It'll show a Veloster N with 45 customizable N Performance parts.
It's lowered and has two winches.
As if we needed another reason to want a Jimny.
The first of Classic Recreations' line of classic muscle-era Mustangs.
Expect a continuous stream of aftermarket parts for Hyundai sport models.
Texas tuner John Hennessey wants to steer the 2018 Lincoln Navigator into some serious performance SUV territory, presently dominated by the Mercedes-Benz G-Class and Range Rover SVR. Upping the power of Lincoln's range-topping sport-utility, from 450 horsepower to an even 600 hp, is enough to hustle the Navigator from 0-60 mph in 4.8 seconds and run the quarter mile in 12.9 seconds at 107 mph.
The Tesla conversions are coming fast and furious.
Nissan launches the Nismo Heritage program to provide hard-to-find OEM parts for the R32 GT-R.
A Ford-licensed body with a modern engine and creature comforts.
More juice for the forthcoming Stinger GT fastback.
Spoiler alert: still won't fit large dogs.
The company will increase the variations it offers.
Both father and son managed to escape the rear-drive inferno, but we're betting the car is a total loss.
Japan-based Wald International unveils an aftermarket kit for the world's best-selling hybrid. Finally.
Car hackers may not want to mess with vehicles in and around the Motor City. A pair of Michigan lawmakers introduced legislation Thursday that would punish anyone who infiltrates a vehicle's electronic systems with penalties as harsh as life imprisonment.
This heavily modified, air-cooled Porsche 911 has been built as a tribute to Porsche's legendary Safari models and is slated for auction on April 10.
A classic Porsche 911 Turbo caught fire inside New York City's Javits Center today, spilling smoke throughout the convention center until the car was doused.
Lots of power and lots of turbocharging help this heavily modified Lamborghini zip through the quarter in 8.6 seconds and hit 173 miles per hour along the way.
Mansory is back at the Geneva Motor Show, and for 2016, it's turned its attention to the Ferrari 488 GTB, adding 129 hp and way, way too much carbon fiber.