Exotic Cars

Many associate the DeLorean from the movie "Back to the Future" as their first exotic car crush. Still a popular exotic auto model, it is joined by the likes of the Caparo I1, the Bugatti Veyron and the Ariel Atom.

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When a 'Top 10 Fastest Cars' list begins at 230 mph (370 kph), you know you're in for a real high-speed treat. Did your favorite fast car make the list?

By Cherise Threewitt

Developed in response to customer request, Lamborghini has partnered with a company that specializes in leasing exclusive, luxury and exotic cars. So how much does it cost to live the dream?

By Cherise Threewitt

Sport bike manufacturer KTM is well known for its racing bikes. But now, the Austrian company has produced its first car: the KTM X-Bow. Is this street-legal go-kart worthy of its nearly six-figure price tag?

By Cherise Threewitt

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There's no doubt that Ferrari has cultivated a reputation of race-bred engineering combined with old-school dedication to craftsmanship. But how long does the build process take from beginning to end?

By Akweli Parker

A public road, in a notoriously buttoned-up country, where people can drive as fast as their engines and nerves will allow. It sounds almost too good to be true, doesn't it? Learn about 10 vehicles that have been pushed to their limits on this fabled road.

By Jamie Page Deaton & Kristen Hall-Geisler

The Audi R8 straddles the line between high-priced supercar and luxurious daily driver. Essentially, you're getting Lamborghini-like performance at Porsche 911 Turbo prices.

By Jamie Page Deaton

There are plenty of fast cars on the road, but when you're searching for the fastest of the fast, don't bother looking at the car dealership on the corner. This car takes top speed to a whole new level.

By Christopher Lampton

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Want to see the sleek, high-horsepower vehicles you have to look forward to? Take a look at pictures of future sports cars.

This image gallery features some of the rarest, most expensive cars from makers like Ferrari, Lamborghini and Porsche. Pore over these beautiful cars and see the amazing features and amenities they offer. You can even pick the one you'll buy -- when you win the lottery.

The star of the '80s TV show "Knight Rider" wasn't really David Hasselhoff: It was his car, K.I.T.T. There's a new K.I.T.T. in town -- this one comes with lasers.

By John Fuller

The DeLorean became famous in the movie "Back to the Future" after entering the auto market in 1981. But waves of scandal soon shut the company's doors forever, or so we thought ...

By Jonathan Strickland

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The McLaren F1 has a legitimate claim to the title of greatest sports car ever. It exceeded every previous sports car in performance and driver control. Learn about the McLaren F1 the peak of British automotive engineering.

By the Auto Editors of Consumer Guide

The baby bull slims down and muscles up for a lightweight title fight with Ferrari. Entering as a late-season 2007 entry is a high-performance Gallardo coupe called Superleggera--''superlight'' in Italian.

By the Auto Editors of Consumer Guide

The Caparo T1 is a street-legal F1 race car with a higher horsepower-to-weight ratio than any other previous model. How does the Caparo T1 travel so fast, and why is this race car street legal?

By Ed Grabianowski

The 1966 Shelby Cobra 427 Super Snake made history on January 21 selling for a record $5.5 million. Learn why this sports car was such a hot commodity and see photos of it.

By the Auto Editors of Consumer Guide

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In chemistry, the atom is the most fundamental building block of matter. Now the automotive world has its atom -- a car so pure and simple that some people are calling it minimalist art. Learn how the Atom works and why car enthusiasts are chomping at the bit to have one in their garage.

By William Harris

Welcome to the height of high performance: The Bugatti Veyron's 16-cylinder monster engine produces 1,001 horsepower for a top speed of more than 250 mph. And it's a passenger car.

By Marshall Brain