The Maybach’s introduction this summer was as subtle as a turbocharger.
While offering a glimpse into the future, this issue also includes a new ongoing feature, one that looks at Robb Report’s past.
The British motorcycle writer sat in the tent at the Misano racetrack in northern Italy, propping his cast-covered left leg on a chair.
Richard Huke doesn’t seem like the road rage type; by his own admission, the soft-spoken 70-year-old Welshman is a shy person.
There is no mystery to the mystique of Ferrari.
Over the past 20 years, former racecar driver Dan Gurney has designed and built five generations of the Alligator, his dream motorcycle, a
The royals are different from you and me, particularly when it comes to their cars.
Like many owners of this car, Frank Eimont didn’t take a test-drive before purchasing it.
This past year, BMW 7 Series owners were introduced to iDrive, which, by means of a dial on the center console and a monitor on the dashbo
At first, Carl Dietz didn’t notice his pursuer.
In the courtyard of the elegant Bacara resort 15 miles north of Santa Barbara, three new Saleen S7s sit side by side.
Today, most manufacturers of sports and luxury automobiles offer a host of options aimed at buyers who want to extract even higher perform
The offerings of brand-name exotic carmakers disappoint Xeno III designer Nick Pugh.
If the notion of riding a 460-pound motorcycle powered by a turbine engine that lifts 10,000-pound helicopters seems implausible, ask Jay
For over 60 years, the Bugatti brand has been riddled with false starts: In 1939, World War II halted production of the cars; in 1947, the
Imagine what it’s like to bob through the canals of Venice and drink in the sights, sounds, and smells of the city in a floating Mercedes-
A story—in all likelihood apocryphal—has an Englishwoman telling Ettore Bugatti that he built the fastest cars in the world, but that Roll
The automobile has captured our imaginations for more than 100 years—each new design the standard-bearer of the technology, aesthetics, an
In 1995, when John McLaren finished writing his first novel, Press Send, the former diplomat celebrated the occasion by placing his manusc
Jaguar’s S-Type hasn’t exactly crumbled the competition, nor has it become lodged among our longings.