Spectators at the Nürburgring 24 Hour race in Germany last weekend were treated to an unexpected surprise when Aston Martin lapped the vaunted racetrack in an entirely new concept car. Called the CC100 Speedster, the model celebrates the company's hundredth anniversary in style.... Read More
There is a new Jaguar sports car on the prowl...and it is coming to America this month. Luxury car maker Jaguar has launched a social media campaign that invites consumers to experience its F-Type model. The new vehicle is the deluxe automaker’s first new two-seat sports car to be released in 50 years. It is built akin to the Jaguar XK convertible but designed around a shorter chassis.... Read More
With a product portfolio as extensive as it boasts, Mercedes-Benz is constantly rolling out new models – everything from coupes and convertibles to crossovers and sport-utility vehicles. But one of its longest-serving model lines has been its flagship luxury sedan: the S-Class.... Read More
The Tesla Model S has earned the highest score in Consumer Reports' ratings: a 99 out of 100. The consumer digest reported that the all-electric, $89,650 luxury sports car performed as well, overall, as any other vehicle ever tested by CR. However, the car cannot be recommended by the publication, because it lacks sufficient reliability data.... Read More
If you're in the market for the quintessential sports car, the Porsche 911 is a popular choice. But it comes in a variety of different specifications, and the German automaker has now released the king of them all.... Read More
We recently brought you news of two new compact premium performance sedans from Germany’s finest luxury automakers. The Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class and Audi A3/S3 sedans are more economical on fuel, easier to park, nimbler to handle and cheaper to buy than their larger counterparts — but what they don't skimp on is the luxury. However, four-door sedans aren't the only cars that the world’s automakers are downsizing.... Read More
In the luxury automotive market, there are mainstream automakers and there are those at the fringe. Mercedes-Benz, Audi, BMW and Lexus fall very much in the former category. Ferrari, Spyker and Aston Martin stand resolutely in the latter. But then there are those in between: automakers that don't sell quite as many cars as the mainstream marques, but are determined to step out from the margins and into the big leagues. Maserati is one such marque.... Read More
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