For the first time ever, two nominees have tied for the title of Robb Report Car of the Year...
The Giulia Quadrifoglio, the high-performance variant of Alfa Romeo’s new sedan, went on sale in December with a starting price of $72,000.
The top-of-the-line sedan is powered by a biturbo V-6 that churns out more than 500 hp…

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  1. When it comes to sporty roadsters—or cars with names that double as tongue twisters—the BMW Z4 sDrive35is is hard to beat. Saying the car’s full model designation aloud may not be its best selling...
  2. Lotus is on a roll. Last year, the small British company unveiled the Evora sport coupe—the automaker’s first all-new car in nearly 15 years—and this year Lotus surprised the world by unveiling five...
  3. Ask anyone more than 40 years old to name the most famous car in their movie-viewing memory, and chances are the 1964 Aston Martin DB5 driven by Agent 007, James Bond, will be the first that comes to...
  4. For nearly a year, images of a camouflaged supercar have appeared on virtually every automotive-enthusiast site with all signs pointing to the highly anticipated Murciélago successor: the Lamborghini...
  5. 1939 Bugatti Type 64 The Type 64 was the swan song for Jean Bugatti—eldest son of marque founder Ettore—who was killed at age 30 while test-driving a Type 57 C Tank racer. His Type 64 was an...
  6. The new $2.4 million Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport ( ) is an even more potent version of the original Molsheim monster, the Veyron 16.4, which Bugatti released five years ago...
  7. At Porsche, a marque that has been building variations on the same 911 model year after year for nearly five decades, history tends to repeat. But no true car enthusiast would ever complain about...
  8. Aston Martin’s concept was simple, and deliciously mischievous: Take the largest, most powerful engine in its lineup and shoehorn it into its smallest car. That powerplant is the 510 hp, 6-liter V-12...
  9. The Infiniti G37 is already a serious contender in the world of premium performance coupes, but the Japanese automaker is ready to make a name for itself in this extremely competitive market segment—...
  10. Only a select few American automobiles have joined the ranks of the world’s four-wheeled icons. The Model T, Corvette, Mustang, and original Lincoln Continental were commercial successes that set the...