BMW's tagline is very familiar: The Ultimate Driving Machine. For many years BMW lived by that credo, making sure every vehicle in the lineup offered a sporty character and a level of driver involvement
View 26 Photos The idea of a Lexus performance car would have baffled enthusiasts of 20 years ago, but after a recent shift in priorities at the brand, today the words "performance" and "Lexus" are no
View 6 Photos Now that the SL-Class gains a frugal new V-6 option, buyers can get an SL car at a much lower starting price than last year. Mercedes-Benz has just released full pricing for the SL lineup,
If the idea of a Porsche sedan (or, long hatchback) is still off-putting to you, then you might want to look away now. For 2014, the polarizing Panamera has received a midcycle refresh bringing slightly
Next time you pull up to your bank’s drive-thru, look at the vacuum tube funneling to the clerk’s window. Now imagine you’re deposited inside, comfortably reclined, and whisking at subsonic speeds across
The last 2014 Ford Shelby GT500 Convertible was sold on Saturday at a Barrett-Jackson auction in Reno, Nevada, for $500,000. Ford donated the Mustang to be auctioned for charity, and all of the money going
The new Chevrolet Corvette Stingray might be hogging all the spotlight, but Chevy has another bit of excitement heading to dealers this fall: the new Z/28 Camaro. We first reported on the Z/28 at the New
As we approach the November 18 debut of the new Mini Hardtop, the trickle of news is starting to increase. We've already shown you the exterior of the new hatchback, and now we can show you the interior.
A new name in the evolution of a cult classic. Update: The 2015 BMW M3 and M4 have been officially revealed. Click here for full info and photos. After four generations of the two-door BMW M3, it is time
Five years in development, this new hybrid super coupe goes on sale next summer for about $155,000. We caught up with a barely disguised preproduction model at BMW's proving ground in the South of France.
Don't tell Ray LaHood, but a study from Carnegie Mellon University and the London School of Economics has said "Hold the Phone!" to the argument that talking on a mobile phone while driving raises the