Last year Hyundai revealed the Veloster RM concept, putting a turbo four smack in the middle of its sport hatch. Now it's brought it back as the RM15 form at the 2015 Seoul Motor Show, complete carbon-fiber bodywork.
Lord March takes a ride around Goodwood in the Beast of Turin, the 1911 Fiat S76 land-speed-record machine with a 28-liter four-cylinder engine that's set to be shown off at the Festival of Speed this summer.
With only 28 examples made, seeing a McLaren F1 GTR doing what it was made to do is a rare sight indeed. And for the 73rd Members' Meeting, Goodwood brought out 16 of them and put them all on the track together.
Audi shows off the 2015 R18 e-tron Quattro, which uses more hybrid power and less diesel fuel, making it faster and more fuel efficient. Bodywork revisions front front to back are capped off by a brand new set of Laserlight headlights.
Deltawing Technology Group announces it is developing a two-seat GT-class race car, alongside two- and four-door street-legal passenger cars. According to modeling carried out by Meszler Engineering Services, a DeltaWing road car would return 57 miles per gallon combined when powered by a 138-horsepower, four-cylinder engine.
F1, Le Mans, rally, hillclimbs... Toyota Motorsport GmbH has done it all, and keeps almost all of its machinery in a hall underneath one of its wind tunnels. Xcar swung through Cologne, Germany, to check it all out, and thankfully didn't forget to bring a video camera or two along.
From the Peak of Mt Washtington to the Outer Ring of the Arctic Circle, These Are Our Favorite Snow-Covered Moments of The List
Take a look back at some of the most wondrous winter driving moments in the history of The List. Watch Jessi and Patrick as they brave the cold to conquer various icy challenges, including climbing Mount Washington, driving a Pro-2 truck, and venturing to the arctic circle.
When You Talk To The Fans, You Find People Who Are Loving EVs
We spent the day wandering around the Formula E debut in Miami, watching the many fast cars and wondering what the many fans thought about these electric speed demons. Turns out, people like fast things.