The Morgan Motor Company may be regarded by some as a quaint relic of Britain’s storied automotive past.
At a time when most automobile engines were simple 1- or 2-cylinder affairs, French manufacturer de Dion-Bouton debuted a 4-cylinder motor for factory racing—as well as the world’s first independe
The Lamborghini Murciélago LP 650-4 Roadster was conspicuously absent from the Italian marque’s display at the Geneva International Motor Show in March.
The new BMW S 1000 RR is a 193 hp bruiser that weighs only 455 pounds, thanks to its aluminum bridge frame.
When Ferrari builds road-going versions of its competition vehicles, the names of those cars often allude to the brand’s racing heritage.
In 2007, Canada’s Bombardier Recreational Products caught the attention of motoring enthusiasts when it debuted the outlandish Can-Am Spyder, a $16,200 three-wheeled roadster with
Lotus Cars founder Colin Chapman had a simple formula for making cars faster: "To add speed, add lightness." More than 25 years after Chapman’s death, his company’s automobiles continue to embody
If you’ve ever walked away from a harrowing car wreck, chances are good that Mercedes-Benz had a hand in your survival — even if you weren’t driving a Mercedes at the time.
Ducati’s Monster is the best-selling motorcycle in the history of the Italian brand, but the model’s ubiquity has sent some enthusiasts in search of more rarified rides.
Even with less than restrained optioning, it’d be a mighty stretch to suggest that the elfin Lotus Elise—all 1,984 pounds of it—could ever be overburdened by creature comforts and
If racing improves the breed, Buell’s road-going superbike takes a quantum leap in credibility with the 1125R’s sweeping success in the AMA’s Daytona SportBike class.
No sports car asserts the spirit of the American hot-rodder more clearly than Carroll Shelby’s original AC Cobra.
Mercedes-Benz is bringing back the gullwing doors that helped make the 1950s-era 300SL coupe one of the most sought-after collector cars.
It’s easy to drive right past the headquarters of Farbio Sports Cars, the United Kingdom’s newest—and perhaps coolest—maker of exotic cars.
The last of anything—a picture show, a Mohican, or an out at Yankee Stadium—is inevitably a cue for remembrance.
In a move that recalls its Enzo-derived FXX racer, Ferrarinow turns up the heat on the 599 GTB Fiorano, creating the dazzling new 599XX.
Once a year, a sea of die-hard BMW enthusiasts converges at Jim Hyde’s 500-acre compound in Castaic, California, with the simple goal of exploring the limits of themselves and the
Never mind the economy: Maybach is still making money.
Ural’s early reputation for iffy reliability came from their insistence on manufacturing every last nut and bolt in-house.