Rudolf Diesel designed his namesake engine in 1897 to operate on peanut oil, a clean, renewable power source.
Because of its appetite for fuel and its relatively ample form, the Cadillac Escalade became a finely appointed moving target for those concerned about the environmental and political costs of bur
Porsche’s ultimate assault on the off-road arena was the impressive Cayenne Turbo S, an uncompromising SUV-cum-sport wagon that established the performance standard for its vehicle class.
Stylish, classic motorcycles are desirable collectibles, but the urge to purchase a signature model can oftentimes distort even a sensible buyer’s vision.
Could there be a tougher act to follow in the automotive world than the battery-powered Tesla Roadster?
Carroll Shelby contributed to American patriotism and pride when his Daytona Cobra Coupe clinched the World Manufacturers Championship in Reims, France, on July 4, 1965.
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
1953 Fiat 8V Ghia Supersonic
Armco barriers, tarmac, candy cane–colored rumble strips, and towering oak trees rushed at me as I plunged the Mercedes-Benz SL 63 AMG into the Fuchsröhre, or Foxhole.
Know your enemy. The age-old warfare strategy defined the development of Cadillac’s all-new CTS-V sport sedan.
With its minimal body paneling, which leaves its inner workings exposed, the 2009 Ducati Streetfighter (www.ducati.com) represe
Following more than two years of rendered images from Porsche and speculation on the Internet, the four-door Porsche Panamera (www
1937 BMW 328 Roadster
The following Robb Report readers were among the guests who joined the magazine’s editors and writers in driving, evaluating, and ranking the 2009 Car of the Year candidates.
Stuck in the Lotus Position