As Aston Martin’s top model, the DBS is a media darling that made its theatrical debut as the ride of choice for Britain’s top secret agent.
1963 Ferrari 400 Superamerica Aerodynamico
Few monikers in the automotive world carry quite the heft of Ferrari’s GTO.
The Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG, Robb Report’s reigning Car of the Year champion in 2010, will debut an all-electric model in 2013.
1962 Maserati 3500 GT Spyder
BMW’s new 5 series GT is a rare thing indeed. It is a concept that not only deftly avoids conventional pigeonholing but one that also constitutes its own category.
In the world of high-performance cars, the Porsche 911 Turbo has nothing to prove.
For the consideration of those who believe the Maserati GranTurismo just can’t get any prettier, the famed Italian automaker submits the dazzling 2010 Maserati GranTurismo Convert
To think of the 911 as a single model in Porsche’s scintillating range of sporting vehicles would be a pretty egregious understatement.
Mercedes-Benz is bringing back the gullwing doors that helped make the 1950s-era 300SL coupe one of the most sought-after collector cars.
The 621 hp, 12-cylinder, biturbo Bentley Continental Supersports (www.bentleymotors.com) is Bentley Motors’ leanest, mea
Hard of Gearing
Not Just Hot Air
1959 Ferrari 250 GT California LWB
1967 Toyota 2000GT
Pininfarina is sometimes too good at making cars appear sporty. Take, for example, the rakish GranTurismo, which the Italian design firm shaped for Maserati.
The Porsche 911’s soap-bar-shaped body seemingly has not changed since 1963, when the first models rolled out of Stuttgart.
You may have to look twice to discern the changes to the Porsche 911 Carrera and Carrera S Coupe and Cabriolet for the 2009 model year; the big news lies beneath
1947 Triumph 1800 Roadster.
If removing the roof of a car increases your daily vitamin D intake, it usually does so at the cost of performance.
Huge and heavy, and about as green as offshore drilling, the $341,000 Bentley Brooklands (www.bentleymotors.com)
Oh, to be among the fortunate 500, those quick-witted souls (fewer than one-fifth of whom are Americans) sharp enough to acquire one of Alfa Romeo’s 8C Competizione coupes.
In It for the Long Haul.
Maserati has loosed from its Modena stables the long-awaited GranTurismo, and it is a formidable machine.
The Audi R8 (www.audi.com) may lack a long history, but it already has experienced plenty of racing success: The prototype that
One writer damned the Quasi-Automatic Transmission in the otherwise smooth and affable Maserati Quattroporte for its mechanical hiccups and “up-shifts that are depressingly clumsy and slow.” Anoth
These are good times for Maserati, a company that a dozen years ago was only a few signatures short of bankruptcy and oblivion.
His tastes were sophisticated, his manners refined, his appearance elegant.
When the new Porsche Cayman S arrives in showrooms in the spring of 2006, it may look familiar; it will share front fenders, hood, doors, headlights, and taillights with the Boxster convertible.
Born in the wake of the 1961 Palace Revolt at Maranello, the Breadvan is perhaps the most instantly recognizable Ferrari—for both its quirky name and radical silhouette.