Fernando Alonso Will Not Race In The Australian Grand Prix

After a bizarre testing wreck blamed on wind sent Fernando Alonso's McLaren-Honda into the wall and the driver to the hospital with a concussion, doctors have now recommended that the former world champion skip the upcoming Australian Grand Prix. » 3/03/15 8:02am Today 8:02am

The Final Bugatti Veyron Is The Inverse Of The First Bugatti Veyron

When the Bugatti Veyron was first introduced in 2005, Bugatti said they'd only sell 450 of the 1,001 horsepower behemoth. "They'll sell out in no time," we collectively thought. We were wrong. But now, 10 years later, Bugatti has finally sold the 450th Veyron, and the La Finale is the inverse of the first one they… » 3/02/15 12:31pm Yesterday 12:31pm

Range Rover Will Build Evoque Convertible Because, Well, Sure, Why Not? 

A few years ago, Range Rover showed a concept for an Evoque Convertible. We all shared a good hearty laugh, but we also knew that in the back of our minds they were going to build this thing. Guess what? They just announced that they will build it. They'll sell 59 billion of them. » 3/02/15 9:49am Yesterday 9:49am

Cadillac Will Debut A Whole New Family Of V6 Engines Next Month

Yesterday, Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen stopped by for a fantastic live Q&A session. The problem is, he got far more questions than he had time to answer in just an hour. So he's answered some more, and just told us that Cadillac will debut an entirely new family of V6 engines next month. Whoa. » 2/24/15 11:47am 2/24/15 11:47am

Everything You Need To Know About The New 510 HP Mercedes-AMG C63

The Mercedes-AMG C63 has never been the refined member of the small German sports sedan group. While BMW and Audi were studying for the SATs, the Mercedes was smoking cigarettes under the bleachers and skipping chemistry. But now there's a new C63. Is it still a tire smoking madman? Let's let Chris Harris explain. » 2/24/15 10:13am 2/24/15 10:13am

Ask Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen Anything

The leadership at most automakers tend to be quiet, shrinking violets. Only occasionally do you get one that makes their multitude of opinions public information. Thankfully, Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen is not the quiet type. At all. And he's here for the next hour to answer your questions. This will be fun. » 2/23/15 11:45am 2/23/15 11:45am