For all its 12 cylinders of raging Italian bravura, the Lamborghini Aventador has been known more for preening in Monaco or Miami than for screaming around a racetrack. That notion is shattered by the
As British cyclist Alex Dowsett was preparing last winter for an assault on the one-hour time-trial world record, his sports science team was fretting over the details – like the optimal temperature at
View 10 Photos A reader recently sent in shots of a Ford Focus RS mule conducting high-altitude testing. Now, our spy photographers have caught one testing in Michigan virtually undisguised. These shots
It's not just a Ranger, it's a 1991 SkyRanger—one of fewer than 20 built. And it's for sale on eBay. The Ford Ranger is one of the most mass-produced pickups ever, and so it may surprise many to know there's
General Motors has announced a recall of 330,198 fullsize pickups in the US in the aftermath of the announcement made on May 19 that doubled the number of vehicles being called in to replace Takata's airbag
It's possible the Lamborghini Gallardo would have had an even grander reputation as an everyday exotic if more people had used it to tow trailers and lug home-renovation materials from store to workshop.
Sergio Marchionne is adamant that global automakers will have to merge to remain profitable in the near future, and he'll tell that to anyone who's listening. Mary Barra, however, is not interested. According
Researchers at Audi have managed to do something that at first blush sounds impossible, or at least, highly illogical: They’ve created a small batch of synthetic gasoline without using any petroleum whatsoever.
At the very last minute, Dodge decided the 707-hp Hellcats needed a mascot. Here's how the company came up with the final design. Having cobbled together a psychotic supercharged golem to drop between
View 28 Photos Your technical director joined the Society of Automotive Engineers back in his college days at the University of Illinois during the Reagan era and has been faithfully attending the group's
We’re used to seeing motorcycle and surf culture intersect. But in chilly Stockholm? Where the average July temperature is just 18°C (64°F)? Strangely enough, the juxtaposition of moto and surf lifestyles
(Update: Google apologizes, removes it) Oh no, they didn’t! A giant Android pees on Apple in Google Maps
Update: Google has issued a statement to The Washington Post, apologizing for the now-removed image of a bugdroid peeing on an Apple logo in Google Maps. Google spokesperson Mara Harris says: We’re sorry
Way back in 1987, we knew the GNX would become seriously collectable. Did we dream one could sell for $165,000, though? Maybe. This article originally appeared in the June 1987 issue of Road & Track. this
This restomod fixes the main problem with old cars. There’s nothing wrong with old cars except the fact that they’re old. Bodies rust, suspensions creak, and most engines eventually eat themselves. Ford
It’s been a huge year for custom motorcycles. They’re back with a bang, and the mainstream media has noticed. Even the Financial Times has picked up on the resurgence, reporting on The Comeback of the
These are stories Report on Business is following Monday, March 30, 2015. Give and take Provincial governments are wasting little time snatching back the breaks the Canadian government gave taxpayers.