The all-wheel drive EV can go from 0-60 mph in a claimed 1.9 seconds. That's hypercar territory.
"I think M4 should be the fortress of manual," Klaus Fröhlich, head of the board of development for BMW, told Road & Track.
Porsche engineered the 992 to accommodate an electric motor. That doesn't mean a hybrid 911 is imminent.
Yes, it'll have Drift Mode. We're excited.
If this is the future of Audi, we're onboard.
Thanks to suspension and aero tweaks, the AMG GT R Pro ran a 7:04.6 around the Nurburgring.
A 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 and hybrid assist give Lincoln's new three-row crossover 450 horsepower in Grand Touring trim.
Yes, this is a new 911. No, this doesn't happen often.
It can do 0-60 mph in less than three seconds—unheard of for anything of this size.
Audi e-tron GT is a four-door built on the Porsche Taycan's platform, most likely powered by Audi's own electric motors.
Mercedes-AMG's limited edition GT is for trackday junkies who don't want to wait for the inevitable Black Series.
Weighing just 2700 lbs, the Saleen S1 promises to be a compact, lightweight take on the mid-engine supercar.
On paper, the 911 R and the GT3 Touring Package are quite similar. The chief engineer for the 911 tells us that's not a coincidence.