The world’s most prestigious car brands came together to showcase their finest creations at Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance
We take a look at the classic cars that were on auction at the Concours d’Elegance last week and predict which of these brands is now the most expensive.
Auctions can be daunting and exciting at the same time so you need to remember a few golden rules. Here are a few pointers to help you come away a winner.
What’s 6 meters long, goes from zero to 100km/h in under four seconds and is fully electronic? This concept coupe from Mercedes hopes to be the answer.
The classic car establishment used to turn its nose up at Nissan Skylines and Datsun 240Z coupés but could the tide be turning for modern Japanese classics?
We take a look at why the Ferrari tops the list of most desirable collectible car, inching out the competition year after year.
Henrik Fisker’s Karma hybrid plug-in is resurrected with a new name and new features, thanks to Karma Automotive.
The best preserved cars from many of this year’s biggest concours competitions will be heading to Paris this November for a show of their own.
With the Concours coming up in a few days’ time, we explore the different definitions of a classic car.
Less than a week to go until the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance and we are gearing up to watch several luxury car manufacturers make history.
German automobile firm BMW promises a Pebble Beach to remember as it celebrates its centenary milestone.
The latest collaboration between carmaker Aston Martin and menswear retailer Hackett sees a fashion collection that ties in with the launch of the new DB11.
Luxury off-roader Range Rover gets intelligent upgrades and power boosts for 2017.
Fifty years later, Chevrolet’s iconic Camaro ZL1 gets a horsepower upgrade, taking it up to 650.
Ever wanted to race around a world famous track, have an evening with Hollywood celebs and A-listers, and do a car show all for children’s charity?
The concours can be to hard to keep up. Here, we bring you a comprehensive guide to the highly-anticipated car shows the rest of the year has to offer.
The Buick Y-Job, the world’s first concept car, is being added to the National Historic Vehicle Register. It was literally called The Car of the Future.
Lamborghini looks to the skies for the limited edition Huracán LP610-4 Avio, giving it custom-developed aeronautic exterior paints and liveries.
BMW’s latest quarterly sales figures reveals the German automotive group has sold more than half a million Mini, BMW and Rolls-Royce cars thus far.
Aston Martin’s bids goodbye to the fan-favorite DB9 with nine bespoke examples, and welcomes the DB11 to its production facility.