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The outlaw duo died May 23, 1934. Their stolen Ford V8 could be relevant once more.
From Acura's curvy NSX superhybrid to Infiniti's sophisticated Q60, these are our favorite vehicles from the 2015 North American International Auto Show
Next-gen cars' incredible shrinking engines
An inside look at the DeltaWing, the boldest--and most polarizing--racecar design in decades
A crowdsourced, street-legal rally racer; Neil Young's electric Lincoln Continental; tinkering with an Audi R8's computer for crazy horsepower boosts--and much more
Electric cars haven't killed the engine as we know it, yet. In fact, the century-old technology is getting stronger every year
Ford aims to boost mileage throughout its lineup, no hybrid necessary
Chevrolet's latest sports car pairs supercar horsepower with driving comfort. Yes, we're sure it's a Corvette.
At this year's NYIAS, nostalgia is king. Launch our gallery to see why
See automotive editor Eric Adams's photo-guide to the slickest new rides and concepts unveiled at the industry's premier event in Detroit
The fast, ethanol-loving turbo
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
If racecar designers werenâ€™t constrained by speed-stifling rules, theyâ€™d create monsters of suction capable of doing 300+ mph ... upside down.
It's a moment fraught with exquisite anticipation and dread-the moment when your car's true power is laid bare for all to see.
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.
Under the hood of the 1,001-horsepower Bugatti Veyron is a 16-cylinder tale of big egos, aggressive engineering and media sniping.
Old tech & new materials intricately combined for insane speed: the ingenuity of the top fuel dragster.
Gas misers they're not. Monsters and marvels they are. We dissect powerplants from the United States, Germany, England, and Italy to find four spins on the tech of big torque.
Attention: Hollywood, Wall Street & Washington. Here's the real Power List, and you're not on it.