Racing is in America's blood. This country has created some of the boldest, most successful, and most innovative racecars in history. Here are 16 of our favorites—and they only scratch the surface of rich
BMW’s hydrogen strategy is starting to take shape. The company has been working on hydrogen-powered cars since 1984, but for a long time the focus remained on the internal-combustion engine. The efforts,
View 11 Photos BMW has been researching fuel cell technology for over a decade now, but development seems to be acceleration ever since the automaker locked down a partnership with Toyota back in 2013.
Hi-Po Silver! Porsche's 918 Spyder is the quickest production car yet. Here's how it makes the numbers. Flush as we are with nutty performance cars at the moment, we should remember that automobiles as
Maniacally-boosted 1.5-liter turbo engines and limited grip made this qualifying session during the last F1 race in 1985 a stunning test of bravery for a young Ayrton Senna. It was 1980s Formula 1 at finest.
According to Autocar, Volkswagen will debut a new Microbus concept for the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The concept previews a production model that is planned to arrive in the next few years,
The Ferrari F40 stands as an icon of its era and might be the greatest supercar of all time. The wedge-like shape and squared-off headlights scream high-performance of the late '80s, and the 2.9-liter
View 2 Photos The successful career of two sophisticated and sporty BMW models is drawing to an end as production of both the classic Z8 Roadster and the high-performance M5 Sedan is soon to be discontinued.
Walkaround The 5 Series is lean and masculine, with the classic proportions of a sports sedan. It's got a fairly low beltline and fairly large greenhouse. the 2015 facelift brought new lines around the