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  1. 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...
  2. 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...
  3. 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...
  4. Kaiser Motors Corp., which built cars in the United States from 1945 until 1955, introduced the Kaiser-Darrin model in late 1952. This was about a month before General Motors debuted the Corvette,...
  5. OriginTimes has the perfect winder for the new Parmigiani Bugatti Super Sport watch ("The Super Car to Watch,")—and 15 other timepieces. The $98,500 Big Block Winder ( www.origintimes.com ) is...
  6. Corum recently tackled a tricky engineering challenge and, in the process, produced the Corum Ti-Bridge ( www.corum.ch ), a contemporary watch with a robust movement inspired by the famous Golden...
  7. For many riders, Italian superbike is synonymous with Ducati. But the 2010 Aprilia RSV4 Factory ( www.apriliausa.com ) promises to change minds—and turn heads. The $21,000 superbike weighs less than...
  8. In racing and in sales, German sports-car manufacturers are fierce competitors. So it is not surprising—after Mercedes-Benz opened a new museum in 2006 and BMW debuted one in 2008—that Porsche is...
  9. The Master Compressor Diving Pro Geographic, which is recognizable by its 46.3-mm diameter, houses a new Geographic sports movement. All the wearer needs to do is position the city symbolizing a...
  10. When asked to list the world’s most desirable sports cars, most auto enthusiasts will quickly recite a handful of European marques whose various crests are adorned with equines, bovines, and avian...

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