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  1. Pininfarina is sometimes too good at making cars appear sporty. Take, for example, the rakish GranTurismo, which the Italian design firm shaped for Maserati. The car’s silhouette promises a level of...
  2. Italian kitchens are joining the ranks of Italian sports cars, with sleek designs that incorporate luxurious materials and innovative details. Looking toward the future, Snaidero, a top manufacturer...
  3. Sensory. The dictionary defines it as "pertaining to the senses." And sensory, in a word, defines the guest experience at Bellagio. For Bellagio is, quite simply, a gorgeous garden of romance and...
  4. Finally—after years of design and R&D, missed deadlines, and revised timetables—very light jets (VLJs) soon will reach customers. More than a half-dozen companies are building these zippy...
  5. Not Just Hot Air That the Mercedes-Benz SL63 AMG placed second in this group testifies to the hardiness and resiliency of the SL platform, which won back-to-back top honors in this competition—first...
  6. The sedentary life adopted by our species when we gave up the exhilarations of hunting and gathering for the prosaic demands of agriculture is a relatively recent invention. From the beginning, we...
  7. It is the day before the 2006 Newport-to-Bermuda race, and any minute now we are going to cast off and put one of the racing yachts through its paces. But first, Enrico Chieffi, Italy’s two-time...
  8. A small league of automobile purists waits all year to convene at Quail Lodge in Monterey County’s Carmel Valley for the annual Quail Rally. Then, for three exalted days each August, these 30...
  9. For Italian designer Brunello Cucinelli (distributed by IMC Group, 212.750.2990, www.brunellocucinelli.it ), the concept of sportif fashion refers more to a casual lifestyle than actual athletics...
  10. One day a few years ago, James Twitchell, professor of English and advertising at the University of Florida, was browsing through a bookstore when he came across a copy of Robb Report’s 1999 “Best of...

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