Fewer than 100 models of the original Spyker C8 have been delivered to the United States since production began in 2000, making the Dutch-built sports car scarcer than a Ferrari Enzo on American s
Considered by many automotive enthusiast to be the true "driver's Porsche," the Cayman's harder-edged demeanor and mid-engine layout commands respect.
Those who enjoy the open air of a convertible and the rigidity of a coupe will find a happy compromise in the Porsche Targa 4S.
With its sophisticated all-wheel drive system and classic shape, the Carrera 4 provides everything that drivers expect from a Porsche.
The standard Carrera Cabriolet features a weather-guarded folding ragtop that retracts in less than 20 seconds.
The Porsche 911’s longtime popularity and evolutionary styling changes help preserve its value but can make it seem ubiquitous.
As Infiniti’s most popular model line, the G Series has always been chasing the BMW 3 Series—from sales numbers to performance figures.
Azimut’s Leonardo 100 is an entirely new style of yacht.
The Ariel Atom 3 is not for faint of heart. Essentially a no-holds-barred performance machine, this road-going rocket ship gives the Bugatti Veyron a run for its money off the line.
The Porsche 911 Turbo has nothing to prove in the world of ultimate performance cars. Its introduction to the U.S.