Lamborghini has signed an agreement with the Italian branch of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to define the sportscar of the future.
Making its appearance at the Paris Motor Show is the Ferrari GTC4Lusso T, the first four-seater with a turbocharged V8 powerplant.
The Genovation GXE by Chevrolet is looks like the Grand Sport Corvette but is now the fastest all-electric car in the world…
Fans of Lamborghini will be able to get up close with two of the luxury car manufacturer’s creations at the SINGAPORE RENDEZVOUS.
Against all odds, the Paris Motor Show is managing more than a few high notes this year, as seen in these five superlative cars.
In the absence of many of the biggest motoring badges at the Paris Motor Show, Ferrari faced no competition for the new LaFerrari Aperta soft-top supercar.
American automakers have indeed made valuable contributions to the world of supercars, as the news of the Saleen S7 going back into production reminds us.
The Saleen S7 supercar is back but only seven owners will get to enjoy this reissue, called the S7 LM.
The ill-fated Jaguar XJ220 was once the fastest production car in the world but is now mothballed due to a lack of tires, if you can believe it.
Tesla on Tuesday unveiled speedy new model electric cars capable of traveling more than 300 miles (482 kilometers) before needing to be recharged.
Fifty years later, Chevrolet’s iconic Camaro ZL1 gets a horsepower upgrade, taking it up to 650.
The British car manufacturer’s hypercar goes into uncharted territory with its colossal power and cutting-edge technology.
Behold, the first official images of the convertible LaFerrari variant as well as word of its official debut in September.
Everyone’s favorite two-seat roadster is now faster, more powerful and more attractive.
The American car firm marks the 25th and final year of its supercar with five special editions to resounding success.
This is a heavily revised, track-only version of McLaren’s compact Sports Series supercar, the 570S.
Unveiled at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, the Lamborghini Aventador Miura Homage will be limited to 50 examples.
The car company aims to create a new experience for supercar fans with the F-Type.
These two new supercars are designed to cater to different markets with two new highly distinctive trims.
The House of the Raging Bull celebrates its icons with a renovated museum and a tour with surviving Miuras.