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  1. Scooters may get a bad rap as anemic grocery-getters, but Yamaha counters that image with its big-engined TMAX. This industrial-strength maxi scooter boasts a fuel-injected 499cc engine with enough...
  2. Even amid the parade of motorized exotica at this summer’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, the new Audi A6 Avant ( www.audiusa.com ) attracted its share of onlookers. The wagon, which Audi...
  3. In the early 1950s, automobile designer Howard “Dutch” Darrin began imagining a new sports car in his studio in Hollywood, Calif. He sold the design, which featured doors that flipped open sideways...
  4. Nearly two decades after its introduction as the original sports sedan, the BMW M5 remains one of the best. Powered by a 5-liter V-10 pumping out 500 hp and 383 ft lbs of torque, the $81,000 M5 will...
  5. The R in the name of the new R-Class from Mercedes-Benz ( www.mbusa.com ) could stand for riddle. After all, what do you call a vehicle that is 4 inches longer than a Cadillac Escalade, is equipped...
  6. The Jaguar XK120 was a stellar sports car—perhaps the most advanced of its era. Powered by a dohc, straight-six engine that was a Jaguar hallmark for a half century, the vehicle could exceed the...
  7. Powered by a 2-liter Honda engine, the Ariel Atom ( www.arielmotor.co.uk ) will accelerate from zero to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds, faster than any sports car can. And because it weighs only 1,000 pounds—...
  8. The newly opened Mandarin Oriental in Riviera Maya, Mexico is situated on a 26-acre secluded paradise set between white beaches and a tropical jungle with protected mangrove reserves and a deep...
  9. Fairmont Hotels and Resorts, whose renowned properties include the London Savoy and the Plaza in New York, will break ground on Fairmont Tamarack , its first U.S. whole-ownership resort and vacation-...
  10. Brunello Cucinelli (212.813.0900, www.brunellocucinelli.it ) once vowed never to introduce denim into his predominantly cotton-and-cashmere sportswear collection unless he could do so, as he did last...

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