Articles in Automobiles

The complete Lotus motorist is a 5-foot-tall gymnast who wears size 8 driving shoes, sleeps...
Anglo-American litterateur  T.S. Eliot—no doubt inspired by the incessant reinvention of Britain’s...
Many U.S. Vehicles are masterpieces of compromise and elasticity—virtuous qualities in the realm of...
Jeff Baltonwas a guest of Citigroup, a sponsor of the event.   Joe Blancato is the chairman and CEO...
One carmaker continues to advance standards for technology, safety, and performance in automobiles...
We can forgive a man for making a useful thing as long as he does not admire it," writes Oscar...
Photography by Scott Williamson/www.photodesignstudios.com; car courtesy of Bruce Meyer
The Greer, Black & Prudhomme is perhaps the most famous top-fuel front-engine dragster of all...
Soon after Errett Loban Cord purchased the Duesen-berg company from brothers Fred and August...
The latest Mondial de l’Automobile—known outside of France as the Paris Motor Show—was genteel,...
It may be true that, as a BMW spokesman says, the M6 convertible will appeal to the car enthusiast...
To demonstrate how well the Vectrix handles, Dana DeCosta weaves the electric maxi-scooter along a...
If BMW motorcycles were cars, they would be Porsche 911s. Both are high-end, high-priced forms of...
For years after its introduction, the 1600 Spider represented the defining design of Alfa Romeo....
Big Ben Roethlisberger no doubt wishes he had been wearing a helmet when his Suzuki Hayabusa sport...
Some would argue that the Dino is the most beautiful sports car ever made, and it is an argument...
An interview with Nicola Bulgari cannot be contained to a q uestion-and-answer format. With his...
What a difference pressing a button can make. One jab of the index finger upon the simple gray...
Like fingernails running down a chalkboard, Deep Purple’s “Highway Star” screeches from the...
Photograph by Scott Gilbert.
A 1931 Voisin C20 Simoun Demi-Berline, the only known remaining car of its kind.   Price $5.5...
In the early 1950s, General Motors designer Harley Earl, fresh from watching world speed records...

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