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  1. Bruce Meyer—collector, historic-racing enthusiast, and pursuer of high-speed thrills—offers up a succinct description of the 24 Hours of Le Mans: “It’s the Super Bowl of motorsports,” he exclaims...
  2. The Rolls Royce Phantom I was built in the 1920s as a replacement for the marque’s original Silver Ghost, but Umed Singh II, the maharaja of Kotah (India), envisioned something different for the...
  3. Using the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance as a backdrop, General Motors’ luxury division unveiled a new concept coupe that foreshadows an all-new rear-drive flagship line that could appear within...
  4. Lamborghini is issuing yet another limited edition version of the Gallardo, this time recognizing its motorsports effort with a street going version of the Super Trofeo race car called the Squadra...
  5. While Bugatti is cagey about a successor to the two-seat Veyron—rumors have the company thinking about another sports car instead of the Galibier sedan concept first shown in 2010—it continues to...
  6. Three years ago, at the Paris Motor Show, Audi showed the Quattro Concept, a two-door, all-wheel-drive supercar commemorating the 30th anniversary of the first Quattro all-wheel-drive coupe. Although...
  7. In celebration of Aston Martin’s centenary this year, Robb Report photographed chassis number 1920, which was among the first cars that the British brand ever built and is likely the automaker’s...
  8. The population of China—which at last count included 2.8 million millionaires and 315 billionaires—spends more money than any other country’s except Japan’s on luxury goods, from Louis Vuitton...
  9. The most noticeable differences between the Jaguar XKR-S GT ( ) and the XK coupe from which it derives are the former’s flamboyant but functional aerodynamic components: air intakes...
  10. The Vespa 946 ( , ), the brand’s first all-new model in six years, evokes the prototype from 1946 that the Italian industrialist Enrico Piaggio’s namesake company...