The British marque convenes on New South Wales with a bevy of models we drive at Bathurst.
Basem Wasef is an automotive and motorcycle journalist and photographer with two coffee-table books to his credit: Legendary Race Cars and Legendary Motorcycles. A contributor to publications including Automobile, Men’s Journal, and Wired, he has logged tens of thousands of miles in all manner of exotica—from V-8-powered motorcycles to jet-powered racecars. He has produced over 100 video segments for Edmunds.com and has served as an on-air personality for Car & Driver’s “Tested” videos, amassing over 5 million views. When’s he’s not testing the latest two-, three-, and four-wheeled vehicles, he serves as a marketing and communications consultant for Icon Aircraft. He enjoys calling Los Angeles home.
Accidents involving exotic vehicles are easy fodder for headlines, but, often, that’s only the start of the story.
Coursing through SoCal’s Angeles Crest Highway, our 640 hp example reminds us why the model defines the sports car sweet spot.
No carpet, air conditioning or sound system? No Problem.
Debuted today, the coachbuilt roadster will have a production run of only 12 examples.
In the desert of Oman, we see if the crossover can cut it.
Set to premiere at the Geneva International Motor Show, the carbon-fiber machine is teased in these images and video.
With the winding Blue Ridge Parkway as testing grounds, we let the marque’s edgier SUV run free.
The Golden Age of airship travel could return with eco-friendly credit to boot.
The legendary automotive designer says his new T.50 is better than the McLaren F1 in every way.