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Has any Morgan ever screamed as hard as this?

Find yourself a piece of open road, push the revs to about 5,500 and you'll be slightly horrified at just how fast this little car will go.

On the anniversary of the 924 coupe, we take a longing look back at history.

Some of Porsche's finest have been front-engined transaxle coupes. But will Stuttgart ever make another?

You may not know about these five cars that have made Acura into the largely successful brand it is today.

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Lightweight model is $14K less than Z06, $10K more than base Corvette.

The new Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport hits a sweet spot on the performance spectrum. The Convertible is $70,445.

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Roush sticks a supercharger on the 5.0-liter V8.

More power and less suspension than a Raptor, and it's available now.

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McLaren Special Operations' Heritage Division has maintained the F1 to exacting standards.

McLaren is selling a rare, beautifully maintained, low-mileage example of the legendary F1 hypercar. Call your accountant now, oligarchs.

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Seems like good competition for the Camaro 1LE.

We're hoping this package brings some more power in addition to the visual changes.

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What took you so long?

We take Maserati's first crossover off-road so you don't have to.

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Only the base MX-5 undercuts the Fiat roadster's base price.

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The Korean-market Avante Sport gives us a good preview of the sporty compact sedan we'll get.

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Coupe raced in the 1980 24 Hours of Le Mans.

Porsche Great Britain will mark the 924's 40th birthday by restoring a 924 GTP that raced at Le Mans. The car comes from Porsche's archives.

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Company founder was born April 28, 1916.

Hemmings celebrates the 100th birthday of Ferruccio Lamborghini with an in-depth profile of the man behind the raging bull-badged supercar company.

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Kaiser Manhattan, Corrado G60, Hellcat, or something else?

Superchargers have been available on production cars going back to the 1920s. Which one is coolest?

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The 993 Targa was great, but now all air-cooled Porsches are frighteningly pricey.

As air-cooled Porsche prices spike, MotorWeek shows the joy of owning one by remembering the 1996 911 Targa.

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Transmissions could mysteriously shift into first on certain 2011 and 2012 models.

Ford will recall certain Mustang, F-150, Expedition, and Lincoln Navigator models from 2011 and 2012 because the gearbox can suddenly shift into first gear. There are three accidents linked to the problem but no injuries.

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At the Beijing Motor Show this week, Bentley CEO Wolfgang Durheimer reportedly confirmed that a Speed version of the Bentayga is on its way – with even more power and pace than the leading model on which it will be based.

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Following initial reports that Jaguar wasn't interested in building any more wagons, design chief Ian Callum indicates that a new XF Sportbrake could yet be in the works.

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This must be the sauciest Morgan to ever leave the company's Pickersleigh Road works.

An antediluvian roadster with a Cosworth-tuned Ford Duratec 2.0-liter which red lines at 8,000 rpm. Has any Morgan ever screamed as hard as this?

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There's also a free lunch, proving the old adage wrong.

5 signs we may get a new range-topper from Zuffenhausen

Evidence is mounting that Porsche may have a sportscar above the 911 Turbo under development.

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Our latest round of BMW M5 spy shots gives us our first look at production headlights, taillights, and wheels, and leaves us speculating about OLED tech.

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