04 Mar 2015

Pick Six: Our favorites from the Geneva Motor Show

One of the years most important motorshows is currently underway in Geneva, Switzerland, and some incredibly impressive cars are being shown for the very first time. After sifting through all the hybrid hypercars, stunning concepts, and latest production cars for sale shortly, here’s our six favorite cars that would surely give your neighbor

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19 Feb 2015

Car of the Week: 1978 Ferrari 308 GTB Koenig

Ferrari 308s are…nice. People are down with V-8 Ferraris now and Magnum, P.I. made the 308 cool, but it never had the same star power as a V-12. That meant there was an audience of Ferrari buyers who were interested in owning a 308, but wanted to stand out like a V-12

David Traver 0
12 Feb 2015

Car of the Week: 2016 BMW ALPINA B6 xDrive Gran Coupe

I don’t love the Gran Coupe. I think it’s too big, ungainly and not a coupe. I walk past a 3.0 CS between my door and my desk every day, and that car’s combination of handling, power, build quality and precision make it one of the finest vehicles ever built.

David Traver 0
09 Feb 2015

Meet 007’s new Aston Martin, Jaguar and Land Rovers

You’ve probably seen the (frickin’ gorgeous) one-off Aston-Martin DB10 (below) hat James Bond will drive in in Spectre, but he’s not just going to be tooling around and calmly sipping coffee. I’ll go out on a limb and say that there might, in fact, be some form of cars chasing each other. Purely

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06 Feb 2015

Driven: 2015 Audi S8, The ultimate sleeper

The ultimate sleeper. Audi’s flagship sedan, the S8, doesn’t draw much attention to itself. Save for a few subtle changes in brightwork, it’s barely indistinguishable from the A8 on which it is based. But massive S8-branded calipers hiding behind 21″ wheels tell the true story. Redesigned for 2015, the S8

Chris Little 0
04 Feb 2015

The 2015 Porsche Cayman GT4 is the car you never thought they would build

Porsche has said for years that profitable Cayennes and Panameras are what allows them to spend development money on sports cars. And yes, there’s a constant parade of new 911s, to the point that Porsche now offers 20 different variants. I don’t think that kind of model proliferation is really

David Traver 0
02 Feb 2015

5 Great Choices For Your First Track-Day Race Car

There was a time when almost every race car was driven to the track. Even in the muscle car era, that’s why people bought Shelby Mustangs and why Porsche sold Speedsters and BMW built 3.0 CSls. Amateur racing went away in a hurry for a whole lot of reasons, though,

David Traver 0
28 Jan 2015

Top 10 Fun Cars To Get You Through The Snow (And Any Other Bad Weather)

Here’s a little secret: The most important things about getting through snow aren’t all-wheel drive or traction control: all you really need is a real limited-slip differential and good tires. I learned that early on when a family friend got me up a steep, winding, snow-covered hill in a four-door

David Traver 0
23 Jan 2015

The Friday 5: Meet the Seventies

I have a real weakness for Seventies supercars. I think it’s because that’s when they started changing from being “beautiful,” like a Lamborghini Miura or Ferrari 250 GTO; to “exotic,” like the Lancia Stratos and BMW M1. Without them, there would have been no Ferrari F40 or even Zonda. They may be the Koenigsegg Agera’s

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22 Jan 2015

Car of the Week: Porsche 911 Carrera GTS Club Coupe

It was a toss-up this week between the new Porsche 911 GTS variant and the McLaren 650S Le Mans, which actually have a lot in common. Both are very limited edition appearance packages, but their missions are different. The Porsche got the nod because where the McLaren is a homage to

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