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A 'suicide door' was the popular name for car door that opened from the rear rather than the front. Why were they called that, and do any cars have this feature?
Crate motors are popular for breathing new life into classic cars. The newest trend? They're now available in electric, meaning your old classic car can go green.
Porsche unveiled its first electric sports car, the Taycan, and its plans for a sustainable future.
There's been a slow shift in who's collecting cars, and the boomer generation just passed the torch to two younger generations.
The fan-favorite four-wheel automaker unveils six concept trucks based on its new Jeep Gladiator.
John and Horace Dodge were early investors in the Ford Motor Company, but the relationship quickly devolved into the feud of a lifetime.
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The Library of Congress archives all things historical in the U.S. And that also includes many of America's most important cars.
The storied car company is using the latest technology to produce extremely rare parts that are only needed in small quantities.
The minivan's backstory is one of innovation and resilience, despite what many folks say about the vehicle's, er, stuffy design.
You've heard of Volkswagen. And Daimler. And Porsche. And Audi. But Borgward? Probably not.
Faraday Future wants to give Tesla a run for its money with the FF 91, a brand-new, four-door electric car with a swanky inside that was just unveiled at CES.
The Ford GT40 was built just to spite Ferrari. And its triumph at Le Mans was just the start of a remarkable string of 1960s victories.
The concept car Setsuna debuted at Milan Design Week, and is assembled without nails or screws.