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Since 1967 the GT500 has been the biggest, baddest Mustang of the lot. In 2020, this pony car is getting something of a rebirth, turning into a beast as capable on the track as it always has been at the strip.
After decades of flirting, GM has finally given us a mid-engine Corvette. Profoundly modernized and brimming with new character, the change should attract many, but could turn off some traditionalists.
The 617-horsepower BMW M8 Competition is a big, bad bruiser that's comfortable, luxurious and perfectly poised for track-attack duty.
A driver’s car through and through, the new Lotus Evora GT is a no-frills sports car that’s easy to love.
A sweet six-cylinder engine and GT3-derived chassis make Porsche’s Cayman GT4 an ideal track weapon.
The best part about Audi's new R8 isn't what has changed, it's what hasn't.
The AMG GT has more features and a new look, but its central appeal -- an effortless, invigorating drive -- is unchanged.
The Lamborghini Huracán Evo lifts the best features from its stable mates as well as adding a few new tricks of its own to create an incredibly compelling proposition.
Saying goodbye to the Volkswagen Beetle by testing the Final Edition model in Mexico.
The big, powerful 8 Series is a return to form for great-driving BMW sports coupes.
The next iteration of McLaren's excellent Long Tail cars, the 600LT proves it's an animal all its own.
How do you turn up the wick on the quintessential British grand tourer without compromising everything else that makes it so good? You start small.
Chevrolet's 755-horsepower super Corvette can be everything to everyone.
Fiat's little pocket-rocket with the killer exhaust note reminds us that excitement doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg.
This high-powered wedge comes from an Orange County firm better known for producing concept and movie cars.
At the Los Angeles Auto Show, BMW debuts an open top version of its futuristic-looking i8 hybrid sports car, also adding driver assistance technologies and more power.
It's more efficient, more agile and has smarter tech than before, but it's still a 'Stang with a standard Line Lock burnout mode!
Take everything good about Aston's latest supercar and drop the top.