BMW is introducing a 4-cylinder vehicle to the United States this fall for the first time in more than a decade.
It’s no surprise that, on the heels of its sold-out R8 GT supercar, Audi
As Ferrari’s more luxury-oriented corporate cousin, the modern Maserati has made a name for itself as a purveyor of stupendously customizable sporting cars.
For some Chevrolet Corvette connoisseurs, the early models designed by Harley Earl and engineered by Zora Arkus-Duntov best embody the style and performance that define this American spo
Sometimes history repeats itself.
Auto enthusiasts will argue endlessly about whether a car is purer in its hardtop or soft-top iterations. Some say cutting the roof off any Porsche 911 is a scar on the car’s iconic racing roots.
The Audi R8 V10 Spyder’s performance specs could have earned it a spot in the sports-car category.
True convertibles are creatures of elegance and impeccable manners that tender four spacious seats for people who prefer to tour grandly between Relais & Châteaux lodgings.
Ralph Lauren’s cars caused a stir in the art world six years ago when they were displayed at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts.
There are few manufacturers as savvy as Porsche when it comes to artfully leveraging its illustrious history and the mystique of its current models in creating limited-production
The Los Angeles Auto Show is always good for a few surprises.
THE GIFT1958 Porsche 356 1600 Normal Speedster 2011 Porsche 911 Speedster
The all-new Mercedes-Benz E350 Convertible is a handsome replacement for the recently retired CLK convertible line.
You may not have noticed, but the CLK model no longer exists in Mercedes-Benz’s lineup of cars.
Hot on the heels of its coupe stablemate, the 202 mph 2011 Bentley Continental Supersports Convertible (www.bentleymotors.c
There are very few cars on the road today more handsome than the Jaguar XKR Convertible.
Bentley’s Continental GT coupe and GTC convertible have never been shy on power or speed—the “base” models’ 552 horsepower and top speed of 195 miles per hour and the Speed editio
Fifty-six years ago, American Porsche distributor Max Hoffman convinced Ferry Porsche to make a bare-bones convertible for the U.S. market.
Unlike the Frankfurt and Paris motor shows, where the emphasis is on forthcoming production vehicles, Geneva’s Salon International de l’Auto is known primarily as the designer’s showcase, featurin
Cruising in the convertible version of the Spyker C8 Aileron is a perfect way to show off the car’s handcrafted interior. Spyker intends to boost the brand’s popularity with the 2010 C8 Aileron.
Rolls-Royce’s Drophead Coupé is built from the chassis of the Phantom sedan, and although it’s about 10 inches shorter, it still stretches nearly 19 feet from stem to stern.
The standard Boxster is much more than a rich man’s Miata: It’s a pure- blooded Porsche. But weight is the enemy of performance.
Although the Boxster S is no longer at the top of the Porsche roadster model line (it was usurped by the Boxster Spyder), it is still one of the best handling convertibles in the world.
Weight is the enemy of performance. It’s something that Porsche, with some 28,000 racetrack triumphs under its belt, knows better than most.
With 500 horsepower and superb handling abilities, the Porsche Turbo Cabriolet is one of the world’s most exhilarating drop-top sports cars.
The standard Carrera Cabriolet features a weather-guarded folding ragtop that retracts in less than 20 seconds.
The Carrera 4S Cabriolet is one of the best-handling convertibles on the market today, thanks to an all-wheel-drive system derived from the 911 Turbo.
The three-layer fabric top on the Carrera 4 Cabriolet shields the driver (and other occupants) from freezing cold and extremely hot weather conditions.
The original SLK was the first car in its segment to feature the now-obligatory folding metal roof, and the current AMG model shows why it’s still so popular.