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.
Paul Stary always had a fascination for the machines that could simulate the physics of high-adrenaline experiences—even at 10 years of age, when he took to his basement and built an airplane simu
Alan Travis’s heart is pounding as he approaches the entrance to a two-turn corkscrew about two-thirds of the way around the Laguna Seca racetrack, and if it weren’t for the high-pitched squealin
1937 Mercedes-Benz 540K Special Roadster
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Proving worthy of the carmaker’s name, the Ferrari by Logic3 (ww
With a top speed of 255 mph, the 2013 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse (www.bugatti.com) earns
For the new model year, Moto Guzzi has tinkered with its V7 lineup of retro-style road bikes, revamping or revising each of the three models.
Infiniti recognized early on that tastes in domestic transport were evolving beyond the Chevy Suburbans and Dodge Caravans that once filled soccer-field parking lots on Sat
Early factory-prepared BMW race bikes are seldom offered on the market. Most are in the company’s museum in Munich.
You might not guess by looking at it, but the current iteration of Maserati’s luscious Quattroporte dates way back to 2004.
The 600-mile drive from Crewe in the United Kingdom to Le Mans, France, is a visually lush but potentially arduous journey that negotiates channel crossings, toll roads, and lengthy expanses of ex
Even among Audi’s famously beguiling automobiles, the A5 is a serious looker.
<p">All-wheel drive and the Porsche911 go together like sauerkraut and knockwurst.
Following the Jaguar E-Type’s debut, at the 1961 Geneva International Motor Show, Road & Track’s Henry N.
Maxi Scooters may be ubiquitous in Paris, Barcelona, and other European metropolises, where gasoline prices are at least twice as high as they are in U.S.
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
Land Rover’s flagship SUV is aging well as it nears the middle of its fifth decade in production.
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.
Let’s cut to the chase: With a top speed of 205 mph, the 2013 Bentley Continental GT Speed is the fastest production car ever to wear the Flying B.
The classic car–collecting universe experienced a jarring paradigm shift in 2010 when, on October 27 in London, two Lamborghini Miuras—a 1971 Miura SVJ and a 1972 Miura SV—each eclipsed the $1 mil
A first-time visitor to the Collector Studio Motor-sport Gallery (www.collectorstudio.com) in downtown Toronto likely will feel a tad o
Once upon a decadent time, around 1670, Pierre Pérignon, a young Benedictine monk and cellar master at the Abbaye d’Hautvillers, near the town of Épernay in northern France, applied his
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.
Audi was well ahead of the curve back in 2006 when it launched the sensationally beautiful and technologically advanced R8, so even after six years in showrooms, the company’s fla
Some 900 car enthusiasts applied to participate in this year’s Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion, an annual event held August 19 through 21 at the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in Mo
Bentley Motors has a long and storied history of crafting open-top motor cars—grand automobiles like the 3-liter of the 1920s and the S1 Continental Park Ward Drophead Coupe of th
Aston Martin isn’t an automaker that maintains a huge portfolio of models, but it certainly makes the most of what it has.
1916 Hispano-Suiza Type 32 Collapsible Brougham