BMW is saying goodbye to the fifth generation M5 super sedan with a special Competition Edition that ups the power, the luxury and the exclusivity.
Dubbed “The Lincoln Way”, it’s a renewed focus towards providing world-class personal services for customers.
The British automotive manufacturer does just as well off the tracks, with a remarkable sales figure of 1654 road-legal vehicles last year.
The muscle car goes under the hammer for a good cause, while paying tribute to a fêted pilot and his plane.
Bentley brings a good dose of luxury to your local riverbank with this special bespoke fishing upgrade for its Bentaygas.
A ‘restomod’ Enfield 8000 is apparently faster than a Bugatti Veyron, Lamborghini Aventador, Mclaren 675LT, Porsche 911 Turbo S, Ferrari 488, a Tesla Model S and the latest generation Honda Acura NSX.
While its production ceased on January 29, fan of Land Rover Defender and Ineos Group CEO Jim Ratcliffe is looking to rebuilding the vehicle.
The latest sedan from the German automaker is a longer, larger version of its most compact sports sedan.
Jaguar’s first-ever SUV delivers sportiness, power and grace despite its tough facade.
The upcoming show will be marked by the absence of several big names such as Ford, Mazda and Volvo, as well boutique player Alpine.
The long-term answer is to celebrate all that’s good about British motoring by the Goodwood Festival of Speed to the Chinese mainland.
While one battles falling consumer confidence and lack of knowledge, another enters the world of autonomous cars.
The German automaker aims to be at the forefront of motoring technology with its new state-of-the-art facility in Japan.
The Italian motorcycle maker unveiled a special version of its 1299 Panigale S at World Ducati Week 2016 in Misano Italy.
The British car manufacturer’s hypercar goes into uncharted territory with its colossal power and cutting-edge technology.
BMW Motorrad has set yet another half-year sales record while Harley-Davidson is facing scrutiny over recent brake failures.
The British car firm teases the next generation of Phantoms by revealing the aluminum frame of the new luxury saloon’s body, due out in 2018.
Even better news, it finally has a real car bearing its name that will be competing in the public eye come October.
The luxury Italian car maker sets a record for itself this year.
Behold, the first official images of the convertible LaFerrari variant as well as word of its official debut in September.