Among mid-luxury four doors, in a segment that includes the deeply impressive Mercedes-Benz E-Class and BMW 5-series sedans, Audi’s A6 has always been content to play the role of
Proof that where there’s a will, there’s a niche, Mercedes-Benz (which already offers 16 model lines in the United States) plans to extend its family tree once again with a produc
Over the past two years, there has not been a more popular car style than the four-door coupe.
Audi won this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans after a mid-June day and night of pounding, flat-out racing—the kind where vision blurs at 220 mph, g forces multiply a driver’s body weight by a
With new-model offerings in the four-door coupe segment from nearly every luxury automaker this year, this relatively new automotive market share appears to be bursting at the seams.
Older fans of the roundel know that BMW’s rise from the rubble of World War II to its current status as a world-class luxury-performance brand is the most remarkable success story among all the Eu
Since the launch of the original XJ6 in 1968, Jaguar fanciers have regarded the XJ as one of the world’s sexiest sedans.
During the formative decades of the luxury motorcar, oversize was a virtue. Girth was good, and bigger was even better.
When Mercedes-Benz decided that it was time for the S-Class to receive a nip-tuck-style face-lift for 2010, it also chose to offer a model that would appeal to a more discriminating driver: one th
The Phantom EWB (an acronym for extended wheelbase) is designed for those who prefer to be chauffeured.
When the original Rolls-Royce Phantom debuted in 2003, who would have thought that it would spawn three different variations?
As the only rear-wheel drive option for the Panamera, the standard S model provides enough horsepower for spirited drivers to get those back tires to break loose.
Although it is wide, long, and rather heavy, the Panamera’s all-wheel drive system reminds you that it is worthy enough to wear the Porsche crest.
The four-door Rolls-Royce Ghost is the latest addition to the British automaker’s royal family.
Porsche 911 purists scoffed at the Cayenne when initial production began in 2002, but the five-passenger SUV quickly became the German automaker’s best-selling model.
Last year, Mercedes added the S63 AMG to the range, which complements the other AMG model: the Bentley-battling S65.
The S550 was one of the first models offered with the most recent S-Class redesign; it is plenty powerful and plenty good.
The S-Class is a big car, and the AMG-developed 6.2-liter V-8 is a big engine. This could be the perfect marriage.
Mercedes-Benz’s strong V-12 engine feels like it was designed specifically for the S600. But Mercedes added the S63 AMG to the range to complement the other AMG model: the Bentley-battling S65.
One of the first clean diesel offerings in the U.S., the E350 BlueTEC is not the loud, dirty, and jarring vehicle that diesel cars were in the 1980s.
Although it may not have the power of its V-8 counterparts, the V-6-powered E350 still provides all the interior amenities of the E500 and E63 AMG sedans.
Optional night-view software in the 2010 E550 adds awareness, so that the driver can keep those in (and out) of the car safe and protected.
Although the Porsche Panamera and Aston Martin Rapide have been making all of the latest headlines in the four-door performance world, the Maserati Quattroporte (literally "four-door" in Italian)
Developed and produced by Mercedes-Benz, the Maybach 57 was the first modern car to utilize the vintage luxury marque’s storied name. Never mind the economy: Maybach is still making money.
With 604 horsepower and a 0-to-60-mph time of 5 seconds, some Maybach 57S owners may prefer to drive the car themselves. Never mind the economy: Maybach is still making money.
As a longer wheelbase variant, the Maybach 62 is designed for those who prefer to be driven and have a need for a few extra inches of legroom.
The Maybach 62S is designed to meet the same needs as the standard 62, but your driver will be able to get you to your engagement a little bit faster.
Part sedan, part coupe, and all Mercedes-Benz, the CLS is arguably the sexiest four-door ever to come from Stuttgart.
The high-selling CLS550 was the four-door performance sedan that sparked other manufactures’ interest in this relatively niche market.