RTR-C but lack deep enough pockets to buy one? You're in luck. There's also this non-carbon-fiber Mustang RTR that's considerably cheaper, still drifts as hard, AND it'll be a dealer-installable kit. » 11/02/09 12:30pm 11/02/09 12:30pm

Mustang RTR-C: A $135,000 Carbon Fiber Super-'Stang

Drift-master Vaughn Gittin Jr. has build an all carbon fiber-body, 550 HP monster called the Mustang RTR-C, debuting at SEMA. Since it turned out so well, he's decided to sell ten to the public — for $135,000 each. » 11/02/09 11:00am 11/02/09 11:00am

FortuneSport Rt.R and Rt.S To Weigh Less Than 2000 Pounds, Confuse US…

Today we received an interesting little press release in our mailbox announcing auto manufacturing newcomer FortuneSport and their intent to produce high-performance, ultra-lightweight sports cars in short order. They claim the FortuneSport Rt.R, a race spec, 515 HP V8-powered, semi-monocoque, mid-engine sports car… » 7/23/08 5:00pm 7/23/08 5:00pm