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  1. Flying High The Aston Martin Vanquish Volante does not need an ejection seat, concealed machine guns, or tire-slashing wheel spinners. Even without those features it still embodies the qualities that...
  2. Dual Purpose The handsome, quick, and practical BMW M6 Gran Coupe placed first among the four-door vehicles at this year’s Car of the Year contest—ahead of the Bentley Flying Spur, Porsche Panamera,...
  3. Continental Divide While some may carp about the size, price, and decadent details of Bentley cars, knowing souls concur that the company has always represented the apogee of poise and luxury. The...
  4. A Cut Above Porsche seems to have cast the Cayman as an automotive Cinderella, forcing it to assume a subservient role to its domineering 911 siblings. Though it has been denied 911 power and finery...
  5. Daily Beast Porsche was the only brand with two horses in the 2014 Car of the Year competition, and the Panamera Turbo placed immediately behind the sporty Cayman S. The cars’ adjacent finishes speak...
  6. It had been a long time since Jaguar built a sports car—some four decades, in fact.
  7. Stingray, a Chevrolet designation first given to a Corvette in 1963, has become a synonym for daring GM design.
  8. The Mercedes-Benz S-Class, which has been in production longer than any other current luxury sedan, represents the category’s benchmark.
  9. No longer content with selling a few thousand cars per year in the United States, Maserati is expanding its model line to broaden its appeal.
  10. Signature Comfort The luckiest judges were the ones whose final drive was in the Range Rover Autobiography. After nine hours of exhilaration spikes and adrenaline rushes from thrashing the Ferrari,...