Just like a lot of Hollywood stars, the late Burt Reynolds amassed a large collection of memorabilia reflecting his career.
The Nissan Kicks has no right to be a good car.
Ford used the 100th anniversary celebration for its Rouge complex on Thursday to reconfirm plans to introduce a hybrid F-150 in 2020.
If you’re a Chevy truck fan and looking for some new wheels, Hennessey Performance has six of them for you.
Hodnett was the 1993 World of Outlaws rookie of the year.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is getting back behind the wheel to pay the bills.
Volkswagen’s work truck of the future has a very retro look.
Audi unveiled its hotly-anticipated E-Tron SUV on Monday night, and it looks surprisingly conventional given its role as the company’s vanguard into the high-end electric car arena, where it will do battle with the head-turning Tesla Model X and Jaguar I-Pace.
Ram may be bringing a midsize pickup back to the U.S. in more ways than one.
Elevator would connect to high speed transit system.
The new BMW M5 is a bad car.
Volkswagen will end production of its retro Beetle next year, 70 years after the original first came to the United States.
BMW is known for making the ultimate driving machines, but riderless motorcycles?
Someone may have gotten the deal of a lifetime.
Just because you can do something, doesn’t mean you will.
Ford has released the first image of its upcoming “Mustang-inspired” electric SUV.
Mercedes-Benz is showing its hand in the high stakes, high end electric car game.
A rare 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO became the most-expensive car ever sold at auction when it went for $48.4 million at an RM Sotheby’s event in Monterey, Calif., on Saturday.
The next time your grandmother asks you to help her clean the house, do it!