Alpina brings over five decades of expertise to the soon to be unveiled luxury sedan
The German automobile manufacturer brings a faster, more compact SUV to the roads.
Italian raging bull Lamborghini reports sales of 3,425 cars in 2015. This is a first in the luxury performance firm’s 53-year history.
Yes the new Porsche 718 Boxter is a flat-four turbocharged wonder that might just be the most powerful standard production model in its class.
Behold the shortlist of nominees for European Car of the year 2016, released ahead of the awards ceremony on February 29 at the 2016 Geneva Motorshow.
The next Bugatti hypercar will be called the Chiron and promises to better the existing Veyron when it makes its first public appearance at the 2016 Geneva Motorshow next March.
This year’s concepts, just like the latest production models on show, are all about luxury, speed, environmental consideration and crossover appeal.
Lotus reveals the thoroughly updated Evora 400 at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.
Bugatti has announced that the very last Veyron will premiere at the Geneva Motor Show, which takes place March 5 to 15.
The wraps are finally off the serially-teased McLaren 675LT, the sportiest model in what the company now calls its “Super Series” line.
Starting this month with the annual event in Brussels, 2015 will be a busy year for the international automotive industry.
From a supercar off-roader designed for city centers to a futuristic pick-up and a sportscar with a copper shell, it has been an excellent year for exciting concepts.
BMW announced this past week that its Mini Rocketman Concept unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in 2011 is headed to London for the Olympic Games.
Automakers spent 2011 trying to woo car buyers with ever-greener powertains and ever-more advanced technology, a trend that looks set to continue in 2012. Here, a round-up of the most important auto shows of the year.
Jaguar has joined the 300 km/h club with the unveiling of its most powerful car yet, the XKR-S. Billed as the fastest and most powerful series production vehicle ever made by the brand, the XKR-S is expected to be available to order in September this year. Offering a 5.0 liter V8 engine, Jaguar’s latest cub … Continued
Toyota took another step towards a new sports model March 1 with the unveiling of the FT-86 II concept at the Geneva Motor Show. The biggest hint yet of the styling expected from a new production sports model, the FT-86 II was described as a model that paid homage to Toyota’s previous sports cars of … Continued
Italian sports marque Lamborghini has unveiled the new flagship of its lineup at the Geneva Motor Show. The Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 will be delivered to the first customers in late summer 2011, the company confirmed March 1, describing the model as a “new reference among super sports cars.” The model uses a carbon fiber monocoque … Continued
Bentley and its luxury leather partner Ettinger have devised a range of modern must-have personal accessories to be launched at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. Inspired by the Beluga and Hotspur interior trim colours of the Bentley Continental Supersports, the capsule collection of leather items in black and red leather with contrast stitching includes keyrings … Continued
Aston Martin took the wraps off its latest model, the new Virage, February 23, promising that it “does everything with the perfection that you would expect today.” The Virage, which sits somewhere between the brand’s luxury DB9 and sporting DBS, is designed to complete the British brand’s sporting Gran Turismo lineup and will be displayed … Continued
Maserati will introduce its latest performance model, the GranCabrio Sport, next week at the 2011 Geneva Auto Show. The 4.7-liter V8 has been retuned to deliver 444 horsepower and 376 pound-feet of torque. The powerplant works with a ZF six-speed automatic transmission that uses a MC Auto Shift software based on the one features on … Continued