The SF90 can go 211 miles per hour and hits 62 mph in just 2.5 seconds.
It's built specifically with the racetrack in mind.
Track Mode shows the potential of electric cars to go fast.
In harsh conditions, a little advance planning can save lives.
Apple CarPlay faces off against Android Auto in a race to Cold Spring Harbor
How the two competing car systems hold up in New York City traffic
Uber's engineering chief takes a self-driving car to work every day. Now he's ready to unleash them on Pittsburgh.
New app will let you virtually test drive green vehicles
Safely and uneventfully
Taking humans out of the equation will transform the car of the future
Wireless update to Model S lets the machine take the wheel
The 2017 model will come in a self-driving edition
Detroit has a plan to change how we drive--and it hits the road in 2016
A handy breakdown for speed freaks
A millennial responds to his automobile-loving, autonomy-wary critics
A millennial's message to automakers
Robots can already outdrive humans. Now everyone needs to get out of their way.
The first production plug-in hybrid sedan from Porsche
Once upon a time, drivers had only a ball of wax and a wick to light their way
A short history of the automobile's biggest life saver
Five technologies that will shape the cars of the future
A cheaper, smaller Prius with crazypants gas mileage
PopSci's old-school guide to maintaining your tires, troubleshooting your carburetor, and driving without accidentally killing anyone
In which an admitted gadget nerd feels as confused as grandma when dealing with the modern automobile
How Silicon Valley engineers are transforming cars into very smart, very fast and increasingly opinionated information systems
A new generation of smarter-car technology is helping drivers — and cars — manage trips more efficiently, preventing gridlock, avoiding wrecks and ameliorating 5 p.m. road rage
Das auto can drive itself
A look at the inner workings of GM's plug-in car
I took a ride in the automated, wirelessly communicating EV-V in a Las Vegas parking lot
Testing the Goods: The Chevrolet Volt
Nissan has produced a quick, fun-to-drive, technologically sophisticated pure-electric car. But inevitably, limited driving range makes it a daily commuter, not a road-tripper
Behind the wheel, we find that GM's highest-profile concept car has become a refreshing, radically different kind of production vehicle
Greener than a Prius and hotter than a Maserati, the Fisker Karma promises to change the way the world thinks about electric cars. The only problem is that nobody outside the company has driven one yet. Will Henrik Fisker tempt buyers into the electric age, or is he already a relic of the past?
A Swede constructs his own Batman ride with gadgetry and machine guns galore
Does the hotly anticipated plug-in hybrid Chevy Volt have a shot at rejuvenating General Motors? We took a prototype version for a spin to find out.
Our friends at Driverside.com explore what this little piece of history means for the future of green car technology and environmental awareness in the automotive industry
Inside the newly designed roadster
The pricey, small-batch lithium-ion powered Mini E has arrived. And it looks and drives like, well, a really quiet Mini Cooper
The team at Terrafugia is about to fulfill the fantasy of every driver pilot: a consumer vehicle that can take to the highways and the skies. All they have to do is finish the first one
Nissan's ECO-pedal provides tactile feedback whenever drivers accelerate in a fuel-wasting manner
Chevy's fuel-cell SUV zips around Las Vegas
Off-road romp at annual car-driving fiesta
Americaâ€™s favorite old-school videogame maker puts thirtysomethings in the virtual driverâ€™s seat of a suburban dream car
A "fuel consumption display" on the Acura RDX gives drivers real-time readouts
The EPA is finally improving its antiquated mileage-rating system for cars and trucks. The biggest losers? Hybrids
Nine myths and misconceptions, and the truth about why hydrogen-powered cars arenâ€™t just around the corner
Zero to 60 in under five seconds: World's fastest grocery-hauler from Mercedes hot-rod division. Also tested: the fantastic new S65 AMG.
2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT
The Popular Science Automotive Buyerâ€™s Guide
You shouldn't need a degree in computer science to understand whatâ€™s going on under the hood of your next car. Here's your no-nonsense guide to the latest automotive -- and the coolest cars that showcase them
For the modern soapbox derby, all you need is gravity-and $30,000
Youâ€™re pushing 185 mph. The trees to your left have melted into a green blur, the tachometer needle shakes frenetically as it nears the end of its ascent, and the engine is screaming.
Radar, lasers, wireless radio networks and other embedded tech will enable our cars to sense faraway traffic and stop accidents before they happen. But who will be in the driver's seat?
A 2,000-horsepower, shape-changing, 350mph missile
Cars that think for us! Cars that change shape at will! Cars that scream along underground at twice the speed of sound! Itâ€™s a cinch to predict the future of the automobile. But how do we get there?
Sales rise and brakes screech as India embraces the auto industry.
you should know before buying a hybrid
Swedish concept: sexy or sexist?
They look like lawnmowers on steroids, but superkarts can keep pace with million-dollar Ferraris--150 mph on the straights and crazy Gs in the turns. The best value in racing is starting to get respect.
Become a superkarter.
Under the hood of the 1,001-horsepower Bugatti Veyron is a 16-cylinder tale of big egos, aggressive engineering and media sniping.
At Bill Scott's anti-terrorist driving school, students learn to spin, shoot, and ram their way through any auto-borne attack.
Is it a good idea to turn the pleasure of driving into a barrage of beeps, flashes, cautions and commands? He thinks not.
Now available in the U.S.: Not one but two rally-inspired sports cars for real-world driving. How do they score against each other?
Rally racers in super-modded street cars follow their own Cliffs Notes to navigate rocky dirt roads full of gullies and blind curves. The rawest form of racing is finally gaining traction in the U.S.
BMW's new steering system leaves us wanting less.
If you don't know how to handle a high-performance car, the local highway isn't the place to learn. Get thee to a car club.
It's Bentley's bid, seven decades later, to reclaim the Le Mans throne. It's an experimental car. We're going 190 mph.
In serious driving, one car's big brakes can outmaneuver another car's bigger engine.
We test 4 vehicles to see how well they keep their distance.
Old tech & new materials intricately combined for insane speed: the ingenuity of the top fuel dragster.
Tricked-up right out of the factory, and aimed young.
The all-new Nissan 350Z packs in a lot of technology at a little price.
2003 Volkswagen Passat W8
We prove that pickups and SUVs don't have to guzzle gas.
The eight-wheel armored Stryker is hereâ€”and we're the first to drive it.
Resurrecting the turning headlight concept.
While driving, crank with care.
The only thing the Honda Element and Scion bbX have in common is the generation they're made for.
The PopSci car test: Do performance and practicality really mix? We drive the new sport wagons.
Suzuki hopes to sell this 140-mph version of an Indy car through dealerships. And wait till you hear the price.
Why buy: Which of the latest high-tech new-car options will pay you back at trade-in?
The reputation of the original SL has cast a long shadow over subsequent models. The all-new 302-horsepower SL500 carries the banner high.
Concept cars: You may soon be driving a station wagonâ€”only you'll call it a "sports tourer" or "crossbred vehicle."
Whether you're struggling to afford your first set of wheels or looking for a luxury-mobile, you'll find it here.
Forget what you know about gas-electric vehicles: The next generation is built for performance.
Popular Science took its first extensive look at a gasoline-electric automobile in 1916.
Only one car made it the entire 230 miles, and we were behind the wheel.
We test the muscle of the newest sports cars on the track.
U.S. automakers are thinking big -- and building small.
Auto hacking: If it's an Integra, it may have been eaten by a Civic.