A reader sent in these photos of what look like the new Porsche 911 GT2 doing hot weather testing in Dubai. I’m not so sure about that—this car might be something even weirder.
The Tesla Model 3 is supposed to make or break Tesla, and it’s supposed to go into production in just three months. But the weird thing is, no one’s seen a clean shot of a release candidate yet (save for a crappy, brief clip posted last month). Until now. This is a prototype just spotted running around, and if Elon’s…
Well, that’s not exactly right. It looks like a baby Acura NSX, but I have reason to believe that it’s not quite as exciting as that. Well, that’s not quite right either. It’s exciting, but, well, you know what, let me try to explain.
Steve McQueen’s car chase in the 1968 movie Bullitt is still reckoned to be one of the most epic automotive action moments of all time. It also made McQueen’s dark green fastback the most famous Mustang in Hollywood, save perhaps Gone In 60 Seconds’ “Eleanor.” Now it looks like Ford might be planning a new…
You could argue that the entire Jeep brand is built around the face of the Jeep Wrangler. Can you think of an automotive design more distinctive? With a redesigned 2018 Jeep Wrangler on the horizon, we’re all keen to see the new grille. And it looks like we might have our best look at it yet right here.
This, dear reader, is a 2018 Opel Insignia Sports Tourer. If you live in America there’s a good chance you don’t care what a new Opel wagon looks like because you assume you can’t buy one anyway. But you might be able to, soon! Because word on the street is this thing is the next Buick Regal wagon.
What appears to be a McLaren 650S Spider rigged up for development testing has reportedly been spotted on the mountain roads of Spain. Is there a new variant in the pipeline?
Could this be the return of the cool stoplight-style taillights from the old Supra? The latest spy shots over at SupraMKV.com show more close-to-production flourishes we haven’t seen before, including a more pronounced proboscis, a sculpted side and a curvaceous rear end with two horizontal taillights and a ducktail…
Here we see a scooped, caged Jeep Grand Cherokee rolling on manufacturer plates down some Detroit area byway. It’s definitely something, but is that supercharger whine or just wind noise I hear?
Could this be the world’s worst stanced Mopar? Could this be the work of Detroit’s worst alignment shop? Or could this actually be a prototype of Dodge’s new widebody ADR Challenger Hellcat?
Leaked photos of teaser images of the next Ram truck’s front and rear ends have been circulating, and I finally realized what the headlight design reminds me of– it has the same LED accent-pincher as the current Dodge Charger.
This is Lamborghini. A certainty. A possibility? Perhaps more. Could it be more? Maybe it could be more? Or.........less.
Cops from three different law enforcement agencies came down on a crew of 2017 Ford GT prototypes Tuesday morning for doing more than double the speed limit on Interstate 70 in Colorado. The test drivers will have to come back to serve court summonses according to Avon, Colo.’s police chief.
The upcoming, much awaited Toyota Supra was captured for the first time on video entering and leaving the BMW M Test Center at the Nürburgring, and it sounds absolutely delightful.
We’ve known for some time that Mercedes-Benz will be building a mid-sized pickup truck in the near future. Or at least, they’ll rebadge a Nissan. But this week somebody seems to have actually spotted the thing cruising around Germany.
A reader named Michael was riding his bicycle–I Googled that, it’s like a motorcycle that uses a human as an engine– over Monarch Pass in Colorado, when he saw this: a pair of Ford GTs in the wild, matte grey, involved in some sort of testing.
I don’t know if I’m ready to live in a world where the Toyota Supra is coming back oh my god I’m hyperventilating please yes I am painfully excited for Toyota’s idea of a world-conquering sports car to return.
There’s nothing quite like Death Valley to shake down a car. Not only is it the hottest place in the United States, but the twisty park roads and scenery are quite lovely—so long as your car works. So, naturally, we saw quite a few automotive testers when the LeMons Rally took us straight to Car Hell.
Faraday Future, the Chinese-backed next-big-thing-we-swear! car company, massively blew its first chance to prove its credibility when it presented a weirdo concept as its first car. All we wanted to see was a real vehicle, but Faraday kept their production car hidden. And now it appears we have our first glimpse.