This year’s Paris Motor Show featured a number of headline-stealing premieres that sent ripples across the automotive landscape.
The Acura NSX is back on the road, dashing from 0 to 100 km/h in three seconds, with a top speed of 307 km/h.
The beloved Italian jeweller and watchmaker’s fine taste also extends to the world of automobiles.
The driving environment is ultra-serene. So calming, in fact, one could imagine that Volvo will reveal, years down the road, that a team of psychologists and wellness gurus was involved in the development process.
The Twenty7 luxury supercar club is part social scene, part event space, and an unabridged celebration of all-things automotive.
I’ve got the windows down and the stereo off as I drive along Malibu’s winding valley roads. Awash in cool ocean breeze, all I can hear is the chirping of birds and the low rumble of this Infiniti’s 5.6L V8.
The 2017 718 Boxster S is a different kind of Porsche. But is different better?
Top speed is electronically limited to 250 kilometres per hour, but it’s clear from sampling this high-output behemoth that so much more is possible.
Bayerische Motoren Werke AG—better known today as the BMW Group—marked its 100th anniversary on March 7th in Munich this year.