The ill-fated Jaguar XJ220 was once the fastest production car in the world but is now mothballed due to a lack of tires, if you can believe it.
You are looking at the latest from boutique automaker Caterham, the Caterham Seven Sprint. Based on a 60-year-old design, it won’t hit the road till 2017.
The Audi A5 Sportback perfectly melds the sportiness of a coupé with the family-oriented luxury of a sedan.
For the first time, Italian superbike company Ducati is bringing its innovative and instructive riding skills school to the Bahrain International Circuit.
Cadillac wants to make sure you can handle your brand new, ferociously-tuned V-Series cars via this two-day intensive course.
German premium carmaker Mercedes-Benz has sold an astounding number of SUVs, with August being its best-selling month in the firm’s century-long history.
The Aston Martin DBR1 is gearing up to be the highlight at the Goodwood Revival classic car extravaganza.
The German carmaker gives its iconic roadster a new name, alongside a multitude of technological and aesthetic upgrades.
When AMG brings its magic to a standard Mercedes model, the keywords are usually power and performance; things are a little more complicated here.
Bill Gates’ love of fast cars led to a legal change that has made it much easier for Americans to own modern European or Japanese classics.
Proving that there is always room at the top, Porsche added a new performance flagship model to its wildly popular Macan compact SUV range.
The Concours D’Elegance event will see some of Lamborghini’s most famous and best examples gathered at Blenheim Palace.
German Automobile firm BMW will gather some of their best and rarest classic cars for display at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, California.
Citroën is set to present a new concept at the Mondial de L’Automobile Paris 2016.
Eli Solomon is the publisher of a renowned motoring magazine in Asia called Rewind Magazine. He tells us how he got involved with classic cars.
Here is a list of nine cars that are going out to pasture in 2016 that could well become the classics of tomorrow.
Should you give in to temptation and be the owner of the coolest daily drive on the road, or should you save it for special occasions?
For those special few who have pockets deep enough to put together multi-model collections, there are companies dedicated to dealing with classic car ownership.
Tesla on Tuesday unveiled speedy new model electric cars capable of traveling more than 300 miles (482 kilometers) before needing to be recharged.
The world’s most prestigious car brands came together to showcase their finest creations at Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance