Roger Penske is one of America’s most respected captains of industry, a name uttered with reverence from corporate boardrooms to racetrack RV parks. Whether it’s leasing and distributing medium- and heavy-duty trucks, retailing new and used automobiles, or running wildly successful teams in NASCAR, IndyCar, and other racing series, Roger Penske is a household name.

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At SEMA this year, Chevrolet showed off plenty of high-performance on-road cars, but it also brought out several hardcore off-road concepts for those of us who like to get a little mud on the tires.

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President Donald Trump has pressured American automakers to build new plants in the U.S., and now it’s Japan’s turn to face a little prodding. In Tokyo today, the president called for Japanese automakers to build more cars in the U.S.

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Just days after the debut of the Hennessey Venom F5, a car touted by its maker as being capable of 300-plus mph, a group of Koenigsegg owners organized an event to try and set a new production car top speed record–and they succeeded.

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“It’s the alpha animal of the GT stable.” In just eight words Andreas Preuninger, the man responsible for the creation of Porsche’s surgically precise 911 GT3 and the feisty Cayman GT4, neatly sums up the staggering new 911 GT2 RS.

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The incredible new 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS is the fastest and most powerful 911 ever offered — find out how Porsche created such a capable supercar-beater right here.

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The automaker that brought us the insane G500 4×4 Squared is at it again with more portal axle madness. On this episode of Ignition, host Jonny Lieberman drives the craziest wagon around: an E-Class that can handle nearly every off-road task thanks to its unique mechanical setup and 17 inches of ground clearance.

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Earlier this month, Lamborghini released an image of what we thought might be the hybrid successor to the Huracan. Turns out, that wasn’t quite right.

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The BMW M8 coupe is inching closer to its production reveal, as these latest spy shots from Germany’s famed Nürburgring show. The new photos don’t give us any more clues about the next M car’s exterior design, but they do give us a peek at its interior.

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Late last week, Infiniti announced plans to reveal a car on November 28 ahead of the L.A. auto show. Other than the location of the reveal, the only hints as to what it will show off are a sketch and the line, “Join us for the world premiere of the most advanced Infiniti in our history.

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