Car Reviews

The 2015 Range Rover Sport SVR is a Stilted Supercar

Big, brash, boisterous and very, very blue

The 2016 Honda Accord Coupe Touring Is a Rare Breed

Strategically balancing practicality and performance.

The 2016 Lexus IS 200t F Sport Changes Its Tune

It's a Crowd Pleaser, not a Rubber Roaster

The 2016 Fiat 500X Likes to Dress More Than Play

Amping up the Fiat lineup by entering the small CUV fray.

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2015 Volkswagen Golf

The 2016 Audi R18 is Set To Win Back Le Mans

The new, more potent Audi puts Porsche in its crosshairs

Oh, there's always someone better. Audi, naturally, forgot about that saying, having racked up 11 Le Mans victories over the past 17 years, no small feat. Audi has something to say about it for the 2016 24 Hours of Le Mans, one of the most challenging endurance races in history. The menacing 2016 R18 is the "most powerful and efficient race car Audi has ever built", according to Audi.

A Six-wheeled Toyota Hilux Beast is Born

This truck has more than just two extra wheels

Six wheeled off-road behemoths have become a bit of a trend in recent years. Mercedes-Benz created the six-wheeled G63 AMG in 2013, and Kahn Design, a British company, built a six-wheeled Defender it named Flying Huntsman earlier this year. Now, the Bulgarian tuning firm Vromos has done it again, building a six-wheeled Toyota Hilux.

GEAR UP!: The AutoSock Is Winter's Friendly Alternative to Tire Chains

Almost easier to put on than your own winter socks

Tire chains aren't exactly convenient, nor are they legal in all 50 states for obvious reasons. They chew up roads and increase noise levels while driving. Plus, they're just a pain to install. Well, times have changed, and there are a host of options out there including synthetic chains. But the AutoSock might just be the smartest and easiest choice available, and they're made for everything from small passenger cars to SUVs and even 18-wheelers.

Ford's Drugged Driving Suit Simulates the Effects of Cocaine and Ecstasy

Wicked Tech: New suit highlights the dangers of impaired driving

Close to 10 million people age 12 and older have confessed to driving under the influence of illegal drugs at one point, according to the 2013 National Survey on Drug Use and Health. To educate youth on the dangers of impaired driving, Ford created a suit that simulates the effects drugs can have on one's reaction times.

Jeff Gordon Parks Car For Last Time, 101-Year Old Woman Jumps Out of a Car, and Taking Driving Test In a Porsche

Our selection of the best car-related videos for November 27th

We get it. It's Friday, you're tired after slogging through another brutal work week. As the week winds down, grab yourself a smooth cup of joe, kick up the legs (not too high, now), and enjoy Web2Carz ' selection of top choice automotive-related clips to bring a smile to your tired face. So, without further ado, check out our illustrious selections.

7 Great Cars under $25,000

Your perfect vehicle should also be perfectly affordable

Looking for a vehicle you'll love the entire time you own it? Need a car under $25,000? You've come to the right place. There are hundreds of cars available for the 2016 model year, but many of them won't be quite right for your needs. Lucky for you, we've rounded up seven great cars to make things a little easier.

Audi Is Going Electric, Vowing to Make 25 Percent of its Vehicles EVs by 2025

The Ingolstadt carmaker wants to bring EVs to the mainstream

Audi has finally decided to enter the electric vehicle arena, and it wants to lead the charge. Audi declared 25 percent of its sales in the U.S. will come from electric vehicles by 2025. With the cost of electric batteries continuing to fall, from $1,000 per kilowatt hour in 2007 to nearly one-tenth that price by the next decade, Audi wants to seize the opportunity to make electric driving more affordable to consumers.

Nine 21st Century Automotive Turkeys That Deserved To Die

Each one of them was a sin against the car gods

The age of horrid cars should be over by now, right? The 21st century should only be rife with stellar automobiles that aren't the object of disdain and ridicule, rather garnering only praise and envy from both automotive journalists and consumers alike. But if you think the age of lousy automobiles is gone, think again. The 21st century has been full of less-than-favorable vehicles, and it's likely that we'll never be completely rid of them.

UAW Finalizes Agreements with Ford and GM

Nobody's completely happy, which may mean everyone got a good deal

The United Auto Workers announced finalized agreements with both Ford and General Motors, ending weeks of negotiation. While most seem happy to have ratified contracts, some of the voting was tight. The UAW's deal with Ford passed with 51.3 percent of the workers favoring the contract, and 52.4 percent of skilled trades workers accepting it.

5 Best Trendy Cars Deliver Hipster Love

A short-list of cars to make you look cooler than you actually are

At one time the term "hipster" was ascribed to indigent jazz musicians, poets, and malcontents with a solid record collection and codified language - in other words individuals with no money. Well, that ethos still exists but it has been commodified and marketed to current day hipsters who drive cars that reflect their stark individualism.

2017 Vehicles Unveiled at the LA Auto Show

What buyers have to look forward to in showrooms next year

A series of vehicle debuts are taking center stage at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Domestic brands like Ford, Lincoln, and Cadilllac showcased new designs for sedans. Meanwhile, automakers from overseas brought their best talent to shine in the limelight. We take a look at 10 debuts of 2017 models we're looking forward to see in showrooms next year.

LEGENDS: Give Thanks to Chrysler for the Plymouth Superbird

This rarity is a storied oddity that's now an automotive icon

In 1969 Plymouth was on a mission to win back Richard Petty from Ford. The NASCAR legend had gone over to the dark side as far as Plymouth was concerned, so the car company built the Superbird to fly him back to the light. The Superbird was a muscled-up Plymouth Roadrunner with a pointed bolt on nose and one of the biggest spoilers on the face of the earth.

New Cars with Old School Style Make Vintage Design Modern

They carry forward more than just the spirit of the originals

Some of the best automotive designs never really change. Sure, they evolve over the decades, but when it comes to iconic design - the proof is in the pudding. There's a reason why automotive designers don't deviate all that much from the truly masterful designs. Luckily retro-styled cars - brand new models - are coming straight from the factory, and with seamless, modern engineering and performance. Here are five modern cars that still strongly echo the classic designs of the past.

First Drive: The 2016 Prius Aims to Trend Set Hybrids Once Again

Edgy styling and real world performance set it apart

Fifteen years ago, Toyota launched the world's first mass-produced gasoline/electric hybrid vehicle, named Prius. Latin for "to go before," the name suggested that this groundbreaking vehicle would be a leader among others to come. Now, nearly two decades later, those others have come, and they're giving the original fuel-sipper a run for its money.