The X7 is a successful port of the quiet, athletic confidence of the 7 Series crossed with the high-riding versatility common to BMW’s X Series SUVs.
If you’re looking for something a cut above a Range Rover, a G-Wagon, or even the Bentley Bentayga, the Cullinan is the only game in town.
It is wondrously fast, endlessly capable, and entirely easy to drive.
The 600LT Spider is a noisy, brightly-coloured handful of a car that makes you smile as it wiggles into a corner, slides on exit, and spits flames on every shift.
Behind the wheel of the new 2019 Porsche Cayenne Turbo, it’ll probably take me longer to clear the security line than to get to the airport in the first place.
Porsche is offering wannabe rally drivers the chance to live out their dream with its Ice Experience Canada—a multi-day program that gives guests the opportunity to drive 911s on the snow and ice.
Lexus teases a gorgeous drop-top concept of their avant-garde LC grand tourer.
Earlier this week, after what feels like several years of hints and teasers, Toyota officially launched their new Supra sports car at the Detroit Autoshow.
Boasting exclusive technology, an even higher performance engine, and updated dynamics, the new Huracán Evo employs a variety of Lamborghini’s best features to improve both the performance and day-to-day use of the Huracán.
The new Audi E-Tron concept is the brand’s swing at the primed-to-explode electric sedan segment.
Porsche has teamed up with automotive photographer and personality Ted Gushue to launch @type7, which focuses on the human side of the Porsche world.
Jeep’s new in-house Wrangler pickup fills a void in the brand’s lineup and satisfies enthusiasts who have been asking for such a model for years.
A trick retractable hardtop convertible offering infinite headspace with minimal compromise to the 720S Coupe’s many charms, the new McLaren 720S Spider is a 720S that can drop its top at the press of a button.
Last week, Porsche announced both the latest generation of their iconic 911 and a limited-edition timepiece.
With an unbelievable amount of power, a series of performance modifications, and distinctly aggressive good looks, this dog can bark, run, and if not kept on a leash, it might even bite.
The new Evoque modernizes a proven format with new tech, greater comfort and capability, and an eye towards the future of automotive design.
The GLA 45 4MATIC offers the fun-loving enthusiast charm of a hot hatch without sacrificing its everyday credentials.
Macca’s first Hyper-GT is a splashy new addition to the brand’s flagship Ultimate Series range.
Replacing the California, the Portofino is Ferrari’s everyday drop-top GT.
With the aim of expanding the brand’s customer base and the hopes of reaching more millennials, Care by Volvo leverages the simplicity of known costs with an app-driven experience.
The new electric vehicle concept marks something special for Porsche—it’s a glimpse into how the brands reads its own future.
With the 720S, McLaren threads the needle between a future-forward supercar and a visceral backroad-slaying sportscar—it is nothing short of an achievement.
The new BMW Z4 is the rebirth of the brand’s lovable and long-standing two-seat roadster.
The successor to the mighty Veyron makes a case for its incredible price tag.
Its engine is a dream, its performance so accessible, and it has the wild looks and charm of a true Lamborghini.
Two delightfully uncommon speedsters that blend a vintage format with the best of Ferrari’s modern design language.
A vehicle that represents the core of BMW’s ethos of creating useful, well-built cars that are sporty and fun to drive.
The latest and most hardcore offering from the French super sports car creator.
The latest beast from the Italian manufacturer is fast, wild, and—an SUV.
An excellent environment to see amazing cars centre-stage.
The British manufacturer announces a limited-edition continuation series of James Bond’s DB5 from Goldfinger.
A big, fast GT with a certain sinister appeal and a V12, that also boasts four full seats, four-wheel-drive, and—a hatchback.
A high-performance take on BMW’s mid-size luxury sedan.
This vintage restoration is the product of intense fine-tuning and bespoke design.
The luxe SUV is sharp, responsive, and a bit more wild than the stoic W12.
A new high-performance model based on the already very impressive 570S supercar.
As part of the celebration for its 70th anniversary, Porsche has announced a new take on its 991.2 generation 911 sports car: the 911 Speedster Concept.
This past June, Lamborghini announced the completed restoration of an incredibly rare vintage Miura.
The British brand claims the fastest production SUV time at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.
When offered a day’s drive in a new Rolls-Royce Wraith, one should accept, with haste. Then, start to daydream of where to take it and whom you know that is worthy of a ride.
It’s smooth, quick when it needs to be, and every input is effortless.
An inside look at the creation of the brand’s most ambitious vehicle, its placement in the market, and what makes it a Rolls-Royce (even if it’s an SUV).
Located in the hills above Osoyoos, B.C., Area 27 is a cutting-edge race track designed by F1 Champion Jacques Villeneuve.
With its carbon fibre design, the DB11 AMR is sporty and yet also functions well as a grand tourer.
The 2018 Cadillac CT6’s Super Cruise autonomous driving feature is a game changer.
A gorgeous coupe embodying Bentley’s legacy of making fast, luxurious, and multi-talented continent-crossing cars.
The gallery’s latest exhibit is a limited collection of automotive-themed design pieces created partnership with French sculptor Antoine Dufilho.
