The 2015 Subaru WRX is one of this year’s standout new performance cars. And if you’re considering putting one of these affordable all-wheel-drive sport sedans in your driveway, you have a fundamental choice to make.
Owning a car is a major financial responsibility. Apart from paying for it, the ongoing expense of insurance, fuel, and maintenance can really eat away at owners' bank accounts.
As Subaru continues to set sales records here in the U.S., the automaker is looking for ways to boost domestic production at its plant in Lafayette, Indiana.
2014 Porsche Cayman GTSEnlarge Photo
It was only a week ago that the news emerged Porsche is planning a hardcore, track-focused version of its latest Cayman, and now we have spy shots of a prototype for just such a car.
Instead of residing on an ungainly SUV, Aston Martin is now expected to use the prestigious Lagonda name for a sedan that will share a number of styling cues with the last Lagonda sedan launched in 1976 and produced up until 1990.
Rolls-Royce has finally unveiled its new special edition Phantom Drophead Coupe built to commemorate the triumph of Sir Malcolm Campbell in his Rolls-Royce-powered Bluebird K3 boat in setting the world waterspeed record back in 1937, a time when Rolls-Royce-powered vehicles held speed records on air, land and—thanks to Campbell’s efforts—water.
2013 Tesla Model S at Supercharger station on NY-to-FL road trip [photo: David Noland]Enlarge Photo
As the owner of a Tesla Model S in New York's Hudson Valley, I've long lamented the puzzling dearth of Superchargers in the Northeastern U.S.
We're fond of the Chevrolet Spark minicar; it's by far the best-executed of the several smaller-than-subcompact cars sold today.
Tesla's third-generation car, currently planned for volume production in late 2017, is now officially nameless again.