Since the launch of the original XJ6 in 1968, Jaguar fanciers have regarded the XJ as one of the world’s sexiest sedans.
Last year, Robb Report and Aston Martin teamed-up to build a limited run of seven all-black V8 Vantage Roadsters for serious collectors.
The Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupé has a few of the same familial traits as its cousin, the convertible Drophead Coupé: rear-hinged suicide doors and an optional brushed-stainless-steel finish for the
Rolls-Royce’s Drophead Coupé is built from the chassis of the Phantom sedan, and although it’s about 10 inches shorter, it still stretches nearly 19 feet from stem to stern.
The four-door Rolls-Royce Ghost is the latest addition to the British automaker’s royal family.
Throughout the 20th century, Morgan made a name for itself as an innovator, turning out capable performers on road and track.
It’s not every day that Lotus unveils an entirely new model—and it’s even rarer that the company releases a model with more than two seats.
Lotus Cars founder Colin Chapman had a simple formula for making cars faster: "To add speed, add lightness." More than 25 years after Chapman’s death, his company’s automobiles continue to embody
The 2010 Range Rover Sport is based on the LR4 platform and this supercharged model was designed for sport-and-touring drivers rather than country squires and rain-forest explorers.
The LR4 is the new baby Rover.
When Jaguar unveiled its supercharged version of the XF sedan, we found ourselves wondering why—when Jaguar traditionally uses an "R" to distinguish its supercharged racing-performance models—the
The redesigned Jaguar XJ looks young and stylish—just like the type of person who is apparently supposed to drive it.
The 2010 Jaguar XJ represents the most dramatic redesign of the sedan since its introduction in 1968.
The torque of the normally aspirated engine is adequately satisfying, until you experience the higher-output Supercharged XJ.
The superfast, stunningly elegant Jaguar XKR should erase all concerns about the brand’s resurrection and any questions about the restoration of its vitality.
Behind the wheel of the Jaguar XK Convertible is a great way to spend sunny day.
When it debuted three years ago, the Bentley Continental GTC was good enough to win Robb Report’s 2007 Car of the Year event—enough said, right?
With beefed-up power, brakes, and suspension, the Speed variant of Bentley’s Continental GT line is designed for those looking for a performance edge.
The Azure T is the last of a dying Bentley breed.
Now that the antiquated Arnage-series sedan is now longer a part of Bentley’s models line, the 2011 Mulsanne will occupy the top position in the luxury automaker’s lineup.
The name Rapide returns to Aston Martin for the 2011 model year.
Although it is at the bottom of Aston Martin's current model line, the V8 Vantage still possesses classic good looks.
As Aston Martin’s top model, the DBS is a media darling that made its theatrical debut as the ride of choice for Britain’s top secret agent.
Now in its sixth year of production, the DB9 coupe and its convertible twin, the DB9 Volante, remain among the world’s freshest, most elegant, and exciting grand touring cars.
With just 77 examples scheduled for production, the Aston Martin One-77 might be the most elusive Aston ever.
The Ariel Atom 3 is not for faint of heart. Essentially a no-holds-barred performance machine, this road-going rocket ship gives the Bugatti Veyron a run for its money off the line.
Among the historic 1950s-era racing cars coveted today, the Allard J2X is at the top of the list of many a collector.
While most Alfa Romeo fans in America will have to wait for the Giulietta and MiTo models to find their way into U.S.
When Colin Chapman founded the Lotus Engineering Company in 1952, he adhered to one simple idea: "To add speed, add lightness." His unwavering determination to build the lightest and fastest cars
For Rolls-Royce, finding the golden mean between modernity and tradition in the development of a new automobile is critical.