I think I must have been sleeping or something but the new BMW X2 has snuck up on me. I love it. Finally (in my opinion) BMW has designed a sport utility that I really like right off the bat.
The four-door coupe sets standards in the luxury class when it comes to progressiveness. It embodies a new style of Gran Turismo, with dynamic lines, systematic digitalization, a sporty driving experience and a versatile space concept.
BMW M550i xDrive (One Step Closer to an M5!) When BMW recently introduced the updated G30 5-Series model line, I was glad to see the improvements. I love the uptick in technology as well as the increased luxury appointments. These are welcome changes to BMW’s...
A new chapter in Aston Martin’s history began at the 86th International Geneva Motor Show with the unveiling of the DB11. The first product launched under the company’s ‘Second Century’ plan, DB11 is the bold new figurehead of the illustrious ‘DB’ bloodline and an authentic, dynamic sporting GT in the finest Aston Martin tradition.
We knew the special Ferrari FF was due to be replaced or at least refreshed. We wondered to what degree as well as what new improvements from a technical or “thunder” it would have. Well we now have our first official look at the new model.
Handcrafted by Bentley’s Mulliner Division and inspired by Monster
Spectacular limited production vehicle designed to appeal to young professional athletes and musicians
It’s no secret that many automakers would like to take the challenge to Tesla for a high-mileage, premium vehicle. Well it looks like Porsche is getting serious in their challenge. They’ve introduced their Mission E Concept which points us in the direction of their planned offering.
Even though the grille reminds me of a Ford Edsel, this new Alfa Romeo is not too bad. How will it be accepted and weighed against the BMW 3-Series is yet to be determined.
Automobili Lamborghini announces a luxury SUV as a third model to join its product range. The market introduction of the series model is planned for 2018. A concept of the car was first presented as the Lamborghini Urus in 2012 at the Beijing auto show.
Even though the Lincoln Continental Concept stole some of the CT6 thunder, Cadillac represented itself well. This new model is production ready and not a concept of a vision of the future direction. By concentrating on efficient luxury and technology, this new flagship is a benchmark for the industry.