The Durango three-row SUV finally gets the full-on Hellcat treatment complete with a 710-horsepower V8 and even a functional spoiler.
If you wanted the super-limited Dodge Demon, but couldn't get your hands on one, this is close as you're likely to get to a second chance.
The same Redeye formula we know and love in the Challenger is being applied here and that turns the Charger into an even wilder four-door, comfortable, continent-crushing good time.
From CVTs to soft-close doors, these are some of the things that annoy the Roadshow staff more than anything else.
This sedan's creased and surfaced body looks like nothing else in the small-car segment.
The Zelda videogames were turned into an animated series once in 1989. It's time for a reboot.
This keyboard's RGB lights react to what's happening within the game.
Charlize Theron kicks ass again, this time armed with eternal life and a full clip of action movie cliches.
When humans see purple, we’re really seeing a blend of red and blue light. Hummingbirds see purple plus ultraviolet—and lots of other nonspectral colors.
The new performance models will have up to 510 horsepower, an available manual transmission and optional all-wheel drive.
2021 BMW M3 and M4 will debut in September with up to 510 hp, manual transmission available - Roadshow
Both models will also be available with all-wheel drive at a later date.
Automakers are ready to serve up some stellar deals on new cars, trucks and SUVs this Independence Day.
The full-size truck segment gets an upgrade with the latest F-150. How does it stack up against the well-liked Ram 1500?
Diversifying the Academy won’t change Hollywood overnight, but it will ensure that more perspectives are taken into account when naming the best art of our time.
With solid performance and long battery life, the Moto G Fast and the Moto E are great value—if you rarely take photos with your smartphone.
The service has even caught the attention of President Donald Trump.
As the necessary shelter in place restrictions continue, we’re joined by WIRED’s Alan Henry and Adrienne So to talk about the technologies helping us pass the time.