The Rolls-Royce Ghost proves to be a screamer.
Our longtime European bureau chief, who has spent more high-speed time behind the wheels of Porsche 911s than any other automotive journalist in the world, reminisces about his thirty-six-year love affair with the world’s most impossible sports car.
Down the Dalmation Coast in an Audi A4 Cabriolet.
By day, l’Opra-Charles Garnier’s neo-baroque opera house that was built between 1857 and 1874 and is now one of the prime tourist attractions in Paris-is almost permanently obscured by parked tour buses. In the evening it gets swamped by an endless stream of
Testing in the Middle East signals the V8 Vantage will be an exciting sports car.
Top lensman Richard Newton captures Aston’s upcoming sub-$100k sports car testing in Dubai.
One modern supercar meets three old racing cars in a test of speed through the years.
The DB9 tries to transform Aston Martin into a serious Porsche and Ferrari competitor.
Has the GTI regained its mojo or strayed farther from the course set by the original?
The Maserati Quattroporte is more like a four-door Ferrari than a traditional luxury sedan such as the Audi A8L 4.2.
Take a closer look at Maserati’s luxury sedan, as seen in the April 2004 issue of Automobile.
Take one Cadillac CTS, add a 400-horsepower V-8, and you have a mighty tasty cocktail.
Executive editor Mark Gillies pares motoring back to its bare essentials in a 1934 Riley Gamecock.
You might not like the way the BMW 5-series looks, but you’ll love the way it drives.
Chrysler reinvents the crossover SUV. Or not.
Chysler’s new “sport tourer” is their best product in years. Just don’t call it a crossover.