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  1. 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...
  2. The Lürssen Martha Ann (+49.421.6604.166, www.lurssen.com ) offers a level of luxury noteworthy even among superyachts. From its ornate wall sconces to its warm, paneled woodwork, François Zuretti’s...
  3. Self-driving sybarites will find no paucity of luxury sedans to tempt them. Each of these cars offers some degree of sporting behavior and demonstrates that being ensconced and being entertained are...
  4. Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has released renderings of its forthcoming “entry-level” model, code named RR4. The sedan is expected to revive one of the company’s bygone Silver monikers when it debuts in...
  5. Cape Town, South Africa, is often described as the best-kept secret in the realm of travel. If it is a secret, however, it will soon be exposed. Next year, from June 11 through July 11, the world’s...
  6. Despite its errant image, the desert resort town to which we enthusiastically retreat to indulge our ids is today a bastion of innocence in comparison with its rather sinister past. Las Vegas, after...
  7. 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...
  8. When danish optometrist Poul-Jørn Lindberg (800.386.9196, www.lindberg.com ) discovered in the early 1980s that he needed glasses himself, the last thing he wanted to do was draw attention to his...
  9. The company that the five Maserati brothers founded in Bologna, Italy, was characterized in its early decades by racing machines. The heady successes of Maserati vehicles in competitions from...
  10. Porsche’s ultimate assault on the off-road arena was the impressive Cayenne Turbo S, an uncompromising SUV-cum-sport wagon that established the performance standard for its vehicle class. Now, with...

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