Rare Bugatti race cars, vintage Ferrari machines and best-of-show collectors’ cars are great for auto shows. And then there are sentimental favorites, the 1951 Buick your family owned when you were a youngster or the 1951 Chrysler K310 in the neighbors’ driveway?
The automotive website MIBZ.com has compiled a unique car list. It’s a twist on the ever-evolving industry standard list of most expensive new cars. The … Read more
The U.S.-based version of Top Gear, the globally popular U.K.-based comedic automotive program profiled on 60 Minutes and broadcast in more than 100 countries, will … Read more
The segment was called “Top Gear: Zero to 60 Minutes.” It was a clever title for the 60 Minutes piece on one of the world’s … Read more
The much-talked about, long-anticipated Ferrari World, the world’s largest indoor theme park, will open Oct. 27 — one day earlier than expected — in Abu … Read more
The Art of the Hot Rod, featuring photographs by Peter Harholdt, from the book, The Art of the Hot Rod, written by Ken Gross (published by MBI Publishing Company and Motorbooks, 2008) and is now on exhibit at Annmarie’s Garden in Solomons, Maryland.
The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport is among the most rare production cars in the world, with perhaps only 40 manufactured. Dan Neil, automotive critic of the Wall Street Journal, is the first journalist to test drive the powerful machine that recently set the speed record for a production car at 268 mph.
The Bugatti Veyron, the exotic sports car that was often identified as the industry’s most expensive vehicle, will no longer be manufactured. Instead, Bugatti will replace it with the less powerful but more luxurious Galibier.
Faulty breaks, malfunctioning airbags and electrical mishaps have resulted in millions of recalled cars in recent years. But Bentley is now recalling some of its cars for likely the most unique potential safety hazard in the auto industry — impalement.
Hot Wheels Elite, a division of Mattel, will issue a limited edition 1:18 scale diecast model of Eric Clapton’s Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso later … Read more
It’s likely not what those seeking to be like Elvis Presley have in mind. But buying one of the two 1970 Mercedes-Benz 600s once owned by the iconic performer couldn’t hurt — if you have a spare quarter-million dollars or so.
RM Auctions, among the several anticipated classic auctions held during the yearly Monterey Auto Week, achieved two coveted goals. The Canadian company posted the highest auction total with $67 million sales. It also claimed an unprecedented fourth ‘Best of Show’ in 10 years at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.