Ford doesn't sell the Ranger Raptor in the U.S., so we drove one in Europe to find out just how much fun we're missing.
What's the only way to increase the excitement of a V-12 supercar? Take off the roof.
Genesis has always offered good value. Now, it's starting to offer an identity.
Not quite a production car, but far more than a mule.
You all have been begging for a fast Audi wagon in the U.S. Now it's time to write that check.
Even at $195,000, it's a supercar bargain.
All-wheel steering and impeccable brakes make the Evo the quickest car we tested at this year's Performance Car of the Year.
443 miles to honor a friend, meeting Guy Fieri along the way.
The first vehicle to wear the Polestar badge is the twisty-roads hybrid coupe of your dreams. If only your dreams were this pretty.
Zero to 60 in 3.3 seconds. A 10.6-second quarter-mile. Amazingly, it all feels normal.
If you're dying for a manual Vantage, you might want to wait for the base car.
Loud, proud, and more aggressive than ever, the fender-flared Charger is the most exciting argument in favor of a four-door.
No, it’s not a “real” AMG. But it is a good car.
Big, bold, and a little show-offy. And with the 3.0-liter diesel V-6, capable of 25 mpg.
As part of PCOTY testing, we timed the mid-engine Corvette at Thunderhill West. Here's our quickest lap.
Not great, but good. And a sign of amazing things to come.