Unveiled 18 months ago at the Geneva Auto Show, the Infiniti Emerg-E concept is striking in appearance, and its significance as a road map to future design and product initiatives
When Honda pulled the wraps off its luxury division in 1986, Acura’s promise—“Precision Crafted Performance”—was as much a guiding principle as it was a marketing ploy.
The only thing worse than going to a trade convention in Las Vegas is the indignity of flying a commercial airline to get there.
The popular Infiniti G Sedan is changing its initial to Q—it will become the Q50 with the 2014 model.
Infiniti recognized early on that tastes in domestic transport were evolving beyond the Chevy Suburbans and Dodge Caravans that once filled soccer-field parking lots on Sat
Enjoyable as the 2013 Lexus LS 600h L is to drive, the flagship sedan might be better suited to limousine service, especially when this hybrid, long-wheelbase version of th
Since the Toyota Altezza came to America a dozen years ago wearing a Lexus emblem and an “IS” designation, this refined sport sedan (and, since 2009, hardtop convertible) has earn
Lexus takes the LS sedan very seriously.
The Nissan GT-R (www.nissanusa.com) is a car in search of a track—or possibly a runway.
When the third-generation Lexus LX570 (www.lexus.com) debuted in 2007, it embodied the automaker’s "Pursuit o
With a starting price of just over $40,000, the Infiniti JX35 (www.infiniti.com) is one of the more cost-e
The Geneva Motor Show is known in the auto industry as a designer’s showcase. Other shows focus on new production models or advanced technologies, but Geneva is about design.
Attend any auto show around the world and you will find concept vehicles that defy automotive conventions and stereotypes.
Twenty-odd years of fastidious engineering and unsurpassed quality have put Lexus in the pantheon of luxury automakers.
The world of MotoGP racing is a richly funded, high-stakes microcosm where the best of the best do battle on million-dollar machines. But the Grand Prix world stage isn’t entirely inaccessible.
When you drive the 2012 Nissan GT-R, red lights mean go.
To celebrate the July wedding of His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco to Charlene Wittstock,
Fifteen years ago, Jonathan Ward saw enough beauty in the beat-up bodies of vintage Toyota Land Cruisers to launch TLC, a Van Nuys, Calif., company that restored and serviced the off-road vehicles.
In the oversize-SUV category that includes the Cadillac Escalade, GMC Yukon, and Lincoln Navigator, to name three, the best of the biggest is the Infiniti QX56 (
Six years passed between the debut of the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R, in 2004, and the super sport’s first comprehensive update. But the improvements were worth the wait.
While most SUVs are never asked to demonstrate their recreational capabilities—why would anyone actually take a Cayenne off-road?—the XPLORE Adventure Series FJ Cruiser
While it’s lovely to have prodigious power under your right foot, a sumptuous cabin to coddle you, and a 16-speaker audio system to amuse you, sometimes a car’s most desirable amenity is the abili
Powered by a massive 1700 cc V-4 engine and dressed by Hermès in buffalo leather, the 2011 Yamaha Hermès VMAX (www.
The most remarkable thing about the Lexus LFA (www.lexus.com) is not that it is extremely quick (202 mph), ve
Not just any car merits a nickname like “Godzilla.” A longtime performance icon in its homeland, the Nissan GT-R took America by storm three years ago with radical looks, a twin-t
The Infiniti G37 is already a serious contender in the world of premium performance coupes, but the Japanese automaker is ready to make a name for itself in this extremely competi
Progress: It’s a beautiful thing.
Known as the Skyline in its native Japan, the legendary GT-R sports car alters the meaning of "bang for your buck." For starters, it has lapped the famed Nürburgring Nordschleife in 7 minutes and
Although the SC 430 won’t win any automotive design awards, it still may find a place in the Lexus annals as one of the marque’s most timelessly appealing models.