Car of the Year 2011

The top 2011 models compete for the title, Aston Martin, Audi, Bentley, Ferrari, Porsche, Rolls-Royce & more. Plus, Spring Fashion, let there be white.

On the heels of similar conversion projects in Cambodia, China, and Sri Lanka, Singapore-based...
For three out of the last four winter seasons, Breckenridge Ski Resort has edged out its Colorado...
After nearly three years and more than $300 million, London’s legendary Savoy reopened last October...
From the ice cave in its Auriga Spa to the mattresses in its guest rooms, the new Setai Fifth...
Fast and Efficient Close your eyes while sitting in the passenger seat of the Porsche 911 Turbo S,...
Driven Daily to Extremes When the V-8-engined Audi R8 trounced its Car of the Year competition two...
Better than Expected Since the advent of the F355 in 1994, Ferrari’s mid-engine V-8s have been...
For much of the magazine’s 35-year history, the Robb Report Car of the Year competition has...
The following Robb Report readers were among the guests who joined the magazine’s editors and...
Driver’s Delight Lotus has always built cars for serious drivers possessing a disdain for excess...
Motown Hit Kudos to Cadillac for having the chutzpah to go head-to-head with Europe’s most...
No Spare Change With the quiet demise of the previous XJ series, Jaguar’s Victorian era came to an...
Lift Your Spirits The downsized Ghost has huge tire tracks to fill, those of the immortal Silver...
Higher Ground While BMW cognoscenti worship at the Alpina altar, the luxury-sedan rank and file...
Hustle and Flow The success of Aston Martin’s sedan-cum-coupe is a matter of seduction by...
Laudable Designs Ask any auto designer—off the record and after a couple of drinks—which marques he...
No Substitute The GranTurismo just might erase Maserati’s undeserved image of being the Italian car...
Roaring Yet Refined Full disclosure: The V12 Vantage was my favorite car of the year. The Aston...
Comfort and Joy The Mulsanne is designed to make the good life great. Just sitting in the driver’s...
Drive, Buy The CL63 AMG can make a driver feel invincible. The big two-door displays a very sporty...
Coworth Park, a new 240-acre retreat that opened as part of the Dorchester Collection in September...
Alexandra Mor had been eyeing the stone for weeks: an 85.30-carat, cabochon-cut emerald about the...
To enhance a timepiece’s beauty, the designers at Piaget not so simply reduce its size. "Our...
With only a handful of courses scattered across its parched, garrigue-carpeted landscape, the...
Christopher Guy calls Singapore home; his furniture creations, however, seem to exist in a fantasy...
Kevin Frazier is always on his toes. The 46-year-old correspondent for Entertainment Tonight spends...
Skipper Peter Holmberg sprung catlike between the twin helms of Sojana, his boat shoes squeaking on...
Quantum Leap is less a motorcycle than a proclamation from its creator, Eddie Meeks. His message is...
The sun resembles a fiery peach as it rises over the Zambezi River at 6 am. Fish eagles fly...
LVMH’s impressive stable of luxury brands includes, among others, fashion labels Louis Vuitton and...
In certain circles, a high price connotes quality, and few sectors of the marketplace have more...
Cadillac has launched the world’s most wicked station wagon, a vehicle derived from the carmaker’s...
The new 44-foot sport cruiser from Azimut Benetti Group–owned Atlantis allows passengers to enjoy...
Tat­tooist and artist Scott Campbell, of Brook­lyn, N.Y., has lent his interpretations of classic...
Collectors probably will not mind that the new Greubel Forsey Invention Piece 2 ( www.greubelforsey...
The pen and the sword do not have to be at odds with each other, as evidenced by the S.T. Dupont...
Sally Sirkin Lewis, who has spent nearly four decades creating designs for her Los Angeles–based...
Much of the roughly 700-pound weight of the new 5-foot-7-inch-tall Sonus Faber Flagship loudspeaker...
The daring jewelry designs from New York’s Deborah Pagani ( www.deborahpagani.com ) combine Art...
The acclaimed pâtés, terrines, and cured meats served at New York’s Bar Boulud soon can be...
Several years ago, attorney Bob Finkelstein mentioned to his friend Steve Wynn that his clients,...
1956 Maserati A6G/54 Berlinetta Before withdrawing from world championship racing in 1957, Maserati...
Even before revolution liberated the bodies of numerous highborn Frenchmen from their heads and...
A minute repeater’s appeal usually rests largely on how well the watch sounds. But Audemars Piguet...
Somewhere between Wall Street’s suit and tie and Silicon Valley’s T-shirt and jeans lies the realm...
Photography by David Roemer. Styling by Christopher Campbell. This spring, designers have delivered...