Driving in icy conditions is usually something to be avoided, but now thanks to Bentley Motors, it is something to look forward to.
This unique 1929 Rolls-Royce Springfield Phantom I Brewster Ascot Phaeton will be offered as part of The Salon Collection during the 43rd annual Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction in Scottsdale
The Rolls Royce Phantom I was built in the 1920s as a replacement for the marque’s original Silver Ghost, but Umed Singh II, the maharaja of Kotah (India), envisioned something different for the s
A variant of Jaguar’s new F-Type roadster, called Project 7, was developed as a way to pay homage to the marque’s seven victories at Le Mans between 1951 and 1990.
Aston Martin has announced moves toward a technical partnership with Mercedes-AMG GmbH, a subsidiary of Daimler AG.
Stately is a word usually associated with Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, but in the case of the new Wraith, another S word—stunning—seems far more appropriate.
For years, Ferrari and McLaren have battled each other in the rarefied air of Formula 1 racing, but increasingly they have taken that competition to the street, n
While super storm Sandy was hammering the East Coast and drenching rains were merging Venice with the Adriatic Sea last fall, similar weather was pounding Morocco into mud.
Bentley has recharged its most iconic model, the Mulsanne, with a series of new features that serve modern business executives.
Aston Martin is kicking off its first comprehensive motorsports program in United States with the sale of 12 of its famed GT4 racecars ($195,000 each) and 10 new car models set to
In the days when it was producing the XK120 sports car (1948 through 1954), Jaguar was on the leading edge of design.
Freedom of expression was the right that enabled history’s most inspired automotive designs.
Since its model-year 2009 debut, Jaguar’s sensuous XF sedan has emerged as one of the British automaker’s greatest hits, with a lineup that has expanded to include a turbocharged
Since it debuted in September 2009 and wafted into U.S. showrooms midway through 2010, the Rolls-Royce Ghost has outsold the brand’s flagship Phantom (available in a standard sedan, long-wheelbase sedan, coupe, and convertible) by a ratio of 3 to 1.
Land Rover’s new SUV flagship, the 2013 Range Rover, is sure to become the poster vehicle for drivers who seek unbridled luxury along with maximum utility. Or maybe just luxury.
When the Tata Group took Land Rover off Ford’s hands back in 2008, the future for the venerable British automaker seemed a little murky.
The 600-mile drive from Crewe in the United Kingdom to Le Mans, France, is a visually lush but potentially arduous journey that negotiates channel crossings, toll roads, and lengthy expanses of ex
Following the Jaguar E-Type’s debut, at the 1961 Geneva International Motor Show, Road & Track’s Henry N.
Land Rover’s flagship SUV is aging well as it nears the middle of its fifth decade in production.
Let’s cut to the chase: With a top speed of 205 mph, the 2013 Bentley Continental GT Speed is the fastest production car ever to wear the Flying B.
Bentley Motors has a long and storied history of crafting open-top motor cars—grand automobiles like the 3-liter of the 1920s and the S1 Continental Park Ward Drophead Coupe of th
After more than a decade of distractions following its bizarre transformation into a BMW Group subsidiary in 1998, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is standing tall and breathing evenly.
The mighty McLaren MP4-12C is hardly an automobile that wants for speed.
It’s a testament to the mechanical excellence and enduring beauty of Jaguar’sXF that five years after its debut it remains a supremely compelling choice among executive-class seda
While other automakers claw for market share in an ever-more-homogenized industry, England’s Morgan Motor Company goes about business as usual—though there is nothing usual about a Morga
1962 Morgan +4 Super Sports
It’s no faster or better handling than a standard issue Aston Martin DBS Volante—if one has the nerve to call anything from the high-end British brand “standard”—but this limited-
As the magnificent DBS prepares to take its curtain call, Aston Martin reveals a fitting send-off for its five-year-old flagship model.
When Bentley Motors introduced the Mulsanne last year, the company touted the sedan as the ultimate road-going executive express.
After a few fits and starts, the McLaren MP4-12C (www.mclaren.com) finally has made it to America.