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If you buy this Pulse autocycle, you'll get to register it as a three-wheeler—despite the fact that it's got four wheels.
Meet the master restorer at Road & Track’s Hudson Quattrocento Rally next month.
The Countach is an icon. But its replacement, the Diablo, had a whole lot of improvements.
This one's been partially restored, and it's still used to traverse harsh landscape to this day.
A refined on-road presence meant the original Yukon, introduced in 1992, could actually be your only car.
The ultimate '60s Chevy race car.
From tweet to reality.
With a 520-horsepower V-8 under the hood, it's hard to sound bad.
There's no replacement for displacement, and in this club, six liters is just the beginning.
The CTR3 is one of Ruf's wildest creations. It makes a great noise.
Most of the hybrids you see on the road are boring, but this technology can be put to use to make serious speed.
This naturally aspirated V-8 is one of BMW's greatest hits.
The steering wheel is the most important part of any car interior. Here are some of your favorites.
That 289 cubic-inch Ford V-8 has one hell of a soundtrack.
This little Golf is quicker than pretty much any new supercar.
Who says car culture is dying?
A big engine, a manual transmission, rear-wheel drive, and not much else. That's what makes the Viper great.