The 1957-1980 Lotus Seven is pure sports car intended to be affordable but with virtually no amenities. It was originally offered as a kit that required assembly. Learn about the 1957-1980 Lotus Seven including the production facts and specifications.
The 1935-1956 HRG 1100/1500 was a nimble hard-riding British sports car. Though a real driver's car and quite reliable for rallying and other competition, the HRG was incredibly uncomfortable. Get details on this exclusive vintage collectible here.
The Porsche Cayenne is an SUV of towering performance, but it was born in controversy because it was the first four-door Porsche. Why did Porsche choose to make a SUV? Find out why and more information about the red-hot Cayenne.
The Porsche Cayman is not merely a coupe version of the Porsche Boxster convertible. The Cayman adds a rigid closed-coupe structure to create a stable, scalpel-sharp instrument of driving excitement. Learn about this great sports car in an article and pictures.
The Porsche Boxster helped redefine Porsche excitement. Offered as a 201-horsepower base model or a 295-horsepower S model. Learn about the history of the Boxster and Boxster S and see pictures of these great cars.
The Porsche Cayman puts a hardtop on the Porsche Boxster to create a scalpel-sharp sports car. The Cayman exists to bridge what had been a fairly big price gap between the Porsche Boxster and 997-series Porsche 911 Carrera. Check out this illustrated history of the Cayman.
The Porsche Boxster debuted in 1997 as the new entry-level Porsche, and became a sports-car classic. It was a two-seat roadster with looks and road manners. Check out this illustrated history of the Boxster.
The Porsche 924 Porsche 944 and Porsche 968 were Porsche's ideal front-engine sports cars. Each version of this front-engine Porsche had its own look. Learn how Porsche's front-engine adventure began with the 924 in the late 1970s.
Porsche cars come alive in this history of all production models, starting with the first Porsche 356 to today's 480-horsepower all-wheel-drive Porsche 911 Carrera Turbo. Check out these articles pictures and specs.
The Porsche 928 was one of the most expensive of the line -- and at one time the world's fastest road car. The 928 was burly and luxurious, and broke with Porsche tradition in having a water-cooled front engine. Learn its specifications and see pictures.
The legendary Porsche 911 is a smooth sleek dream of a sports car. It has been brilliantly updated, but never lost its focus on pure performance. Follow the evolution of the 911 over the years with pictures and specifications.
The Porsche 914 and the hotter Porsche 914/6 debuted in the U.S. in 1970. Porsche caused some controversy by using some Volkswagen parts on the 914. Follow the evolution of the 914 through pictures and specifications.
The Porsche 959 was built to be the ultimate performance sports car, and it delivered. The twin turbo motor engine, with all wheel drive, could go from zero to sixty in four seconds. Learn the specifications and see pictures of this classic car.
The Porsche 924 Porsche 944 and Porsche 968 were sometimes controversial Porsches. They were a family of front-engine Porsches, but the engines they used cause much controversy. Follow their evolution in pictures and specifications.
For more than 40 years the Porsche 911 has amazed sports-car buyers and critics alike. The 911 preserved the essence of earlier Porsches, while setting a new and entirely higher standard of engineering and design. Learn about the 911's many series and models here.
From its start as one of the first American sports cars to today, the Corvette never failed to impress. Few automobiles stir as much passion in their owners and fans as the Chevrolet Corvette. See pictures that trace Corvette’s history.
The Porsche 356 was the original Porsche sports car. The 356 was lightweight with a rear-engine that came as a coupe or a cabriolet bodystyle. Follow the evolution and improvements of the 356 through pictures and specifications.
The 1997 Corvette featured a fresh and sophisticated new design that was a favorite with buyers and reviewers. The redesigned Corvette sported a new all-aluminum 350-cid LS1 V-8 that produced 345-bhp. Discover the fifth generation Corvette.
In 1998 Corvette bowed the C5 convertible which sported all the great C5 design and engineering features. The new convertible sported the first external trunk lid on an open-air Corvette in 36 years. Follow the development of the C5 Corvette.
The 1999 Corvette expanded Chevy's line of powerful sports cars with the introduction of a notchback hardtop coupe. The hardtop's beefier structure made its body 12 percent more rigid than the coupe. Learn more about the C5 Corvettes.