After a two-decade absence lusty Italian brand Alfa Romeo is coming back to the United States but not all Fiat dealers will be allowed to sell these exotic sports cars. Continue Reading...
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An overwhelming majority of the cars Rolls-Royce sold in 2013 were individually customized for their owners. Continue Reading...
Once again, Ferrari is being named the most powerful brand in the world. Continue Reading...
McLaren announced today that its next supercar will be called the 650S and that it will debut during the Geneva Motor Show next month. Continue Reading...
Fredric Genty wants your money to build the car of his dreams. Continue Reading...
Ferrari is teasing what could be the latest version of its “entry-level” hardtop convertible: the California. Continue Reading...
McLaren’s upcoming “entry-level” car will cost almost $200,000 (£120,000) in the U.K. when it goes on sale in that market. Continue Reading...
It still uses a 5.2-liter V10, it still looks like a Lamborghini and it still sounds like a mechanical banshee, but the Italian brand known for building fighting bulls says its newest car was made from “scratch.” Continue Reading...
Automóviles Lamborghini Latinoamérica (ALL) based in Mexico is gearing up for production with a new facility opening up in Montevideo, Uruguay. Continue Reading...
For one day, the Ritz-Carlton Grande Lakes in Orlando opened its doors and back yard to host the 2013 Festivals of Speed, drawing to it a small army of onlookers. Continue Reading...
Legendary go-fast guru Steve Saleen might have something very exciting up his sleeve. Continue Reading...
Barely a day after Lamborghini announced its last Gallardo leaving the factory, the company is teasing its next model widely thought to be called the Cabrera. Continue Reading...
It was a decade ago that Lamborghini first unveiled its Gallardo supercar during the Geneva Motor Show and now the brand is finally saying goodbye. Continue Reading...
Patent drawings of an unidentified Ferrari were picked up by the automotive media today with no associated information. Continue Reading...
This year’s annual Neiman Marcus Christmas Book offers the latest in gift ideas for the excessively rich including a $150,000 Falconry kit. However, if you’re looking for something more practical, though no less opulent, you can also pick up a special edition Aston Martin. Continue Reading...
Production of McLaren’s P1 plug-in hybrid supercar is underway. Continue Reading...
Porsche’s 918 Spyder redefined what fast means for a road car at the Nurburgring last month. Continue Reading...
Ferrari was spied at the Green Hell early this morning taking the Enzo-replacing LaFerrari for a jaunt on the vaunted circuit. Continue Reading...
The driver behind the wheel of the record-setting Nurburgring run with the Porsche 918 Spyder claims that the vehicle can go even faster on the world famous track. Continue Reading...
It may have won the Performance Engine of the Year award two years running, but that didn’t stop Ferrari from further tweaking the awesome 4.5-liter V8 engine that powers the 458 Italia. Continue Reading...
After many years in development the BMW i8 has finally been unveiled in full production trim, keeping its innovative plug-in hybrid engine and even much of the wild styling. Continue Reading...
The new champion of the Nurburgring is the Porsche 918 Spyder, setting a new fastest lap time on the Green Hell and laying claim to being the first production car to run a sub-seven minute lap. Continue Reading...
The successor to the highly successful Lamborghini Gallardo will be revealed early next year and the first details of the car, reportedly named the Cabrera, are starting to surface. Continue Reading...
Ferrari sales staff are like bouncers maintaining a two-year line outside the club. Under that metaphor, the marketing team is comparable to a team of very effective hype men. Continue Reading...