Did the beastly AMG G63 beat a tuned Leon Cupra R ST and a stock RS3 Sportback? .
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Despite dating back to the 1990s, the 190E Evo II is one of Germany’s most iconic sports sedans.
This 2005 V70 R boasts a turbocharged 2.5-liter inline-five with some mods and a six-speed manual.
Both versions of the X8 would be plug-in hybrids, with the M being focuses on performance.
Tesla wants the new plant to be up and running by 2021, with the Model Y the first model to be produced .
Can the smaller, less powerful and lighter Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio beat the 641 HP Lamborghini Urus?.
This eye-catching Range Rover concept features an advanced suspension that would allow it to play both roles.
This 325i has just 6,794 miles, but still, $65k is too much for a non-M3 Bimmer.
The lower monthly payments attract buyers, but they fail to realize the interest rates are much higher.
This is Lyft’s largest single deployment of EVs to date, and also the largest in Colorado’s history.
A big, sports-oriented, diesel-powered S6 Sedan sounds like an interesting package, doesn’t it?.
The Hunkt Canticie is priced at roughly a tenth of what a Range Rover Sport sells for .
This is number 237 of only 250 911 Sport Classics ever made and has less than 700 miles on the odo.
The i30 Fastback N is very similar to the hatch, but manages to haves its own distinct personality.
Both the 720S and Senna are powered by twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8s, but each has its own, distinct character.
GM intended to show off a new EV in prototype guise, but will instead have a much smaller presence at the event.
It sure ain’t cheap, but with 444 HP, sharp handling and decent room, the RS5 Sportback has a lot going for it.
This Delahaye recreation is powered by a 5.6-liter V8 with 230 HP and has an $126k asking price.
VW’s supervisory board decided to boost spending on EVs and new tech for the next 5 years.
Ferrari will launch additional 10 new models in the next four years, but 2020 will be a year of consolidation.
A Russian magnate and billionaire Roger Penske are thought to be among Mercedes F1’s possible new owners.