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  1. Luxurious enough to be owned by royalty, the Land Rover Range Rover Sport Autobiography also possesses off-road abilities that enable it to traverse deserts, bogs, and Antarctic snowfields.
  2. It may be the Porsche that purists love to hate, but the Cayenne is also the brand’s biggest seller, because it offers all the conveniences of an SUV while retaining the character of a Porsche. The...
  3. Although still as discreet as ever, the Becker JetVan has a new look because Mercedes-Benz has redesigned the Sprinter on which it is based. The 2014 Sprinter features a revised front end, hood,...
  4. If flower power were an alternative energy, it would propel the ZelectricBug. Instead, the car runs on lithium-iron-phosphate batteries—the same chemistry used by Tesla Motors. The batteries are...
  5. A Morgan Roadster by any other name would be as much fun to drive. So it is with the Roadster ’65, the $105,000 answer to the prayers of Morgan enthusiasts seeking to acquire a new traditional-style...
  6. The 2015 BMW X4, which debuted at the New York International Auto Show in late April, is based on the taller X3 SUV but has a silhouette similar to that of the X6 “Sport Activity Coupe”—a term coined...
  7. The 2014 Chevrolet Corvette comes with the Stingray nameplate, a sleek new design, and a healthy 460 hp V-8 engine.
  8. In February—following the reveal of the world’s first fully electric sport motorcycle late last year from the San Francisco manufacturer Mission Motorcycles—Lito Green Motion...
  9. The biggest sale at the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance—for this year or any other year—was RM Auctions’ 1937 Delahaye 135 Competition Court Torpedo Roadster.