Anyone who cares about design cares about all the things around them: what looks the best, works the best, and says the most about them. Whether purchased with a purposeful eye to make a statement or purchased without a conscious knowledge of why, the type of car one drives says a lot about personality.
In retrospect, it makes perfect sense that the 2016 Volvo XC90 would be an absolute, uncontested, out-of-the-park home run. There was, and is, so much riding on the success of this SUV, the opposite scenario would be completely unthinkable, both for the Swedish manufacturer itself and for “Volvo-philes” around the globe.
With a lightweight carbon fiber chassis, a roaring twin-turbo V8 engine, and a seven speed dual-clutch gearbox, the McLaren 650S Spider looks like a rocket on paper—but how does it handle?
The paradox of Antarctica is that its geographical remoteness and inhospitable climate actually enhance its appeal—especially for that particular subset of adventure-seeking vacationers for whom the southernmost point of the globe exudes an almost mystical allure.
In recent years, automobile manufacturers have responded to the increased demand for “personal” with special designer editions created in collaboration with fashion houses.
Held on the Great Lawn at VanDusen Botanical Garden, Vancouver’s annual Luxury & Supercar Weekend is a veritable buffet of noteworthy and exciting cars.
For a large portion of northern hemisphere travellers, a holiday often means following the sun south. To Hawaii, the South Pacific, the Caribbean, the Mediterranean.
Held on the small but twisty road course at Mission Raceway, the annual M Power Tour offers a stress-free half-day of fun behind the wheel of BMW’s most high-performance and track-focused models.
This is it, the sailing life: sitting on the perch of a 70-foot catamaran in the Atlantic surrounding St. Barths and St. Maarten.