With the arrival of so many new or thoroughly updated models from top manufacturers, 2011 could be called the Year of the Sedan.
While motorcars become greener, lighter, smaller, and less expensive, Bentley clings to its heritage by offering the Mulsanne, a supersized sedan with a carbon footprint as large as that of a Sou
The secret to the success of the Audi A8 (www.audiusa.com), which finished ahead of sedans by BMW, Jaguar, and Rolls
The Audi R8 V10 Spyder’s performance specs could have earned it a spot in the sports-car category.
With 20 variations in the current model line, Porsche offers a full menu of 911 flavors.
Maserati GranTurismo Convertible (www.maserati.com), which might be the most beautiful topless GT on the p
True convertibles are creatures of elegance and impeccable manners that tender four spacious seats for people who prefer to tour grandly between Relais & Châteaux lodgings.
Aston Martin has done a remarkable job designing each and every one of its cars in a way that appeals to both the style-minded and performance-obsessed buyer.
It’s amazing how some things can seemingly materialize overnight and take an entire industry by storm.
We’ve long been friends of the folks at the LeMay—America’s Car Museum.
For those who believe that an automotive gathering cannot possibly be more exclusive, breathtaking, or debonair than the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, we submit—for your consideration—the
On May 22, about 140 Ferraris will be on parade at Old Pasadena’s historic Colorado Blvd.
The time has finally come. After three years of rumors and spy photography, a replacement for Lamborghini’s Murciélago was finally unveiled in March.
The Mercedes-Benz Classic Center does more than just restore classic cars. It also reveals their stories.
Ralph Lauren’s cars caused a stir in the art world six years ago when they were displayed at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts.
1930 Cord L-29 Phaeton Sedan
An appearance by the "Bathing Suit Bike" will be among the highlights of the third-annual Quail Motorcycle Gathering (
Pagani, the Modena, italy, maker of supercars in league with high-profile exotics from Bugatti, Ferrari, and Lamborghini, has finally gained access to America.
Our introduction to the new Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG took place this winter in the mountains of Southern California, where broad interstates leaving San Diego become two-lane byways.
For those who think that hybrid cars are for pragmatic, fuel-sipping performance haters, Porsche would like you to think again.