It’s tempting to characterize the traditional flagship cars—the large, top-of-the-line sedans such as BMW’s 7-series and Mercedes-Benz’s S-class—as the ultimate embodiment of brand values. But at Bayerische Motoren Werke, that mantle rests on the M5 and the M3. For the better part of 30 years, these sports-sedan prophets have spread…""
Since its debut in 1963, the celebrated Porsche 911 has consistently pushed against the boundaries of the sports-car universe. This is despite the fact that the car’s shape, rear-engine arrangement, and styling have evolved and advanced very deliberately through the years. Instead of dramatically altering the car’s styling, Porsche engineers…""
If the journey is indeed more important than the destination, then the new EarthRoamer XV-HD could be worth every penny of its $1.5 million asking price. This off-road-ready recreational vehicle starts life as a heavy-duty four-wheel-drive Ford F-750 work truck equipped with a turbocharged diesel 6.7-liter V-8. Paired to a…""
The Porsche 718 Cayman embodies everything we love about sports cars. Notably, it delivers one of the world’s most exhilarating driving experiences at a relatively reasonable starting price. No surprise, then, that the Cayman is a regular on our annual 10Best Cars list. Serving as the brand’s entry-level coupe, the…""
Trying to come up with criticisms for any members of Mercedes-Benz’s S-class lineup can feel a bit like picking nits with a Monet painting—you’re nearly reduced to stabbing the canvas with a crayon just to find something worthy of complaint. Similarly, finding fault with the latest S-class coupe and cabriolet…""