With 1600 horses under the hood, this highly modified Shelby has no trouble breaking the 200-mph barrier.
Not even Tesla's super sedan stands a chance against Rimac's mind-blowing EV.
The electric hypercar is officially the fastest accelerating production vehicle.
The Huayra finally has the sound to match its stunning looks.
This very car was featured on the cover of our May 1987 issue. Now, it's being refreshed to its former glory.
The standard F82 model needed 7:52 to lap the famed track.
We're not sure we've heard anything more ferocious.
It may have 100 less horsepower, but it also weighs a lot less.
It might be the quickest accelerating car on sale right now, but it's not invincible.
A rotary engine and a CART-era IndyCar. It's the ultimate Nineties dream come to life.
Pro detailer Larry Kosilla shows how useful dry ice can be when it comes to cleaning car parts.
It needed just 1.99 seconds to hit 60 mph with a rollout.
It turns out controversial double-coffin kidney grilles have been circling BMW's design department for decades.
Watching Koenigsegg's four-seater prototype get detailed is immensely satisfying.
Molecomb Corner has claimed its first victim of the 2021 Goodwood Festival of Speed.
It might not look it, but this Mercedes van can hang with supercars.
There's nothing logical about putting a 27-liter, World-War-II tank engine into a glorified taxi.
Bob Tasca III posted a quarter-mile time of 8.128 seconds at 171.97 mph.
The stripped-out, tri-motor monster delivered insane speed during its Pikes Peak practice run.
The fight for modded Volkswagen Group supremacy is a blast to watch.
Today was a big day for testing at the Green Hell.
Ford's race car for the road is quick, but Travis Pastrana's STI is otherworldly levels of fast.
Leno completed a pass of 9.247, just off the car's claimed quarter-mile time of 9.23 seconds.
These two very different vehicles are surprisingly well-matched in a runway showdown.
It's not often you see a track weapon modified to run on dirt. The results are extremely satisfying.
Mercedes' EV flagship looks just as funky driving on track as it does in press photos.
It may make more power, but the STI's all-wheel-drive traction dominates in a drag race.
On the drag strip, these two very different sports cars put up wildly similar quarter-mile times.
A sport activity coupe with an X5 drivetrain, a Z4 interior, and a hatchback rear end? Weird, but somehow cool.