2020 Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Roadster first drive review: Illogical yet sublime

Taking the roof off of a car designed for maximum performance on the track might not make much sense, but here the rules of logic do not apply.

By Tim Stevens | Road Show



When I first drove the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ coupe, it was appropriately on a racetrack — Estoril in Portugal, to be specific.… Read more

Pristine, Award-Winning 1967 Chevy Corvette Sells For $192K

By Jeffrey N. Ross | motorious

1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427/435

Proof that C2 Corvettes are hotter than ever!

The mid- to late-’60s marked the heyday for Corvette performance, and this fully restored, numbers-matching 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible is like taking a time machine back to see one of these cars brand new.… Read more

Chilling Photos From The Groovy Era – Conoco Oil sprays down a woman for your engine’s health

By Jacob Shelton

Could there be an ad today where a scientist hoses down a woman? From the outset this ad looks as if Conoco is trying to promote a wet t-shirt contest, but in reality it’s just one of those visuals that looks a little more naughty than it should.… Read more

Chilling Photos From The Groovy Era – Shirley Muldowney posing with a custom car. She survived two explosions in two years

By Jacob Shelton

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The First Lady of drag racing, Shirley Muldowney, started drag racing in the late ‘50s and shortly after her twin-engine debut she started tearing up the blacktop harder than the men who shared the road with her.… Read more

2020 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S review: Impeccable performance

The latest Neunelfer packs performance and tech in spades.

By Andrew Krok | Road Show

The Porsche 911 is right up there with death and taxes in life’s guarantees. For nearly six decades, Porsche’s venerable sports car has persisted, continually improving as it makes its way through revision upon revision.… Read more

Ferrari: F1 may ‘die’ without strict budget cap

By Scott Mitchell | Autosport

Ferrari: F1 may ‘die’ without strict budget cap
Ferrari believes Formula 1 needs to develop a stricter budget cap over time to reinforce the championship’s economic viability, otherwise it is “slowly going to die”

Ferrari believes Formula 1 needs to develop a stricter budget cap over time to reinforce the championship’s economic viability, otherwise it is “slowly going to die”.… Read more

Cars have a problem: They last longer, and that means the insides get grubby and outmoded

By Nathan Bomey | USA TODAY

Cars are lasting longer than ever. While that’s good for owners, it’s bad for the interior of the vehicle, where stains, cracks and outmoded electronics can undermine the overall driving experience.

So automakers and suppliers are being forced to rethink the way they make everything, from seat fabrics to door coatings to infotainment systems.… Read more

59 Photos Capture The Art Of Cool – A 1968 Chevy ad for a Camaro Coupe SS with Rally Sport equipment, a Chevelle Coupe SS and a Corvette Sting Ray Convertible.

Ah yes, the American classic muscle car, the Chevrolet Camaro… It went on sale on September 29, 1966, for the 1967 model year and was available as a two-door coupé or convertible. Oh so hot. It was Chevy’s competing model to the Ford Mustang and it shared some major components to the Pontiac Firebird that was also introduced for 1967.… Read more

Backward 1952 Ford F-1 pickup redefines the term ‘reverse engineering’

By Ronan Glon | Autoblog

Don’t panic if you see a classic Ford pickup speeding backwards on the outskirts of Indianapolis. It’s a custom-made, Bizarro World-inspired model built by retired IndyCar driver Davey Hamilton.

Building a backwards truck is more difficult than simply popping the body off the frame and swapping it around.… Read more