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May, 2019

  • 25 May

    Mario Andretti: The Mega Interview, Part 2 [Exclusive]

    The 103rd Indianapolis 500 marks the 50th anniversary of Mario Andretti’s famous win at the Brickyard. You may have already read our feature story celebrating one of racing’s all-time greats and his marvelous accomplishments, but there’s plenty more to learn as he opens up about his life and career. This is …

  • 23 May

    In Photos: Europe’s Coolest Vintage-Car Racing Event

    Now in its ninth year, the annual Spa Classic is one of the absolute highlights on the European historic-racing calendar. Part of a series of classic motorsports events staged by French organizer Peter Auto, the Spa Classic offered virtually nonstop track action for three days, with the program running late …

  • 21 May

    The State of the Collector-Car Market: What to Buy, Hold, and Sell

    It’s time for our annual deep dive into where the collector-car market has been, where it is now, and where it is headed. Below, our invited panel of experts discuss the shifting tides and trends of 2019 with an eye toward the cars you’ll want to put in your garage …

  • 20 May

    How Many of These Old Honda Civic Variants Do You Remember?

    Just because the Honda Civic is the best-selling compact in the U.S.—above the Toyota Corolla and others—doesn’t mean Honda has always had a Midas touch with the model. Plenty of Civic variants have come and gone over the nameplate’s four decades in production. So after you check out the state …

  • 17 May

    Wagon Master: A History of the Subaru Outback

    The Subaru Outback may not have pioneered the lifted station-wagon look, but it certainly popularized it. From its humble beginnings as a Subaru Legacy variant hawked by Crocodile Dundee as an SUV alternative, the Outback has changed perhaps more than you might have expected over its six generations. But the …

  • 16 May

    Driving the 2020 Mercedes-Benz EQC All-Electric Luxury SUV

    OSLO, Norway—We’re making our way back to the hotel after a rainy day of driving and otherwise being indoctrinated to the key elements of the all-new, all-electric 2020 Mercedes-Benz EQC 400 4Matic. As the traffic slows, we get a chance to glance at the cars passing by us on their …

  • 15 May

    Call It the Scoupe: 2020 Porsche Cayenne S Coupe Arrives to Defend the Middle Ground

    Of course the Cayenne S Coupe was coming—this is Porsche we’re talking about, after all. It follows the debut of the base Cayenne Coupe and the Cayenne Coupe Turbo earlier this year, and it neatly splits the difference between the two. Essentially, the Cayenne Coupe is mostly an aesthetic upgrade …

  • 14 May

    Ridealong: The Porsche Taycan Turbo Redefines Speed and Acceleration

    Riding in a preproduction Porsche Taycan Turbo with chief project engineer Stefan Weckbach at the wheel is a bit like living inside a Marvel movie while wearing a VW headset while sitting in a Dallara race-car simulator. The whisper-quiet all-electric Porsche with a driveline on steroids lifts the terms “velocity” …

  • 13 May

    This Is One of the Strangest, Rarest Ferraris Ever Made

    In the 100 years since Zagato was founded, the Italian coachbuilder has designed its fair share of memorable bodywork. Who could forget the Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato, with its beautifully rounded rear fenders, or the Fiat Abarth 750 GT Zagato and its trademark ‘double bubble’ roofline? But not all …

  • 12 May

    5 Questions with 2020 Toyota Supra Chief Engineer Tatsuya Tada

    A single day isn’t nearly enough time to ingest, let alone digest, all of the sensory and technical information a new sports car provides—a fact all the more true when the sports car in question is the revival of an icon like the Toyota Supra. Back for its fifth generation, …