When the Tata Group took Land Rover off Ford’s hands back in 2008, the future for the venerable British automaker seemed a little murky.
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class is the automotive world’s most famous rectangle.
You might not guess by looking at it, but the current iteration of Maserati’s luscious Quattroporte dates way back to 2004.
The 600-mile drive from Crewe in the United Kingdom to Le Mans, France, is a visually lush but potentially arduous journey that negotiates channel crossings, toll roads, and lengthy expanses of ex
Even among Audi’s famously beguiling automobiles, the A5 is a serious looker.
All-wheel drive and the Porsche 911 go together like sauerkraut and knockwurst.
Since the Toyota Altezza came to America a dozen years ago wearing a Lexus emblem and an “IS” designation, this refined sport sedan (and, since 2009, hardtop convertible) has earned an enthusiasti
Lexus takes the LS sedan very seriously. For Japanese automotive workers, a position on the dedicated LS production line at Toyota’s Tahara factory is considered an extraordinary privilege.
Let’s cut to the chase: With a top speed of 205 mph, the 2013 Bentley Continental GT Speed is the fastest production car ever to wear the Flying B.
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