The FIA gives the Electric Production Car Series a stamp of approval, and the first race could come this year Nearly two years after being announced, an all-Tesla racing series has been given full approval
The 2019 model is the first production car with level-3 autonomy. After a sneak peak of the vehicle parking itself and appearing in Spider-Man: Homecoming, the Audi A8 luxury sedan is finally being shown
It’s one of the fastest and most unique cars ever made, and it hasn’t been driven in 25 years. In fact, it’s only been driven six miles…ever. (RM Sotheby's) In 1993 someone with very particular tastes
Porsche 911 GTS driven – 'as good in the real world as on the deserted mountain passes of our dreams'
Someone, I know not whom, once said: "the virtue of a pot lies not in the clay, but the potter’s skill". You’ll never find a car to which it applies more readily than this new Porsche 911 GTS. On paper
With this car, it takes less than six seconds to break every speed law in the country. We already know the Ferrari 488 Spider is a great car. Few other new vehicles can match its blend of performance,
As the world's most famous producer of electric automobiles, Tesla has built an extraordinarily loyal fan base through its dedication to innovation. Of course, the breakneck pace at which Tesla moves a
McLaren's Le Mans win was one of the most stunning in motorsports history. Here's how they pulled it off. A huge part of the McLaren F1's legend is its shock victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1995.
Luke Aikins lands safely in a 30-metre by 30-metre net bordered by lights in Simi Valley in southern California As he prepared to jump out of a plane at 7,600 metres (25,000ft), Luke Aikins could barely
Early one Tuesday morning years ago, I began my effort to save a woman who had been in a car accident. Four weeks later, I had failed. I was 27 the first time I let someone die. Thirteen months after medical
On December 10, 2016, A. A. Gill died in London, less than a month after revealing his cancer diagnosis in The Sunday Times. This article, adapted from his memoir for the September '16 issue of Esquire,
Just minutes later, the pair of Marines guarding a gate in Ramadi, Iraq, were staring down a large blue truck packed with 2,000 pounds of explosives. They could have sought cover, like an Iraqi policeman
After fourteen years of being immersed in the bloody wars of our era, C.J. Chivers came home. The forces of Libyan president Muammar Qaddafi had been firing high-explosive ordnance into the city of Misurata