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Hoonigan finds a better way to spend Black Friday than standing in long lines for the chance at great deals by drifting a pair of thousand-horsepower Nissan 370Zs in and around an abandoned shopping mall in Southern California.


Proof Positive Of Honda's Performance Pulse

The dead S2000 and general lack of zeal aside, the Accord Coupe V6 is the best example of Honda's continued willingness to build fun cars.


Gulling Motors finds a 1953 Bentley R-Type Continental in a garage in Hancock Park, Los Angeles that Ian Fleming ordered for his friend Ivar Bryce.


Petrolicious shows the advantages of perseverance in a video about a young man's restoration of a 1976 BMW 2002.


Infiniti's new Q60 coupe was spotted before its big debut in the Motor City.


McLaren is planning an additional body style for its new Sports Series.


Chris Harris brings together the Porsche 918 Spyder, Ferrari LaFerrari, and McLaren P1 at the Portimao circuit to find out which one is the quickest. He also invites Tiff Needell and Marino Franchitti for a track battle.


Nissan Australia's managing director tells Motoring magazine that he can't see the next-generation GT-R appearing before 2020.


Bentley CEO Wolfgang Durheimer says that if the EXP 10 Speed 6 concept reaches production, it could come with an EV powertrain and up to 500 horsepower.


Artists Cao Fei and John Baldessari will create the 18th and 19th BMW art cars, respectively. Both vehicles will be based on the M6 GT3, and they might compete in a US race.


Xcar drives three different versions of the first-generation NSX, exploring what made that car so good that the new one is still trying to live up to it.

Car and Driver has named its 10Best list that includes some permanent favorites, triumphant returns, and a couple of surprises as well.


Ford swings through Los Angeles with the new GT racer it will field at the 24 Hours of Le Mans next year, 50 years since the original's landmark victory.


Jay Leno will get a detailed look at the new Ford GT in the upcoming episode of his TV show on CNBC. This teaser provides a tantalizing idea of what to expect.


The new GT4 Clubsport retains the road car's 3.8-liter flat-six, but replaces the suspension with bits from the 911 GT3 Cup race car.


Honda stuck pretty closely to its New York Auto Show concept for the 2016 Civic Coupe, retaining popular style items like the fastback roofline.


Motor Trend gave its Golden Calipers to the 2016 Chevy Camaro as the Car of the Year. The new coupe beat out performance machines like the latest Audi TT and Mercedes AMG GT S to earn the award. The magazine also honored Subaru of America CEO Thomas Doll as Person of the Year.


Lamborghini has ditched the all-wheel drive system and shaved the output from the Huracán LP610-4 to give driving purists the rear-drive pleasure of the new LP580-2.


Volkswagen takes inspiration from classic Baja Bugs for the 2016 Beetle Dune and brings an offroad-inspired look to coupes and convertibles.


Watch as we pit an unaerodynamic brick of a Mercedes-Benz SUV against the futuristic hybrid BMW i8. On a dragstrip. Because why not?


RM Sotheby's estimates that this rare, low-mileage BMW M1 will fetch as much as $1 million, setting a new record for its type when it goes up for sale in New York next month.

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