Over the last decade or so, our expectations for luxury sedans have been honed and defined by high rollers from Europe, particularly those boasting Teutonic pedigrees and autobahn development. So when a $70,000 sedan rolls onto the scene with more than 400 horsepower on tap, we’re conditioned to anticipate athletic…""
The Porsche Club of America’s Werks Reunion started out four years ago as a plucky little show that was easy to drop in to on the way to The Quail, but for 2017, the PCA’s Monterey get-together has grown significantly, expanding to larger digs at the Corral de Tierra Country…""
Chinese manufacturer Great Wall Motor Company claims it wants to become the world’s biggest sport-utility brand. Originally an SUV- and truck-specific company, Great Wall has grown in recent years to build cars as well and has ambitious plans to expand into other markets, including the United States. The most solid proof of…""
Honda isn’t letting a less than ideal return to Formula 1 deter it from diversifying its motorsports portfolio. At The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering, prior to the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, Honda’s luxury arm, Acura, introduced its ARX-05 Daytona Prototype, which will compete in the top class (Prototype) in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship…""
In 1979, Americans watched a total solar eclipse pass over the continental United States. Eight years later, another phenomenon crossed our paths: the first BMW M5. It was rare, it was heroic, and most of all, it was a four-door sedan that, at the height of the horsepower-robbing ‘80s, could…""