Irreparable. A good word for a bad condition, one that seemingly applies both to the electrical system of our Four Seasons Volkswagen Phaeton and to the reputation of Ferdinand Pich, who brought this magnificently irrelevant (rich) People’s Car into existence
The 2006 Lexus IS350 is the latest car to be defined by one of automotive journalism’s favorite tropes: “The fill-in-the-blank is the car that’s finally going to dethrone the BMW 3-series as the benchmark for contemporary sport sedans.”
Maserati’s ridiculous new V-12 powered supercar is based on the Ferrari Enzo and costs $800,000.
The great American car: Ford brings back the spirit of the traditional American big sedan with the Five Hundred.