Some car of the year participants approached the Lamborghini with the same trepidation that one might feel when encountering a large male b
Some would argue that the Dino is the most beautiful sports car ever made, and it is an argument that is difficult to counter.
For years after its introduction, the 1600 Spider represented the defining design of Alfa Romeo.
Next July, Ducati will introduce its ultimate street-legal offering: a true replica of the Desmosedici GP6 that is competing in the 2006 M
Contrary to the recent, rampant speculation circulating in Internet chat rooms, Leonardo da Vinci did not sketch the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiora
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The return flight from Miami to Los Angeles, populated by a predictably stereotypical and colorful cross section of travelers, seemed int
These are good times for Maserati, a company that a dozen years ago was only a few signatures short of bankruptcy and oblivion.
Wine is art in a glass,” William Curtis, CEO of Robb Report’s parent company, CurtCo Media, posited to our Car of the Year coterie during
Because the company had won races from its earliest days in 1947, Ferrari became the chassis of choice throughout the 1950s and early 1960
Customers wanted Ducati motorcycles in 1995. The products were modern, attractive, fairly priced, and backed by a race-winning heritage.
My relationship with Ducatis began in 1972, when the Austin, Texas, motorcycle dealership where I was a regular customer left me a cryptic
It takes just four seconds—the amount of time a Ferrari F430 requires to reach 60 mph—to understand why Lamborghini created a special edit
Ferrari always has sought to pull owner passions closer to the company’s heart, which is its racing heritage.
Creating limited edition automobiles can be a risque business, for too often the collectible nature of such a car is a complete contrivanc
The public had yet to catch a glimpse of Speed, Style, and Beauty, the exhibit that ran from March through early July at Boston’s Museum o
Early in Jack Smith’s writing career, the Philadelphia Inquirer dubbed him “Our man on the macho beat” for his coverage of the French Fore
Born in the wake of the 1961 Palace Revolt at Maranello, the Breadvan is perhaps the most instantly recognizable Ferrari—for both its quir
City streets, interstates, and showrooms abound with two-seaters masquerading as racecars built for the street.
My favorite modern Lamborghini is the Gallardo.
If the meaning of the Maserati Quattroporte’s descriptor is not obvious, it is Italian for “four doors,” but it does not refer to somethin
The airliner touches down in Bologna, a group of Italian teenagers on board cheers and applauds and then breaks into a beautiful operatic
For the last five years, American auto enthusiasts have been able only to watch with envy as their European counterparts snapped up the Pa
Exclusivity just isn’t what it used to be.