Lexus doesn't pretend the LC500 has any business setting a Nurburgring time. And that's great.
Alex Kierstein is Senior Editor at Autoblog. As he gets older, his taste in cars and trucks has gotten decidedly more eccentric, so don’t be surprised if you find his Twitter feed full of obscure Japanese kei cars and classic Volvo rally cars. Alex started out at Turn 10 Studios working on the Forza Motorsport franchise, and then spent a few years with Road & Track’s online operations as Managing Digital Editor. He joined Autoblog in 2015.
Dany Bahar's company specializes in reinterpreting existing cars in a bespoke way. The Panther is the latest project.
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Glorious excess wearing a bowtie.
The new Toyota FT-AC concept borrows some of the FT-4X's novelty without quite the same amount of charisma.
We first saw the Urb-E at CES. Smitten by its unusual, space-efficient design, range, and the obvious craftsmanship, we ordered one.
So far, we've seen sand and snow.
A perfect blend of V8 engines, manual transmissions, and winding California roads.
If you can find a better fullsize SUV, buy it.
Supercapacitors, not batteries, power this wild creation.
Details are scarce, but it looks like it'll be quite fast. It'll use Murray's iStream production process, too.
A case study in how not to launch a brand campaign.
Plus, it offers an unexpected benefit.
If the Model X isn't special enough for you, there's this.
Former FBI Director Robert Mueller's first indictments reveal that Range Rover and Mercedes-Benz vehicles were used to hide funds from feds.
A bunch of handling technology and a healthy dose of lightweighting complement a massive restyle inside and out. But which engine makes for the best Cayenne?