• British Car
    2018 Rolls-Royce Cullinan Spied Testing With The New Phantom

    Rolls-Royce is getting ready to launch its very first SUV, and we have a new set of spyshots that show the Cullinan in a production-ready configuration. It is covered in camouflage, but it appears that it’s finished from a design point of view. You can tell that it is almost ready to be released just […]

  • British Car
    Bride-to-Be Weighs In on the Jaguar XJL Portfolio

    I recently put my chauffeur skills to the test, driving a soon-to-be-married coworker around in the 2016 Jaguar XJL Portfolio AWD ($90,000) as we attempted to determine together whether or not it’s the perfect wedding-day ride. As part of her venue-scouting mission, we explored different neighborhoods of the city and fashioned a rather strong joint […]

  • American Car
    Update Your Car with a $30 Heads-Up Display Now

    Since the factory HUDs available in cars now are built right into the dash, they’re relatively difficult to retrofit to a new or classic car. Now, there’s a cheap and easy solution: the Mpow Universal Head Up Display. Every carmaker from Chevrolet to Rolls-Royce uses heads-up displays in their cars now. Not only is it […]

  • BMW
    Rolls-Royce Vision Next 100 Is an Opulent Sensory Overload

    Based on the Rolls-Royce Vision Next 100 concept, recently unveiled in England, there’s promise of even more ridiculous luxury in the pipeline. Rolls-Royce has never been a company to shy way from insane levels of opulence, no matter how absurd it may seem to the rest of the world. > The Vision Next 100 concept […]

  • BMW
    Rolls-Royce’s 103EX is a Luxurious Monstrosity

    Long before we could lay our eyes on the next, all-aluminum Phantom, Rolls-Royce wants to provide you with ‘a fully authentic look into the potential demands and desires of the wealthy connoisseur of the future.’ And the way they see it at Goodwood, the future of luxury mobility as a whole consists of elements like ‘The Personal Vision, […]

  • Auto Tech
    First Camaro given a spot on the National Historic Vehicle Register

    While Camaro production officially began in August 1966, a month before Chevrolet unveiled its Mustang fighter to the public, Chevrolet needed to know that production would ensue smoothly, so the division set up pilot production lines at its Norwood and Los Angeles assembly plants to build – and in some cases re-build – 52 cars, […]

  • American Car
    A Look Back at Some of the Beautiful Car Engine Bays

    The cars I throw in for free since something has to hold the engines in.” And there’s no doubt Ferrari put all his heart and soul into making beautiful cars to hold those engines, but then again, he did need something worthy to frame the true masterpiece under the hood. Enzo Ferrari once said, “I […]

  • British Car
    “The Love Bug Collection” sells in Indianapolis

    Even those with little interest in racing can recognize the white Volkswagen Beetle with red and blue stripes, wearing the number 53 in its meatball, as “Herbie, the Love Bug.” The star of six Disney motion pictures, countless Volkswagen Beetles have been modified over the years to portray the anthropomorphic automobile, and screen-used examples tend […]