Carmakers keep flooding us with more and more cars every year. It’s no wonder we forget about a few along the way.
Remember these? When was the last time you saw one?
In 2011, famed Florida Porsche dealer Brumos Porsche crafted five factory-built special editions designed to honor Hurley Haywood's prolific racing career. They were called the 911 Carrera GTS B59s. Now, three years later, we get to see where they ended up.
The original Audi TT was a handsome little bugger, but it was always lacking under the hood. Audi's quattro GmbH built one with Audi's 2.7 liter turbo V6, which is more Audi RS4 than TT. Fourtitude's George Achorn has the inside look.
They only made 31 Diablo SV-Rs in 1996. It was the first Lamborghini officially built for racing purposes, and only a few were converted for the road, including this car. It's not just patriotic, it wears the Stars and Stripes because it was the only American entry into the Lamborghini Supertrophy Series.
Admit it. The Chrysler Crossfire has slipped your mind. Days, no weeks — months, a year, two, three — have gone by, and no Chrysler Crossfire, a car to which you once probably devoted a thought here and there. How could something once present in your consciousness just go away like that?
When I was younger (and arguably less intelligent) my friends and I dabbled in a bit of ‘urban exploring’ to supplement our automotive thrills. We’d track down old abandon buildings in the post-industrial decay of metropolitan St. Louis and venture around the properties. What we never found, though, was a legitimate…
There's no question that the all-wheel-drive, flat six-powered Subaru XT6 is one of the coolest cars of the past few decades. But what was it like when it was new? Motorweek has the answer.
The Jarama is the Lambo we keep forgetting.
When you hear the words "Rolls-Royce Myth" chances are you imagine stories of engineers flown out to remote deserts to effect repairs on Rollers before their wealthy owners' caviar-cones melt, or perhaps tales of the fairy genocide that was the result of the systematic capture and metal-casting of fairies to make…