You may think of the Mustang as a drag-strip special, a muscle car built for straight lines and stoplight hauls. Ford, though, is serious about making the iconic pony car a significant performance machine both at the drag strip and on the race track.
The fire-breathing, 200-mile-per-hour CTS-V is a testament to how well Cadillac accomplished its mission of building an amazing sports sedan.
The Volvo XC40 compact crossover is the culmination of Volvo's revamped lineup under Geely, creating the best entry-level luxury crossover on sale today.
Nearly a million people are expected to visit the New York International Auto Show this week.
The company's new all-electric Battista hypercar produces a whopping 1,900 horsepower and reaches 60 miles per hour in under two seconds.
An official price hasn't been released, but don't expect a bargain. The standard Chiron Sport costs $3.26 million, so expect that the 20 buyers who opt for a '110 ans Bugatti' edition are shelling out a truly stratospheric sum.
Mercedes is showing off two redesigned coupes at the New York International Auto Show: the 2020 CLA 35 AMG and 2020 GLC coupe.
The Wrangler — and its fanatical owners — helped create the culture of adventure, personalization and durability that define the Jeep brand.
The Miata is about as simple as cars get. It's a two-door, rear-wheel drive roadster that weighs just 2,339 pounds, compared with 3,572 pounds for the Toyota Camry. The result of this simplicity is a predictable and delightful driving experience.