Since its debut in 1963, the Porsche 911 has been the benchmark of performance and desirability.
At its unveiling last spring commemorating the 50th anniversary of the DB4GT Zagato’s debut, the Aston Martin V12 Zagato (
1965 Ferrari 250 LM Pininfarina Stradale Speciale
like a sun worshipper who has shaped up for the beach season, Maserati’s already seductive drop-top is sporting more muscle and a leaner look for the summer.
Maserati GranTurismo Convertible (www.maserati.com), which might be the most beautiful topless GT on the p
If the Ferrari 458 Italia represents a revolutionary development on the part of its maker, then the Porsche 911 Turbo S (
With 20 variations in the current model line, Porsche offers a full menu of 911 flavors.
Nearly 40 years after its introduction, the Porsche Carrera RS remains an icon of air-cooled aggression that exemplifies the pure and visceral early 911 breed and represents the best of the 1970s
Driving the XKR175 is as refreshing as reading a Jaguar review that has no feline references. Jaguars have never been known as hot rods; even the marque’s byword of the XK era—"Grace .
Roaring Yet Refined
Fast and Efficient
No Spare Change
If you owned one of the world’s most coveted cars, one of the only three dozen Ferrari 250 GTOs ever made, what would it take for you to willingly part with it?
A Bang & Olufsen sound system fills the room with an instrumental composed specifically for the occasion.
The most remarkable thing about the Lexus LFA (www.lexus.com) is not that it is extremely quick (202 mph), ve
Devotees of Porsche’s 911 might appreciate the automaker’s efforts to maintain the rear-engine sports car’s performance at a state-of-the-art level as it nears its 50th anniversary.
Essentially a fully optioned Porsche Turbo, the S model gets bigger turbochargers, which translates to 30 additional horsepower and a zero-to-60-mph time of 2.9 seconds.
Aston Martin’s concept was simple, and deliciously mischievous: Take the largest, most powerful engine in its lineup and shoehorn it into its smallest car.
Those familiar with the Porsche brand know that the letters “RS” are strictly reserved for the most extreme iteration of
Fitted with the same 6-liter V-12 engine that powers Aston Martin’s larger, more expensive cars, the 2011 Aston Martin V12 Vantage (
Last year, Robb Report and Aston Martin teamed-up to build a limited run of seven all-black V8 Vantage Roadsters for serious collectors.
When Maserati’s GranTurismo debuted in 2008, it may have been too highly anticipated: The coupe was often criticized for not living up to its sporting promise.
Despite its rather docile power train, the original GranTurismo’s exterior styling represents one of Pininfarina’s most beautiful modern designs.
Ferrari was born and bred from Formula One.
Six years have passed since Ferrari unveiled its 612 Scaglietti, yet the big four-seater remains fearsomely fast.
Bentley’s 600-horsepower GTC Speed should offer enough to hold over convertible fanatics with an affinity for more oomph.
The Continental Supersports is the fastest, most powerful Bentley ever. Better yet, it’s the first Bentley built to incorporate an alternative fuel.
When it debuted three years ago, the Bentley Continental GTC was good enough to win Robb Report’s 2007 Car of the Year event—enough said, right?
Now in its sixth year of production, the DB9 coupe and its convertible twin, the DB9 Volante, remain among the world’s freshest, most elegant, and exciting grand touring cars.