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Nearing the end of the 1950s, the automotive scene was changing.

Cars with electric propulsion were on stage at nearly every manufacturer’s booth this year.

In the immortal words of Hunter S. Thompson: “When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro.”


One Man’s Half-Century Love of the 1950 Mercury

Hanson’s first car was a 1950 Mercury purchased in 1959. "I started looking for another one in the 1980s,” he said.

By Bob Kehoe


Datsun 2000: The Affordable and Available Classic Racer

The wickedly fun Datsun Fairlady Roadster deserves a lot more attention.

By Ben Hsu

Designers and engineers faced the Herculean task of appealing to Prius’s cult following, while broadening its appeal.

Don’t assume that Porsche just took the Cayman GT4, and added a roll cage while subtracting an interior.

The 2017 124 Spider—designed by Centro Stile in Turin, Italy—marries the old with the new.

Every automobile-producing country hides a few home-grown secrets. For Australia, one such model is the Holden Torana

As complex as today’s cars seem to be, routine maintenance is still relatively simple.

The mission of the LP 580-2 has less to do with lap times than it does with providing an engaging experience behind the wheel.