Automobiles

Western culture was not the only thing in the midst of a revolution in 1969. The year also marked the debut of two genre-defining powerhouses of the luxury marketplace: the Zenith El Primero (the...
RobbReport .com partner Petrolicious commemorates the successful Ferrari 250 GTO by putting Derek Hill—racing driver and son of the car’s inaugural Ferrari Factory Driver Phil Hill—behind the wheel...
Halloween thrill-seekers, take note: These six scary-fast supercars will ignite your adrenaline faster than any eerie séance, haunted mansion, or ghoulish ghost story. Think you’re ready?
The 1967 Ferrari 330 P4 is incredibly rare because only four models were built (the one in this video being the only original P4 left in the world). However, according to Ferrari racing instructor...
While World Ducati Week was taking place in July in Misano, Italy, about 85 miles away in Bologna—where Ducati is based—the company reopened its museum following a months-long renovation. The...
These days, it’s rare to see cars with hood ornaments other than a few select ultra-luxury brands like Rolls-Royce and Maybach , which have hung on to the decorative element as a matter of tradition...
Car of the Year is our signature event. It brings together the finest new models that the automotive industry has to offer for a panel of impartial judges—including Robb Report editors, select...
No need to sell your soul to the devil; to be a demon on the road, all you need is one of these seven fearsome motorcycles .
Bruce Meyer shares his 1957 Ferrari 625/250 TRC originally ordered by racecar driver and California Ferrari distributor John von Neumann. Chassis #0672 won a long list of races, making it the most...
Every other year, the City of Light hosts the Mondial de l’Automobile , showcasing the latest cars destined for Europe and the rest of the world. This year, the Paris Motor Show (as it is commonly...
Cognoscenti of cars from the sixties are sure to converge at the 6th annual Bonhams Scottsdale Auction in Scottsdale, Ariz., on January 19, as a premier Porsche and Prancing Horse from that era will...
Imagine carving down a slip of canyon road while the morning sun crests the horizon; that is what Alexander Bermudez—owner of this 1990 Porsche 964 hot rod—calls a raw, unforgettable experience...
The motorcyclist of the future needs no protective gear, no helmet, and very little riding experience—a least according to BMW Motorrad , which recently unveiled its Vision Next 100 concept bike as...
This summer, Rolls-Royce offered a glimpse into the future by announcing its very first autonomous car, the Rolls-Royce Vision Next 100 . The futuristic vehicle —powered by zero-emissions technology—...
Sand, sea, and sun have long made Miami a popular vacation home destination, but over the last decade, a boom in the city’s art, design, and culture scenes has helped attract new types of high-net-...
Opening on October 23, the Art of Bugatti exhibit at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, Calif., will present the French marque’s finest masterworks—a perfect marriage of form and function...
Robert Ross reflects on a lifelong love of Ducati. In 1982, using my Lancia Scorpion as collateral, I took out a $5,000 bank loan—a small fortune for a motorcycle at the time—and bought the last new...
Compact, cute, and spunky, the Porsche Boxster is rarely confused with big brash exotic cars. In a move intended to bolster its performance and efficiency (with the inadvertent side effect of...
A salute to some of the esteemed organizations celebrating anniversaries alongside Robb Report .
On September 15, one of Enzo’s classic ponies found a new stable when a 1966 Ferrari 275 Berlinetta Competizione (GTB/C) sold for $10.3 million through RK Motors Charlotte, in Charlotte, N.C. A...
Automobiles. Fashion. Homes. Travel. The subjects may have stayed the same, but the style has certainly changed in the decades since The Robb Report ’s debut. Now known simply as Robb Report , we...
Lamborghini celebrates 50 years of the Miura by re-creating a drive that starts a film and ends abruptly. The 1969 British caper film The Italian Job opens with a soon-to-be-dead gangster driving his...
Automakers often describe cars in anthropomorphic terms like “muscular” and “seductive,” and no part of the car receives this treatment more often than its “face.” By that logic, and if the eyes are...
For years, automakers have used a mid-engine layout in ultra-high-performance sports cars for its balanced weight distribution and exceptional handling and traction. Whether rare sports cars from...
We recently reached out to a select group of industry leaders, sports luminaries, and film and television stars to ponder and pick the most influential and enduring luxury items and enterprises from...
Highly personalized pleasure craft with abbreviated build time, the new Benetti Now line could soon set a new standard for semi-custom superyachts. Debuted at the 2016 Monaco Yacht Show (from...
A posh sedan with plenty of power and performance, the Bentley Flying Spur W12 S is the marque’s fastest four-door to date. The tuned-up tourer carries a 6-liter, twin-turbo W-12 engine that has now...
In celebration of Robb Report ’s 40th anniversary, we take a look back at some of the milestones—and mishaps—that have shaped the connoisseur’s world.
The first car to break the 100 mph barrier was a 90 hp Napier, which in 1905 reached 104.65 mph—and then had its record broken 15 minutes later. Top-speed leapfrog has been the name of the game ever...

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