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Like the original Carroll Shelby-designed Mustang GT350, this pony is made for the road course.

The new Volt brings increased range and efficiency, sportier performance, and edgier-yet-contemporary looks.

It’s RAM’s answer to the popular Ford Raptor.

It takes about three months to turn a bone-stock Defender into a Flying Huntsman.

The powerful P variant of the all-electric SUV sprints from zero to 60 mph in just 3.2 seconds—and has a driving range of 250 miles.

Look what's in our garage: the fastest muscle car ever put into mass production. Jealous?

The Chevrolet SS is one of GM’s performance cars that flies below the radar of most enthusiasts.

The V-Series has a transcendent split personality. It works just as well as a luxurious daily commuter, as it does as a weekend racer.

Nothing matches the visceral experience of being surrounded by sunshine and the wind in one’s hair.

It’s a balmy June day, and I’m wading through a swamp in the woods at Fiat-Chrysler’s proving grounds in Chelsea, Mich.

Green living is no longer a trend. It’s a full-blow lifestyle.

Mopar is bringing the millennial Dodge Challenger back to the drag strip this summer with a new track-ready package, including the brand’s first supercharged engine. Buyers can choose between two blocks: the supercharged 354 cubic inch engine or naturally aspirated 426 powerplant.

Hundreds of journalists traveled last week to Milan, the birth place of Alfa Romeo, to see Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne unveil a new sedan. The event is part of a marketing blitz to bring back Alfa Romeo—and its design and performance heritage—to the United States.

You might know the Chrysler Town & Country as the seven-passenger minivan introduced 25 years ago. But the advent of the minivan can be traced much further back: another half-century to the classic 1941 Town & Country barrel-back wood station wagon now listed on eBay.

With British mod styling inside and out, the 2015 MINI Cooper Countryman is like no other vehicle on the road. Its tight steering, and zippy twin-turbo engine on the S model, adds to the fun—as long as you don’t hit too many bumps.

Ferrari has a wonderful tradition of building limited-series sports cars that are blindingly fast and exquisitely designed—but that can be driven by mere mortals on everyday streets. Think: 288 GTO, the F40, the F50, and the Enzo. The latest model, introduced in 2013, is the ultimate in accessible high-performance...

The all-new 2015 Lexus NX compact SUV is not your father’s ho-hum Lexus. The sedate Japanese brand distinguishes its new model with sharp lines, a polarizing front-end, and unique driving position. The NX is available as the 200t turbocharged variant and the 300h hybrid model—which swaps some power for class-leading...

Everybody knows that hybrid cars are nerd-mobiles. That is, except anybody who has laid eyes on the Porsche 919, built for racing in the Le Mans Prototype (LMP) category of the FIA World Endurance Championship.

Viper fans might have been jilted by the popularity of the 707-horsepower Dodge Challenger and Charger Hellcats. But they can now breathe a sigh of relief, thanks to the new Viper ACR: the fastest street-legal Viper track car ever produced.

As most consumers know, Volvo has worked to establish safety as the carmaker’s main brand identify. That’s not changing, but company executives are now working on new areas of focus, from design to performance, to make owners not only feel safe—but inspired.

A Subaru wagon is held in high regard in certain parts of the country where all-wheel drive is supremely important—like the Pacific Northwest, Rocky Mountains and Northern Michigan. Unfortunately, many Americans in other regions might not fully appreciate the wonders of a wagon, even one as capable as the Subaru...