The Adamas Collection makes a bid for additional exclusivity with a distinctive use of carbon fibre, black diamonds, and even a rather eye-catching new headliner.
While I’ve never been the type of adult who is drawn to toys, if Lego is going to produce a small vintage 911 in bright green, I’m buying it.
BMW, among others, imagines a world where cars park themselves, come get you on demand, and can be shared with friends via an app.
Bringing modern functionality to a classic British SUV, the Range Rover Chieftain from Jensen International Automotive is a project to take a classic first-gen Range Rover and modernize just enough of the experience.
While concept cars can often seem like a gimmick, for a young brand like Genesis, the Essentia signals not only their perspective on a luxury grand touring coupe, but also a new design language for their expanding lineup.
Cadillac’s flagship luxury sedan gets a brand new and very powerful V8 engine.
The Vision Concept balances a cutting-edge aesthetic with the next-generation driving technology.
The svelte style of a luxurious two-door with the design language and proven appeal of Land Rover’s top model.
In a move towards full-on custom design and creation, Discommon recently announced a wonderfully bonkers project to create a series of automotive-themed coffee tables.
The refresh of the Maserati Ghibli is a subtle evolution of form—a tighter, more athletic look that is befitting of an Italian sports sedan.
The new Navitimer 8 presents a modern and conservative direction for the brand that hinges on exploring its 60-year legacy in elegant sports watch design.
Ferrari announces the hotter track-focused iteration of its V8-powered 488 supercar.
With an updated exterior design, this handsome third-gen X3 is a welcome refresh of the previous generations’ dated looks.
Drive AMG vehicles on a series of snow-lined icy courses that cover more than 325 acres of frozen lake.
A look at what was on display in the Motor City this past January.
The 2019 Mustang Bullitt is a special edition spin on the Mustang GT dressed to look like McQueen’s legendary fastback.
From the desert to the jungle, to the alps, to Rodeo drive, the G-Wagen is a strange and wonderful SUV.
Lightweight, meticulous, powerful, exclusive, and very expensive—what’s not to like?
With 2017 firmly in the rear-view mirror, now seems an appropriate time to look back at the top online automotive cinema from the last year.
Having 20 or 30 bucks to redeem at an online retailer opens up some fun options for making your car just a bit more convenient (and safe).
Modena-based automotive design firm Ares Design recently announced plans for Project Panther, slated for 2018.
Touted as “the ultimate road-legal track car”, the new Senna is part of McLaren’s Ultimate range.
Originally revealed as a concept at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show, Lamborghini has been teasing its new Urus SUV for years and officially announced it this month.
The price ensures that only the most audio-obsessed would consider the Burmester. But, for those that check the box on the options list, the Burmester sound is incredible.
Tesla looks to the future with an incredibly fast follow-up to their original Roadster.
For a perfect automotive double feature, look no further than these two films.
With 22 current distinct models, there has never been a better time to want a specific flavour of 911, and the Carrera T is the low-fat option with just the right spices to turn up the heat.
For the latest evolution of their flagship coupe, the DB11, Aston is offering a V8 alongside the not-long-for-this-world charm of their 5.2-liter V12.
Launching in 2019, the Polestar 1 is a great-looking and contemporary design on which to establish a standalone brand.
Located on Bay Street in the heart of Toronto’s Financial District, the BMW Luxury Excellence Pavilion highlights the brand’s focus on luxury design and technology.
The Aventador S is nimble, more customizable, and just so much fun to drive.
Yes, the 570S is fast, yes it’s beautiful, and yes it’s special. More interesting though, is that it is so much fun.
For the first time, Porsche is bringing its Porsche Sport Driving School (PSDS) to Canada, transporting a 40-year-old program to one of Canada’s best-known racecourses.
The next-gen Porsche Panamera is proof that sportiness and comfort can come in the same package.
This single-seater electric vehicle could change the way we travel alone.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Through my seat I could feel the plane yawing slightly from side to side, like a car fighting for grip on an icy surface. The feeling was electric, the plane was alive, bristling with power and running with the herd.
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.
With both brands exhibiting a clear ability to produce products that catch the eye and stir the soul, this new partnership should lead to some interesting, innovative, and impressively expensive new watches.
With two doors, four seats,12 cylinders, four-wheel drive and a hatchback tail, the Ferrari GTC4 Lusso is as practical a beast as you’ll find within Enzo’s famed stable of prancing ponies.
Existing well outside the mould of the average wristwatch, Greubel Forsey timepieces are unencumbered by market trends, groupthink, or a relentless pursuit of the bottom line.
Of the myriad cars on display in Las Vegas for Consumer Technology Association 2016, few have as much potential for change as the Chevrolet Bolt EV.
If you need the practicality of an SUV but dream of a 911 and don’t plan for any vigorous off-road adventures, the GTS takes the Cayenne platform in a more driver- and performance-oriented direction.
With a lightweight carbon fibre 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?
Held on the Great Lawn at VanDusen Botanical Garden, Vancouver’s annual Luxury & Supercar Weekend is a veritable buffet of noteworthy and exciting cars.
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.