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It’s hard not to fall in love with the throaty roar of a Norton.

Toyota Racing Development is best known for producing off-road race trucks, but it also develops products for the showroom.

The Mulsanne is assembled by hand in Crewe, England, a process that takes approximately 400 hours.

The car coming to US is not a modified, watered-down version of the Euro-spec hatch: it’s the real McCoy.

No one would expect a modern powerplant unless they get a glance at its massive intercooler peeking out from under the front bumper.

The list of tech innovations includes carbon fiber, GPS-based data-tracking, and Aerogel insulation developed by NASA.

In the original muscle car era, British auto aficionados yearned for Yankee-like grunt. That gave birth to the Jensen Interceptor.

The Leaf and Volt continue to serve as the gold standard for electric vehicles under $40,000.

Mathieu learned his craft from his father who still runs a nearby production paint shop.

It’s time to get revved up for next year. Check out our monthly guide to 2016.

There’s an app for all things automotive, whether you’re looking for swap meets or tracking your car’s acceleration.

Ideally, you can establish a close working relationship.

The luxury 4x4 is fitted with a honking 7.2-liter V12 engine and manual transmission used in Lamborghini’s legendary supercars.

The Nissan’s Titan XD fills the gap between conventional heavy and light-duty pickups.

Lincoln abandoned its hallmark twin waterfall front grille. But the big story is what lurks beneath the MKZ’s hood.

In the late 1950s, that U.S. buyers were becoming more interested in the small inexpensive imports, from the likes of VW and Renault.

Cadillac is not backing down from a challenges against European competition in the segment.

This year’s L.A. Auto Show features a number of interesting, gorgeous, and just plain weird vehicles rolling out for public scrutiny.

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

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

These seven models prove that car greatness is still possible in a millennial world.