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With a new, contemporary design, this is not your grandfather’s Continental.
McLaren, Rolls-Royce, Porsche, Cadillac, and Lincoln, among others, made stunning showings.
The successful trip puts Audi on track to release its first autonomous car in 2017.
Armored versions of the limousine-like vehicle will also be available.
The new sedan features numerous stylistic references to the world’s great metropolises...
Robb Report puts the C63 S through its paces at the Algarve International Circuit in Portugal.
Find out how the V-8 stacks up against its V-12 stablemate...
The new sedan generates 552 hp and 465 ft lbs of torque...
Ownership of the revived luxury sedan will be by invitation only.
After halting production in 2012, Daimler has folded the historic brand under its Mercedes wing…
This year’s L.A. Auto Show saw more models introduced than at any other time in its 107-year history.
The 2017 Jaguar XE is an early indication that the British automaker is serious about its plans to expand its model lineup.
And the new Audi A3 Cabriolet and S3 Sedan speak volumes about how the German manufacturer treats its entry-level customers.
The Swedish tuner Polestar has brought the racecar driver Thed Björk to the Auto Club Speedway to put the 2015 Volvo S60 Polestar and V60 Polestar through their paces.
Bentley provides the 4-year-old Mulsanne model with an additional boost of power and exclusivity for 2015.
Aston Martin is making some very astute changes to the Vanquish (both coupe and Volante) and Rapide S for 2015
Monterey Car Week in August is a destination for automobile collectors, vintage racers, enthusiasts, and luxury carmakers from around the world.
Though electric and hybrid cars have existed for quite some time now—in fact, the first vehicle Ferdinand Porsche ever created was an electric model—a rise in consumer demand for low- and no-...
A sprint through the history of Maserati...
Last year, Infiniti initiated a brand overhaul by assigning the “Q” designation to its entire stable of vehicles.
Perhaps the only time to fittingly apply the word subtle to the Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II is when describing the redesign that it represents.
At the recent Beijing International Automotive Exhibition, BMW took the wraps off a concept vehicle that may very well hint at the German automaker’s plans for its next flagship sedan.
Following the launch of the Rolls-Royce Ghost model in 2009, the “Baby Rolls,” as it’s often called, has entered its second generation, with a host of new features and refreshed design elements.
The Geneva International Motor Show, now in its 84th year, is held each March in the Geneva Palexpo, a massive convention center located across from the airport.
When Robb Report readers took to the roads of the Napa Valley in 14 spectacular examples of contemporary automotive engineering, one vehicle sped straight toward an overwhelming victory.
The 2014 Maserati Ghibli is powered by a twin-turbo 3.0-liter V-6 built by Ferrari, which produces 404 hp when equipped with the all-wheel-drive...
The bowtie division is back in the rear-drive-performance-sedan market with the new 2014 Chevrolet SS four-door, offering V-8 power for under $50,000. Built by GM’s Holden unit in Australia, the...
One of the most famous and iconic cars of both American and English society, a 1941 Cadillac Custom Limousine that was designed for the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, will be offered at RM Auctions and...
Mercedes-Benz continues to expand its product range—but rather than going after superpremium buyers with the likes of the Maybach, it is trying to add owners to the three-pointed-star fold. The first...

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