The Porsche 911, one of the best sports cars in the world, is going through its first big revolution in almost 20 years.
Rolls-Royce takes luxury cars to the next level with a series inspired by the glamorous sophistication of Italy’s Porto Cervo.
The Elise Race 250 is faster around Lotus’s test track than even the Elise Cup 220 R and is the quickest customer car ever.
Built to mark British car marque’s Bristol’s 70th anniversary, the Bullet lives up to its name with an impressive 370 bhp-producing V8 engine.
Come August, Elvis Presley’s Restored BMW will be unveiled at Pebble Beach in California.
The spanking new Mercedes E-Class promises comfortable and safe driving with its many technological breakthroughs.
The Genesis is now its own luxury sub-brand, and will feature a slew of specs that will rival its sedan counterparts in the market.
With technological advancements come risks, and automakers are gearing up to be ever more vigilant.
The two storied British firms come together to create a special edition all-electric vehicle to commemorate their joint 107th anniversary.
Mercedes’ new summer accessory line offers everything from roof racks to cuddly toys in order to help vacationing families hit the road in style.
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.