Obsessive collectors of limited-edition supercars already know theirs is a pricey pastime. But it’s a hobby that’s set to get even more expensive with Aston Martin’s announcement that it will be producing not one, but two more Zagato versions of the Vanquish: a speedster and a shooting brake, which will…""
Handsome styling, a well-connected infotainment system, and room for up to seven passengers make the Acadia an easy family favorite. GMC’s mid-size crossover was all new for 2017 and sports a more compact body and a host of modernized features that make it leaps and bounds better than the larger,…""
The Mercedes-Benz SL has cemented its place as roadster royalty after an illustrious 60-plus-year history. Now in its sixth generation, the SL is starting to show its age, but it remains a luxurious and stylish choice for those with the means. Available only as a retractable-hardtop convertible, the SL-class is…""
You’d be forgiven for not knowing that Ford built a handful of GT40s with roadster bodywork. Ford’s open-topped GT40s were only used as development prototypes, and of the six built, only one survives in original condition. That car, with chassis number GT/108, is listed for sale by U.K. dealer Girardo…""
Earlier in the summer, Porsche Cars North America chief Klaus Zellmer announced that the Rennsport Reunion, a weekend-long celebration of all things Porsche—especially Zuffenhausen-related motorsport—would return in 2018, though he wasn’t prepared to announce the location. Now it can be told: The sixth edition of what fans invariably reduce to…""
In his 1962 book Diffusion of Innovations, Everett M. Rodgers defined five groups of individuals responsible for the adoption and market penetration of a new idea or technology: the innovators, the early adopters, the early majority, the late majority, and the laggards. And as with any market-based technology, the electric vehicle’s…""