Automobiles

These three new models should contribute to the growing popularity of battery-powered bicycles. Electric bikes certainly are not new. In the late 1890s, at least three inventors drew up plans and...
Though Bugatti ’s corporate operations are based at the Volkswagen Group’s mother ship in Wolfsburg, Germany, the brand’s spiritual cortex in Molsheim lies over 350 miles to the south in the bucolic...
Volvo’s new S90 is engineered to keep you out of harm’s way. The Hamptons—specifically, Montauk, N.Y., at the tip of Long Island’s South Fork—was the setting for a late-summer test-drive of the Volvo...
Dashing by every definition, the new 215 hp Ducati 1299 Superleggera not only turns heads as the brand’s fastest bike ever built but also as the world’s first production motorcycle to feature a...
The spectacular new Aston Martin DB11 may have stolen the spotlight from the brand’s aging lineup, but another model is quickly becoming the buzz of the old school enthusiast set: the manual...
Ready to substantiate recent rumors about a new motorcycle brand based in the Big Apple, the Vanguard Roadster will be unveiled at the New York City Motorcycle show on December 9. The aptly named...
Driven by philanthropy, Ferrari has created a Prancing Horse with a purpose—a one-off LaFerrari to be auctioned through RM Sotheby’s as a benefit to the victims of the recent earthquakes in central...
A limousine that Louis XVI would have loved, the 1926 Rolls-Royce Phantom I commissioned by business baron Clarence Gasque will become available to automotive aristocracy at the Bonhams Bond Street...
Four cylinders are enough for Porsche’s new 718 Boxster. The top was down on the Porsche 718 Boxster S ( porsche.com ), allowing the hot Texas wind to blast against my face as I took a series of...
What the editors are obsessing about this holiday season.
What Robb Report partner Petrolicious describes as the “brawny brother” to the Porsche 911, the 1973 2.7 Carrera RS sets itself apart thanks to a ducktail rear spoiler, big brakes, flared fenders and...
Steven Read, a former member of the U.S. Alpine Ski Team, has always compared his 1972 Ferrari 312PB to skis because of its precision. The 312PB, which Read has spent about 20 hours per year driving...
Here’s a chance for you and 23 guests to travel to Napa Valley and spend a day driving a dozen of the world’s top new cars before casting votes for Robb Report ’s Car of the Year. This group of gifts...
Despite being considered a frontrunner during its racing season in 1971, the Ferrari 512 M —manned by the “dream team” of owner Roger Penske, mechanic John Woodard, and drivers Mark Donohue and David...
If the only time you can stand to sit still is when you’re behind the wheel of a high-performance vehicle, these gifts will really rev your engine. They include driving a dozen of the world’s finest...
From an apprenticeship with a Michelin three-star chef to caviar, chocolates, and bone-in Wagyu steaks, the nine gifts included here are sure to be appreciated by any of the foodies on your list.
For the adventurous soul or avid collector on your gift list, these million-dollar gifts have a little something for everyone, from a semicustom yacht to a penthouse in Miami, or a supersonic private...
One of only three “Works Lightweight” cars ever built by Jaguar , this extremely rare and coveted 1953 C-Type had an impressive racing history, winning many titles at the hands of Scottish racing...
This time of year, airports, railway stations, and roads see an upturn in traffic as many plan for their pilgrimage back home to reconnect with friends and family. It is a mass migration immortalized...
Produced in limited numbers between 1979 and 1981, the BMW M1 was originally created to get the automaker back into Group 4 racing but was faced with delays and missed its opportunity to be legal...
Once a premier venue for good old-fashioned car reveals, the Los Angeles Auto Show has attempted to reinvent itself as a showcase for automotive technology and future mobility, with a new swath of...
Interior designer Barclay Butera puts his spin on a client’s custom Rolls-Royce Dawn. On the Southern California coast, in Newport Beach, Barclay Butera ( barclaybutera.com ) first made inroads into...
Robb Report partner Petrolicious sits down with Emory Motorsports founder Rod Emory as he delves into his family’s multigenerational automotive outlaw history. The Emory family has been in the...
Porsche opened its doors to West Coast car enthusiasts this week with the inauguration of the Porsche Experience Center Los Angeles (PEC LA), a $60 million complex that promises to draw more than 50,...
Performance and handling take a front seat in the new Lamborghini Huracán Rear-Wheel-Drive Spyder revealed today in sun-soaked Pacific Palisades, Calif., a fitting location for the marque’s latest...
In recognition of the 1960 winner of the Targa Florio endurance race in the mountains of Sicily, RobbReport.com partner Petrolicious shares its uncut footage of championship-winning British driver...
A perennial favorite adds turbos and other bells and whistles that never sounded—or felt—so good. No one is as obstinate as the owners of old rear-engine Porsches. Resistance to change seems to be...
The Ferrari 275 GTB/4 convertible in Reggie Jackson’s collection is tantalizingly close to being a type that has sold for $27.5 million. Over the past five decades, hundreds of cars have zoomed in...
A Prancing Horse with profound provenance, a 1962 Ferrari 250 Gran Turismo Omologato (GTO) is currently being offered on the open market through renowned classics broker Talacrest for a reported $55...
The judges at Robb Report ’s annual Car of the Year competition in Napa Valley (taking place through November 11) are a busy lot: In just one short day, every member of each judging group will drive...

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