Our Sports Car Information section goes under the hood to look at performance and history of classic and modern sports cars. Get sports car information and pictures here.
The history of Ferrari sheds light on the mystery of the world's most exciting automobiles and the men behind them. Discover how Ferrari evolved from the racetrack to the legendary status it holds today.
The 2006 Ford Mustang wasn't altered significantly but a series of special-edition Mustangs including the rental-only Shelby GT-H kept the pony car kicking. Learn all about the 2006 Mustang lineup.
The 2007 Ford Mustang model year included the Shelby GT500 the most powerful production Mustang ever and the Shelby GT. Learn all about the 2007 Mustang and Shelby Mustang models.
The history of the Ford Mustang is packed with more than four decades of excitement. Learn the complete history of America's favorite sporty car told though hundreds of photos, behind-the-scenes stories, interviews, and much more.
J Mays was given the task of remaking Ford's iconic Mustang pony car after achieving fame as an automotive designer. Read in his own words how he designed Mustang to satisfy an increasingly urban society.
The redesigned 2005 Ford Mustang and the 2006 Mustang and 2007 Mustang models it spawned showcase everything that’s best about America’s favorite pony car. Go behind the scenes to learn all about the newest Mustang.
Find specifications for the 2005, 2006 and 2007 Ford Mustang here.
The Ford Mustang was rejuvenated for 1999 with "New Edge" styling more power and many key refinements. By 2003 Mustang was the only pony car in America. Learn all about the 1999-2004 Mustang saga.
The mission for Ford's Special Vehicle Team was "to use the best-available resources from both inside and outside Ford to explore new ways of creating and marketing high-performance vehicles." Learn more about Ford's SVT group.
Ford Mustang magic has much to do with things that facts and figures can't capture. Nevertheless, there is a lot about this legendary car that is quantifiable. Here's a by-the-numbers look at every Ford Mustang since 1965.
Mustang’s silver anniversary was golden indeed for Ford coming during one of the icon’s best-loved generations. Learn how the 1987-1993 generation managed to survive slumping sales in a sputtering economy to maintain its popularity.
Want to learn what made the 1987-1993 Ford Mustang go? Take a peek under the hood. Check out these specifications of the Mustangs from this era.
The 1994-1998 Ford Mustang rekindled the magic of the car's previous generations. Engine sizes ranged from a 3.8 liter V-6 to a 4.6 liter V-8. Go to these specifications for an inside look.
See these 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Ford Mustang specifications. The 10th generation had a more geometric design and an increase in horsepower. They have key details on everything from the engines to the transmissions.
Special Vehicle Operations was the source of some of the quickest and best-balanced American performance cars of the 1980s and '90s. Learn about the Mustangs created by the speed-oriented SVO unit.
Leading up to 1994 Ford held off the pony-car competition by creating a stronger sleeker more agile Mustang. Learn about the best Mustang in years arriving in time for the original pony car's 30th birthday
See these 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986 Ford Mustang specifications to see how Ford lived up to its "Total Performance" motto. They provide useful details on everything from engine types to transmissions.
In the early 1980s Ford went back to the tracks back to genuine performance Mustangs -- and back to solid sales and profits. Learn all about the Ford Mustang from 1982 to 1986.
April, 13 1964 was a big day for Lee Iacocca. He introduced his brainchild the Ford Mustang to the world lauding its versatility ranging from bargain to high-performance versions. Read excerpts of his unveiling speech.
The sales success of the 1965 Ford Mustang was a key factor in launching Trans-Am racing, which was staged on road courses coast to coast. Learn more about the struggles for Trans-Am dominance.
The Ford Shelby Mustang GT500 isn't just another souped-up Mustang. With 500 horsepower, it's the most powerful Mustang ever to roll off a factory production line. See what sets the GT500 apart from other Mustang models.
Some would say it's the greatest supercar to date. Others would shout it from the rooftops. The Porsche Carrera GT weighs in at just 3000 pounds and kicks out 605 horsepower off the assembly line. Check out the Carrera GT and see what $440,000 buys these days.
Riding high on successful European sales, British manufacturer Lotus introduced its Elise into the American car market in 2005. Find out why this car’s straightforward design makes it so popular as a quintessential sports car.
Every few years the two facets of Ferrari combine, taking the high-tech high-performance designs of Formula One and putting them into the ultimate street car. Learn all about the Enzo.