Ford's iconic Mustang wins more global fans as U.S. sales dropMarch 12
It took 50 years and more than 9 million Mustangs before Ford decided its beloved icon was mature enough for a grand tour of Europe and the rest of the world. The strategy's success suggests the company should have shipped them sooner.
Polestar: Avoiding production delays crucial to early successMarch 12
Mercedes, BMW fund EV push with high-performance sports carsMarch 8
Ford to end Focus RS output in AprilFeb. 15
Toyota rolls out new trail-ready TRD Pro trucksFeb. 8
Toyota is rolling out updated TRD Pro trims for the midsize Tacoma pickup, the full-size Tundra and the 4Runner SUV -- some of the most popular trucks the automaker sells -- adding a snorkel-like intake on the Tacoma and internal-bypass shocks across the lineup.
Jaguar revives D-Type roadster as a 'once-in-a-lifetime' projectFeb. 7
Ford to hatch most powerful street-legal Mustang under Shelby badgeJan. 15
Ford Mustang Bullitt GT will pack a 475-hp punchJan. 14
Chevrolet's midengine Corvette sheds more camoJan. 5
New spy photos show the midengine Chevrolet Corvette with four rounded, square exhaust pipes flanking the left and right rear of a lower vent that's likely designed to allow air from the engine bay to exit the vehicle.
Chevy explores expanded performance SUV lineup under RST badgeDec. 19, 2017
AMG up to nearly 10% of Mercedes U.S. salesDec. 18, 2017
After numerous product introductions and explosive United States sales growth in 2017, the Mercedes-AMG performance subbrand is on the cusp of representing 10 percent of Mercedes-Benz USA's luxury-vehicle business.