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.
British automaker Jaguar confirmed that the legendary 1957 classic, the XKSS, will be returning to 21st century roads but there will only be nine.
Everyone’s favorite two-seat roadster is now faster, more powerful and more attractive.
The American car firm marks the 25th and final year of its supercar with five special editions to resounding success.
Italian fashion house Giorgio Armani and French carmaker Bugatti have joined forces for a capsule collection of luxury ready-to-wear clothing and accessories.
BMW is hitting fast forward and has set itself the target of bringing a fully autonomous car to public roads by 2021.
The German automobile firm and sportswear company collaborate to make some of the most futuristic running shoes ever.
The Chassis CSX 2000 has been put up for sale by the Carroll Hall Shelby Trust, and can be bid for on August 19 in Monterey.
British racing legend Stirling Moss lends his name to the remake of the legendary car that won him the Silverstone in 1958.
Porsche marries the worlds of sports car engineering and luxury sedan comfort for their latest iteration of the four-seat sedan.
Having already taken steps into other areas like fashion and luggage, the luxury car marque aims for the Golf market
From the Aston Martin Vantage GT12 Roadster to the Bugatti Chiron, these are the best supercars from Goodwood
In an era of ever-growing demand for bespoke exclusivity, Aston Martin reveals the specially tailored one-off Vantage GT12 Roadster.
The American tuner is clearly not interested in modest gains, which is why its latest Mustang special edition is easily its most powerful one yet.
This is a heavily revised, track-only version of McLaren’s compact Sports Series supercar, the 570S.
Unveiled at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, the Lamborghini Aventador Miura Homage will be limited to 50 examples.
An array of 11 models from the sportscar company will be front and center at the festival, including the new Vision concept and the old Le Marquis model.
In a bid to boost their appeal to the sophisticates on the fast lane, Michael Kors will be the official lifestyle partner for the McLaren-Honda F1 team.