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Do loud pipes save lives? We don't know ... but they can definitely pop airbags.

Surprisingly, there are only nine two-door coupes on the market in America that are available for less than $30,000 new. Here's a list.

The 1,000 horsepower classic is a head-turner.

It's much more than just a big engine in a classic body.

A SEMA concept with pieces that might make production. And eye-searing paint.

That's less than two seconds off the BMW M4 GTS.

If you thought American cars only go in a straight line, this video will change your mind.

The Chevrolet Camaro, Kia Forte, and Nissan Maxima also earned awards.

Does more power make a Camaro SS more better?

Brute American muscle cars at their best.

Ford and Chevy face off in this never-ending grudge match.

And the modern-day muscle car wars continue unabated.

So... 650 is less than 707, but more than 640. Math is fun!

Our spy photographers catch Bumblebee and Barricade out filming.

Tire smoke may be harmful to your health.

As if the line lock feature on the 2017 Chevy Camaro ZL1 wasn't sweet enough, the way it was revealed was even better. Running up the hill at the 2016 Goodwood Festival of Speed, GM Global Lead for Product Development chief Mark Reuss stopped on the track, activated the function, and left the crowd "swaythed in factory rubber smoke" to quote the British announcers. The function is activated through the launch control menu when the car is in Track mode and the transmission is in Drive or first g

A hint of smoke foreshadowed a major flare-up.

Both father and son managed to escape the rear-drive inferno, but we're betting the car is a total loss.

Turns out American muscle cars aren’t that strong according to IIHS crash tests. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety put three iconic American sports cars through a range of performance crash tests.

Looks mean, sounds meaner.

Chevy is back on the 'Ring with the Camaro ZL1, this time with two cars without any camouflage.

A drag-prepped first generation Camaro goes headlong into a cyclone fence after a failed burnout leaving Reno Cars and Coffee.

Motor Trend takes a whack at predicting the next Z/28's engine.

Yes, there's a lot of speculation here, but it's informed and logical. According to MT, the next Z/28 will get a 7.0-liter V8 with 540 to 565 hp.

Spy video captures a prototype 2017 Chevy Camaro Z/28 at the Nurburgring in Germany. Despite the crash it's a great look at the new track focused Z/28.

Plus, we get to hear the grumble of a small-block V8.

Company claims first to second, second to third, and third to fourth are all faster than the German dual-clutch.

Chevy just fired a 10-speed shot across Porsche's bow.

How long will it take for GM to announce a new 'Ring lap time?

The next Z/28 looks to sport the most aggressive aero package ever seen on a Chevy Camaro.

Roger Penske will celebrate the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 by driving the Camaro SS 50th Anniversary Edition pace car.

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