Mercedes-Benz continues to expand its product range—but rather than going after superpremium buyers with the likes of the Maybach, it is trying to add owners to the three-pointed-
Mercedes-Benz had barely taken the wraps off its new S-Class before it also announced the high-performance AMG version of the flagship sedan.
Lincoln has embarked on an ambitious program to remake itself, turning away from such traditional fare as the full-size Town Car and banking on a new generation of midsize cars an
This fall’s introduction of the 2014 Cadillac CTS marks the third generation of the rear-drive sedan that shifted the division’s competitive focus from traditional brands like Lin
Stately is a word usually associated with Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, but in the case of the new Wraith, another S word—stunning—seems far more appropriate.
It was just four years ago that Aston Martin introduced the Rapide, and already the British automaker is back with a new and improved version of this sporty four-door.
Bentley has recharged its most iconic model, the Mulsanne, with a series of new features that serve modern business executives.
When Honda pulled the wraps off its luxury division in 1986, Acura’s promise—“Precision Crafted Performance”—was as much a guiding principle as it was a marketing ploy.
Since its model-year 2009 debut, Jaguar’s sensuous XF sedan has emerged as one of the British automaker’s greatest hits, with a lineup that has expanded to include a turbocharged
Since it debuted in September 2009 and wafted into U.S. showrooms midway through 2010, the Rolls-Royce Ghost has outsold the brand’s flagship Phantom (available in a standard sedan, long-wheelbase sedan, coupe, and convertible) by a ratio of 3 to 1.
The only thing worse than going to a trade convention in Las Vegas is the indignity of flying a commercial airline to get there.
The popular Infiniti G Sedan is changing its initial to Q—it will become the Q50 with the 2014 model.
Audi’s previous S8, retired after the 2011 model year, was blessed with a brutish version of the 5.2-liter V-10 engine from its corporate cousin Lamborghini.
You might not guess by looking at it, but the current iteration of Maserati’s luscious Quattroporte dates way back to 2004.
Enjoyable as the 2013 Lexus LS 600h L is to drive, the flagship sedan might be better suited to limousine service, especially when this hybrid, long-wheelbase version of th
Since the Toyota Altezza came to America a dozen years ago wearing a Lexus emblem and an “IS” designation, this refined sport sedan (and, since 2009, hardtop convertible) has earn
Lexus takes the LS sedan very seriously.
In the rarefied realm of CEO-caliber automobiles, standing still is not an option. BMW knows this well; its grand 7 Series sedan is in a constant state of upward mobility.
Exemplifying the shape of things to come from the automaker, the 2013 Lincoln MKZ (www.lincoln.com) displays a smoot
When Bentley Motors introduced the Mulsanne last year, the company touted the sedan as the ultimate road-going executive express.
Mercedes-Benz’s CLS 500 arrived on the market seven years ago as a brilliant optical illusion with an oxymoronic classification.
Chrysler’s dark and serious television commercials convey the message that the brand’s 300 sedan is imported from Detroit.
The big man on Audi’s campus is the long, luxurious 12-cylinder version of the new A8 sedan, the Audi A8 L W12 (www.
The latest and eighth addition to the carmaker’s four-door-coupe model line, the Porsche Panamera GTS (www.porsche.c
For drivers old enough to have experienced the original M5, BMW holds special significance.
Cadillac has a long history of crafting unapologetically large—and unabashedly luxurious—top-line models.
Porschephiles seeking to maximize their four-door fun will welcome the Porsche Panamera GTS (www.porsche.us), which i
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