We get our best view yet of the next generation Rolls-Royce flagship. Continue Reading...
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Which flagship-caliber luxury sedan would YOU rather drive? Continue Reading...
Less than a year ago, Lincoln revealed its Continental concept at the New York Auto Show and here we are in Detroit, where it has just unveiled the production version of this large luxury sedan. Continue Reading...
Lexus has confirmed that it plans to develop a second flagship model that will sit alongside the LS sedan. Continue Reading...
Looking for a drop-top car? You have quite a few options on the market today. But what if you want a flagship-caliber machine? Your choices a dramatically more limited, though the folks Mercedes-Benz are about to give you another option. Continue Reading...
From the torque to the curb-weight, almost every specification of the Bentley Mulsanne Speed is unbelievable. Continue Reading...
Heavy-duty pickup trucks are about to have serious torque envy thanks to the all new Bentley Mulsanne Speed. Continue Reading...
The A8 is Audi’s flagship model, sitting at the top of its core lineup. Serving a diversity of luxury customers, the car is offered in two different wheelbases with a variety of engine options. There’s a supercharged V6, two flavors of twin-turbocharged V8 and even an exotic W12. Continue Reading...
The next major step in Cadillac’s plot to regain legitimacy as a world-class luxury brand will debut to the public in the first half of next year. Continue Reading...
Bentley just revealed its newest product ahead of the Paris Motor Show with a staggering 811 lb-ft of torque because… well, it’s basically a log on wheels. Continue Reading...
Kia design boss Peter Schreyer wants more emotionally designed models for the company, but that might not materialize into much of anything in the near future. Continue Reading...
BMW LITERALLY made a BIG reveal right here at the Chicago Auto Show. The 2015 740Ld xDrive is a long-wheelbase version of the brand’s already gargantuan 7 Series flagship, but with a twist. It features all-wheel drive and a diesel engine. Continue Reading...
The folks at Mercedes-Benz introduced their brand-new S-Class flagship sedan earlier this year, which only means one thing: high-performance versions can’t be far behind. Continue Reading...
Infiniti is considering the possibility of offering a four-door coupe that could command high price premiums while setting it apart from other luxury brands. Continue Reading...
Rather than borrowing from Opel for yet another product, Buick might be gearing up to share with Cadillac. Continue Reading...
Infiniti wants a new flagship car to headline its lineup rather than a premium, luxury SUV. Continue Reading...
Cadillac’s Elmiraj concept could become more than an American luxury car lover’s wet dream. Continue Reading...
Noticeably absent from Infiniti‘s current lineup is a range-topping sedan, a model that would take on the likes of the BMW 7 Series and the Mercedes-Benz S-Class. Continue Reading...
Cadillac is planning to scrap the laurel wreaths that surround its crest for a refreshed badge that will debut in Pebble Beach next month. Continue Reading...
Mercedes’ 2014 S-Class is only a few days away from its official May 15 debut, but true form for the automotive industry, more information about the car leaked. Continue Reading...
Volvo won’t build a flagship sedan to compete with cars like the BMW 7 Series and says its customers wouldn’t be interested in a segment where V8 and V12 engines are the norm. Continue Reading...
Hyundai’s Equus is galloping into the 2014 model year with some important updates. This horse-themed luxury car gets even more features and amenities designed to keep it relevant in a super-competitive segment of the market. Continue Reading...
Nissan doesn’t need Infiniti; just ask Nissan executive vice president Andy Palmer. Continue Reading...