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
One writer damned the Quasi-Automatic Transmission in the otherwise smooth and affable Maserati Quattroporte for its mechanical hiccups an
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,
City streets, interstates, and showrooms abound with two-seaters masquerading as racecars built for the street.
Born in the wake of the 1961 Palace Revolt at Maranello, the Breadvan is perhaps the most instantly recognizable Ferrari—for both its quir
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Visually and mechanically, Aston Martin’s new and striking DB9 seems to offer no compelling reason for its purchase over the apparently si
Henry Ford was wrong: history is not bunk.
Maseratis are probably the prettiest, nimblest, and most enjoyable little cars that American buyers have never considered.
Luigi Chinetti Sr. did not consider his trio of victories at Le Mans his most significant professional achievement.
Push can quickly come to shove in the Porsche 911 GT3.
In 1954, Mercedes-Benz rolled out a vehicle so unique and so revolutionary that it gained universal praise.
It is only fitting that we first encountered the Carrera GT at a location previously unmarked on any map.
Take a narrow-body Porsche 911, insert heavily modified turbochargers, replace the exhaust and intakes with deeper breathing units, remap
Jaguar’s S-Type hasn’t exactly crumbled the competition, nor has it become lodged among our longings.
It is the car that has won back the heart of steely superspy James Bond, but can the newest in the Aston Martin lineup take on the likes o
To the faithful, the 911 GT2 is more the true Porsche than any other model.