Yikes. We weren't ready for this kind of excitement today. Peugeot has given us an early glimpse at its 2022 Le Mans competitor, and it looks good."Peugeot and Rebellion are pleased to announce that they will be joining forces to
Spy shots and sports cars-two things almost as old as the car industry itself, it seems. And Maserati has neatly combined the two in one of the more bizarre press releases of 2019.What we see here, apparently, is "the first '
It’s all-new and not based on any existing Hyundai model
Hyundai's N brand has produced some pretty powerful cars since its inception in 2013-the i30 N, the Tucson N, and the Veloster N included. During the AutoMobility LA at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show this week, it revealed its
Yes, those are Volk Racing TE37s on a Nissan Leaf. This, however, isn't an ordinary version of the Japanese car manufacturer's best-selling EV offering-it's got a bit more kick to it.The vehicle you see before you
Good news for Harley-Davidson fans in the Cavite area: Wheeltek, one of the country's largest multi-brand motorcycle dealership companies, has bagged a dealership contract with Harley-Davidson and is slated to open its showroom located on Emilio Aguinaldo Highway
A prototype built in 2015 that never made it to production
Car companies are always building stuff we never see. Concepts don't get signed off, and experimental engineering prototypes get sent to the crusher or are lost forever in dusty warehouses, never to be seen again. So it's a wondrous, joyous
Prototypes like this Banatti Green Falcon-a Filipino-made electric bamboo motorcycle that shot to fame in 2018-are valuable pieces of hardware. This isn't just because of their monetary worth, but because of how irreplaceable they are in their current
Fancy a mid-engined supercar but want more practicality and luxury? Fancy a front-engined GT but want a better drive and less weight? McLaren reckons you might well do, and will soon have you covered.A new McLaren GT is coming.
We didn't get these, but we did get the PT Cruiser. Life just isn't fair...
Amid the 2009 meltdown, Honda took an axe to anything cool. The Civic Type R and the S2000 were nixed, and development of the V10-powered new NSX was stopped. It lived on as Super GT racer, but we lost a Lexus
Look closely at this McLaren 720S. Notice something unusual? That's right, it has a central driving position. You know what this means-it's a prototype of the BP23 hyper GT.Don't get too excited and assume I've driven
Carmakers-truly exclusive carmakers-measure their customers' wealth in number of vehicles owned. Famously, a typical Bugatti Chiron buyer will have 64 cars, three jets, three helicopters, and a yacht. But, pray tell, how many submarines?Aston Martin has clearly eyed a
Meet Miimo, Honda's wonderful and rather cutesy autonomous lawnmower. Introduced in 2013, over the last few years many Miimos have been scampering around gardens, cutting grass and trying not to capsize into flower beds.To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Honda'
In 1991, BMW's M Division partnered up with BMW Technik to work on a very, very hush-hush project; a project only known about by a few, and kept secret for years. An 'M8.'It packed a 550hp V12 with much
The Honda Civic Hatchback has morphed into various interpretations since it was last sold in our country some two decades ago. This time around, the company wants to unite all Civic body styles.At the Geneva International Motor Show, Honda has unveiled
Movie geeks are aware that 2015 is the fictional year in which Back To The Future Part 2 was set. And because we're all in such retro spirits these days (is it a coincidence a Jurassic Park flick just hit theaters
Ken Block's association with Ford since 2010 has been very fruitful for the YouTube auto gymkhana star. Not only does he get to drive rally-tuned Fiestas for a living, he also gets to play with some nice toys like an
Remember the Philippine-made supercar prototype by Laguna-based car fabricator Factor Aurelio Automobile? Well, here it is parked in the real world and with its gorgeous lights switched on. These photos were sent to us by reader Louie Dominic Fulo, who