After a 103-year hiatus, the Ghost model name has reemerged at Rolls-Royce.
In the world of high-performance cars, the Porsche 911 Turbo has nothing to prove.
Launched in 1992, the McLaren F1 was a standout among supercars. But after a production run of just 107 vehicles, the model reached the end of the line in 1998.
Dr. Ulrich Bez, Aston Martin’s illustrious CEO, has an affinity for four-door vehicles.
When Land Rover’s handsome Range Rover Sport bowed for the 2006 model year, it raised eyebrows among aficionados of the venerable British marque.
Allard or Nothing
Surely every seriously smitten motorcycle aficionado has toyed with the notion of perching a fine machine in the middle of the living room.
Following its dramatic debut in 2009 at the Concours d’Elegance in Pebble Beach, California, the very grand 2011 Bentley Mulsanne is rolling closer to the showroom.
The McLaren F1 is perhaps the most fastidiously engineered automobile of the 20thcentury.
Those with a wicked appreciation for both irony and understatement have, from the outset, savored Bentley’s Continental GT as the perfect stealth supercar.
Were off-roading enthusiasts to create a Hall of Fame for rugged vehicles, they would surely make the World War II Jeep a first-round inductee. This abiding symbol of U.S.
The 2011 Mulsanne will be Bentley’s next top model.
The redesigned Jaguar XJ (www.jaguar.com) looks young and stylish—just like the type of person who is apparently supposed to dr
The Allard J2X MkII revives a racer that offered the best of both worlds.
The four-door Rolls-Royce Ghost (www.rolls-roycemotorcars.com), unveiled in concept form at the International Gen
Following World War II, the coachbuilt cars favored by the most discriminating customers of the grand marques became increasingly rare in a world bent on mass production.
As if Aston Martin’s sensationally stylish, dazzlingly quick V8 Vantage Roadster wasn’t uncommon enough, the boutique sports car maker from Gaydon, England, has collaborated with
It’s not every day that little Lotus unveils an entirely new model—and it’s even rarer that the company releases a model with more than two seats.
Land Rover has known a few corporate parents in its 61 years, including British Leyland, British Aerospace, BMW, Ford, and now the Indian automaker Tata.
The Morgan Motor Company may be regarded by some as a quaint relic of Britain’s storied automotive past.
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
Even with less than restrained optioning, it’d be a mighty stretch to suggest that the elfin Lotus Elise—all 1,984 pounds of it—could ever be overburdened by creature comforts and
It’s easy to drive right past the headquarters of Farbio Sports Cars, the United Kingdom’s newest—and perhaps coolest—maker of exotic cars.
The last of anything—a picture show, a Mohican, or an out at Yankee Stadium—is inevitably a cue for remembrance.
Aston Martin, ever a boutique builder of rapture-inducing sports cars and never a mass-producer of automotive appliances, is being flailed by England’s worst economic downturn since the Great Slum
The 621 hp, 12-cylinder, biturbo Bentley Continental Supersports (www.bentleymotors.com) is Bentley Motors’ leanest, mea