It might sound like a cheaper alternative with real benefits, but it's actually incredibly dangerous.
You might not think Alaska has a bunch of American muscle hiding in its barns. You'd be wrong.
If I were in the market for an H1, this is the one I'd get.
The perfect holiday gift for the last-gen GT owner in your family.
This is a street-legal Jeep that can do elevens in the quarter-mile.
As if the Demon didn't already sound good enough.
The numbers are small, and you probably won't feel the extra power. But they do work.
If you’ve got a kid or a friend who wants to learn how to drive stick, here’s a simple way to explain the process.
The driving season is coming to a close in Germany, which means it's time for another video full of crashes from the Green Hell.
Considering these things are worth nearly $150,000 in good condition, we'd say this is an impressive discovery.
This is absurd. We love it.
Whether a wheel is bent, curbed, or scraped, these pros have the tools to make it look new again.
Depending on how you crush an alloy wheel, the results can be spectacular.
Interested in obscure cars? You're going to love this collection.
Does the Italian tune-up actually work? It depends.
It doesn't look like any other Land Rover. Depending on what you're into, that could be a good thing.
Damage that could be repaired with a pen on most cars is enough to render an Elise dead, at least to an insurance company.
Alcohol is combustable, which means in theory, it might actually work. But there's a whole lot more going on.
For $14,689, you can do a whole lot better car-wise than this 1:8 scale Le Mans race car. But it's still cool.
It's a method called "Multispark" ignition, and it makes engines more efficient at low loads.
Ever wonder exactly what a differential does when you get it spinning? Here's your answer.
Ever wonder what "VTEC kicking in" actually means? Well, here's an explainer.
This thing is sweet as hell.
This brutal rally crash shows how a roll cage can prevent racers from being crushed—even if the rest of the car isn't so lucky.
A look inside of the engine powering some of the quickest cars on the planet.
"There will be no new 16-cylinder," says Bugatti CEO Stephan Winkelmann.
Angelo Paletta is obsessed with the Ford brand. His wild garage speaks for itself.
Thinking about tackling a carb rebuild? This two-part video guide could be a huge help.