Whether driving through the beauty that is Tuscany, the winding roads of Emilia-Romagna, the rocky peninsulas of Liguria, or the mountain passes of the Dolomites—the roads of Italy are as varied as the country’s dialects.
In Daniel Marcello’s world, these vehicles are built for the toughest situations while still being aesthetically pleasing, allowing for a seamless transition between city and backcountry.
There are a bunch of fast supercars available, but few do it with so much emotion, playing with your senses with each of your inputs.
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.
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 latest beast from the Italian manufacturer is fast, wild, and—an SUV.
The 2018 Cadillac CT6’s Super Cruise autonomous driving feature is a game changer.
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.