What's New in Automobiles

Iconic cars built in the United States will parade 2,400 miles to their birthplace in Detroit…
The insanely fast First Edition has a new interior package and comes with a custom Breitling watch…
Only one street example of Panoz’s 1997 Le Mans entry was built, but more are in the works…
The racy roadster accelerates from zero to 62 mph in 2.9 seconds and hits a top speed of 203 mph…
The world’s finest automakers saved some of the year’s most exciting reveals for the West Coast…
With a racecar’s wheel differential and weight dispersal, its top speed is just shy of 200 mph…
The first American motorcycle manufacturer is back in fine form with the release of the Scout Sixty…
The 707 hp Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat has its performance priorities straight…
Before Ferrari’s IPO, investing in the marque meant collecting classics, and these buyers went big…
In honor of the classic sports car’s 50th anniversary, 50 of the all-aluminum cars will be made…
BMW drives John Baldessari and Cao Fei to new artistic heights…
From a ’33 Imperial Phaeton to a ’35 Imperial Airflow, everyone’s eyes were on the American brand…
The supercharged Caddy has a top speed and zero-to-60-mph time worthy of its European competitors…
Photography by Mark Davidson
The community garage is essentially an elite car gallery and a happening bar all rolled into one…
Finland’s frozen lakes are the perfect playground for Bentley’s new SUV…
Arriving in April, the 420 hp convertible can sprint from zero to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds…
The invitation-only race covered much of the nation’s geographic and cultural landscape…
Having just debuted in Barcelona, the bespoke three-day driving experience will soon go global…
The engineering that went into the car is a radical departure for Aston Martin…
The forthcoming battery-powered crossover has a longer range than the Telsa Model X…

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