Toyota chief engineer Tetsuya Tada has confirmed that there are more Supras to come in future, and they will get more powerful with every release.
Ford's incoming 2020 Shelby GT500 will be the fastest and most powerful Mustang to ever grace a stretch of road, as well as the most powerful production car the company has ever manufactured.
BMW boss Markus Flasch has confirmed that the new M3 will offer both 480hp and 510hp.
Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri has revealed that the Italian automakers will launch three new models before the end of 2019, with two of those three to be unveiled in September.
British automakers Aston Martin have posted a huge loss for the first half of this year, something which has led to a drop in the company's share price.
A street-legal McLaren P1 GTR is available for sale in Germany.
British car tuning company Litchfield has given the new Supra a few tweaks that should really boost its performance, per Top Gear.
Tesla owner Elon Musk's The Boring Company has secured several million from outside investment for the first time, according to a report from Bloomberg.
Autocar is reporting that Lamborghini could introduce a limited production hypercar featuring a hybrid powertrain and a V12 ICE engine at the Frankfurt Motor show.
Electric car manufacturers Tesla have reported losing a total of $408 million during the second quarter of this year in its quarterly earnings report, per MotorTrend.
Lexus owners and lessees have been revealed to be the most loyal customers out there when it comes to luxury brands. So if someone already drives a Lexus, they're more likely to get another Lexus when the time comes to get a new car.
BMW and Jaguar Land Rover recently forged a partnership, as is the way of the car industry nowadays.
BMW's mulling over the prospect of turning Mini into an exclusively electric brand.
BMW M Division president Markus Flasch says an M3-powered Toyota Supra is highly unlikely but the company won't close the door on the idea.
London’s Metropolitan police will soon be using drones to seek dangerous drivers and persons who participate in illegal street racing out.
The Rocketman is finally set to take to the road after being unveiled as a concept at the Geneva Motor Show way back in 2011.
A new 911 RSR has been unveiled by Porsche Motorsport, with the car set to compete at the WEC and IMSA racing series from September.