CNET On Cars
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If you feel that a standard Mustang is somewhat lacking then Shelby is the name to turn to. XCAR took the GT/SC out for a spin in the desert to see if it truly could be the perfect American ride.
Today's show features a very successful potato salad Kickstarter, and a futuristic city with climate control. Which one would you back?
The grace and poise of the Bentley Continental GT V8 S Convertible get a loud counterpoint with its muscle car engine note.
There's no point in mincing words on this one -- the Bentley Flying Spur is a muscle car for people with not just some, but ALL THE MONEY.
Muscle cars of the '60s and '70s helped define a generation; we check out how technologies from those cars and that era started trends that are hot today.
Chrysler's Mopar performance group shows that it can be a jack-of-all-trades at SEMA, showcasing a varitety of custom vehicles for road, dirt, and track.
The Bentley Flying Spur comes with luxury as standard. It can also top 200 mph while massaging your spine.
The Caped Crusader's car styled after the original Batman comics is going on the auction block. Own a piece of history starting at a mere $90,000.
The 2015 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack has the muscle car power (and fuel economy) to back up its nostalgic name, but it's also got some surprising tech.
Saleen might be a name you more readily associate with muscle cars, but the latest to get the tuner's attention is the Tesla Model S. XCAR went to find out the why and the how.