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Menacing machine gets a 503-horsepower Mercedes 4.0 twin-turbo V8. Could a V12 be far behind?

A 503-hp, 513-lb-ft variant of the 4.0 twin-turbo V8 is specially mapped and tuned for a more trilling and less bombastic engine note.

Tokyo

A muscular, flare-fendered, four-door sport sedan.

This Viziv is a muscular, flare-fendered, four-door sport sedan.

Tokyo

From the Leaf to a minivan, Nismo'ing is superficial, but a return to performance may be coming.

Nissan slaps the Nismo treatment on everything from the Nissan Leaf to the Serena minivan, "even without any great performance boost."

Tokyo

Mazda heads upscale with a design of pure simplicity and love.

Mazda says the Vision Coupe is a move to something "more minimal" and to "encourage pure love."

Review

It costs less, weighs less and is enchanting. But less doesn't equal more driving pleasure.

Aston Martin DB11 a fine driver, even with a V8

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Vintage cars, motorcycles, aircraft and more featured at former racetrack

Brooklands Museum features classic vehicles, British aircraft and more

Opinion

The styling of a six-figure, ultra-luxury Grand Tourer must evolve slowly.

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Sadly, the Sidecar — traditionally made up of equal parts Cognac, Cointreau, and Lemon — is not exactly a morning drink.

Quick Spin

It's not actually a rocket, but it plays one at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral.

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For all its faults, the Pantera was wicked fast for its time.

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How Maranello's homely hypercar ended up in a reboot of a '70s Jigglevision series.

The Enzo wasn't even the most expensive car on set, actually.

First Drive
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Racing used to be exceptionally dangerous. Apparently, so was drinking cocktails like this.

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IBM's Bret Greenstein explains how automobiles will find their voice.

Navigating the tricky road of AI for automotive consumers.

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In a category where excellence is a given, what distinguishes this brand?

The beginnings of another luxury competitor.

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Drink this and don't drive.

The mysterious origins of this suspiciously pink drink have surprisingly little to do with Detroit.