The current generation of Lamborghini Gallardo, nearing the culmination of a staggeringly successful run since it was introduced in 2003, has diverged into two opposite variants:
When Bentley Motors introduced the Mulsanne last year, the company touted the sedan as the ultimate road-going executive express.
Like Porsche’s 911 sports car, which is currently available in 18 different models, from the merely excellent Carrera to the downright outrageous Turbo S Cabriolet, the company’s
Jon Shirley wouldn’t say that he is making up for lost time. But he might go along with the notion that good things come to those who wait.
Talk to car enthusiasts or collectors anywhere, and more often than not, the benchmark luxury sedan in their possession is a Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
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Confederate Motors has been building ambitiously designed, hand-assembled motorcycles since 1991, but for its latest creation, the Birmingham, Ala.–based manufacturer has introduced a ne
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