Although the Petersen Automotive Museum’s recent trip to the drag strip had some road blocks, a couple of classics took to the line.
Including two of his legendary Gymkhana beasts and a rare Ford RS200.
Big Oly is billed as the world’s most famous Bronco.
The limited-edition two-seat roadster brings 825 horses to the party.
A version of one of history’s most famous race cars that can be driven around town.
The plug-in pickup’s optional 7.2-kW PowerBoost generator can be used to keep the lights on.
Edmunds found that the German automaker’s first EV outperformed its EPA estimate by 59 percent.
The Detroit automaker will make just 40 examples of the variant over the next two years.
Hired by the automaker when he was 34 years old, the talented creative was pivotal in shaping some of the company’s most iconic models.