Before you call a pushrod engine old-fashioned, know that there's inherent greatness in its design.
Especially in the trunk. I'm not joking.
A simple cylinder head helped bring V8s to the people. And made it obsolete after the war.
Ford's North American car lineup will soon be just the Mustang and the upcoming Focus Active crossover.
When weather got in the way of Vaughn Gittin Jr. drifting his Mustang at the German track, the thundertruck was called in for backup.
It has to do with swords. Seriously.
A Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition engine can achieve 60 percent thermal efficiency. That's incredible.
Bugatti's "Flying Doctor" may know about your Chiron's flat tire before you do.
The third-generation Accord Coupe is a strange bird.
Engineering Explained uses a 3D-printed Chevy LS3 to explain one of the world's greatest engines.
If humans are to colonize Mars, this is an important question to ask.
Ford teased the upcoming Bronco with this image of a boxy, upright 4x4, along with plenty of news about other future products.
The e-Tron GT is set to be Audi Sport's first EV.
Subaru wasn't always family-friendly wagons and rally sedans.
GMC's new full-sizer brings a number of firsts to the pickup-truck party.
Add the Port de la Bonaigua to your automotive bucket list
Zero to 60 mph in 2.7 seconds, going where no first-gen Accord has gone before.
Porsche hasn't sold a diesel-powered car in the US since 2016. Now, it's abandoning the technology completely.
And no, it's not by doing burnouts.
This car will arrive in 2019, when Formula E embarks on its fifth season.
The Land Rover 101 Forward Control laughs at all other vehicles.
Let's dive into the math.
Soon-to-retire Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne confirmed as much at the Detroit Auto Show.
Chevy's finally using aluminum in its full-size pickup, but don't worry, the bed is still steel.
There have been a lot of great Corvettes since the model debuted in 1953. These are the best.
We don't know when the new season will premiere, but we're already excited.
The Smithsonian Channel got an inside look at Porsche's Zuffenhausen factory. It's fascinating.