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BMW made a V-16-powered 750iL named “Goldfisch” in 1987

The 1980s were a time of excess, and brought with them the rise of BMW and Mercedes-Benz as the cars of choice to project success. It should come as no surprise, then, that German automakers and excess overlapped more than once. This V-16-powered 1987 BMW 750iL is one of the best examples of the intersection between Why would they build that......


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The 2021 Ford Bronco was finally spotted testing on public roads in prototype form. To date, every Bronco sighting has been of a mule with cobbled-together body panels from a Ford Ranger pickup. The prototype sports production sheet metal and gives us our first real look at the Wrangler competitor. Spoiler: Its a box on wheels just like the......


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The much-awaited Le Mans Hypercar class is going to get some company from a new class that will be able to race worldwide. On Friday, Americas International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) and the Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO), which sanctions the 24 Hours of Le Mans, announced the new Le Mans Daytona hybrid class (LMDh) that will sit......


2020 BMW M8, "slaughter some sacred cows," six-wheel Indomitus F-550: The Week In Reverse

We slid behind the wheel of the 2020 BMW M8; VWs boss said its time to slaughter some sacred cows; and a six-wheel Ford F-550 called Indomitus is for sale. Its the Week in Reverse, right here at Motor Authority. The BMW 8-Series has returned and with it comes an M8 variant, finally. The M8 proves you can have it all, with a lovely design......


2021 Ford Bronco spy shots

The Ford Bronco is set to return in 2020, and were getting closer to seeing its final form every day. In 2017, the Blue Oval confirmed the Broncos return, though it left a lot of details to speculation. Now, we have a good look at what the 2021 Ford Bronco will look like thanks to spy shots of a prototype roaming the streets of Detroit in what......


Maseratis on ice, Al Capone's Cadillac, own an F1 car: Today's Car News

Looking to push the 550 horsepower of a 2020 Maserati Levante GTS to its limit safely Maserati has a program for just that. Its the Italian automakers winter driving school, and it lets customers and clients explore the limits of Maseratis in the cold, slippery conditions of Crested Butte, Colorado. Its more fun than any country club. A 1928......