The convertible version of Robb Report’s 2012 Car of the Year has arrived from Sant’Agata, Italy.
While super storm Sandy was hammering the East Coast and drenching rains were merging Venice with the Adriatic Sea last fall, similar weather was pounding Morocco into mud.
Even though Ferrari may not have invented the concept of the supercar, it deserves credit for keeping the flame alive with a succession of these limited-run exotics dating all the
The sexy mid-engine Alfa Romeo 4C that debuted at this year’s Geneva Motor Show is paving the way back to the United States for the iconic Italian marque.
Bentley has recharged its most iconic model, the Mulsanne, with a series of new features that serve modern business executives.
Barrett-Jackson auto auctions began humbly with a small charitable auto show in the 60s.
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.
The arrival of a new Corvette has always been an occasion.
Wagon to a Star
No slouch when it debuted for the 2011 model year, the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Gullwing coupe has nonetheless benefited from a steady stream of meaningful revisions.
Aston Martin is kicking off its first comprehensive motorsports program in United States with the sale of 12 of its famed GT4 racecars ($195,000 each) and 10 new car models set to
The new Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster is the most outrageous model to come from the extreme Italian automaker in five decades, a car so wholly and magnificently over-the
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
Aside from the warm weather, another reason to visit Florida in February is the seventh annual Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance.
There are only 12 spots available for racecar enthusiasts who want to participate in the Richard Petty Fantasy Racing Camp, being held in Las Vegas from March 10 to 13.
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.
Land Rover’s new SUV flagship, the 2013 Range Rover, is sure to become the poster vehicle for drivers who seek unbridled luxury along with maximum utility. Or maybe just luxury.
When Porsche first launched the Cayman model back in 2006, it was well received by performance purists around the world.
The popular Infiniti G Sedan is changing its initial to Q—it will become the Q50 with the 2014 model.
Auto Concierge is a new members-only vehicle-storage center and private club that caters to the needs of devoted car collectors.
A 1955 Lincoln Futura that became the famous Batmobile in the 1960s television series and movie will be on the auction block at Barrett-Jackson’s 42nd annual Scottsdale car auctio
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.
The new Circuit of the Americas—the first and only FIA-certified Grade 1 track in the United States—defined the capital of the Lone Star State as a hub for the motorsports community.
An aesthetic redesign, the Ducati Monster Anniversary Edition (www.ducati.com) celebrates two decades of the Italian
From the late 1940s to the mid 1960s, U.S. automakers built and displayed cars that represented their visions of future designs.
When the Tata Group took Land Rover off Ford’s hands back in 2008, the future for the venerable British automaker seemed a little murky.
The Mercedes-Benz G-Class is the automotive world’s most famous rectangle.
If you’re looking for a unique street-legal sports car or a track-ready racer that you can drive immediately, this European coupe is not for you.