Aston Martin Lagonda Previewed, Confirmed For ‘Strictly Limited’ Production


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After ages of speculation and rumor, Aston Martin today confirmed the return of the historic Lagonda badge to its line. The new sedan wears sleek and sultry Aston looks every bit as well as the two-doors, and it will only be available to an exclusive section of Aston’s market. Built exclusively for the Middle Ea...Read more

Maserati Quattroporte Ermenegildo Zegna Edition Arrives In U.S. Trim


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Revealed last fall at the 2013 Frankfurt Auto Show, the Maserati Quattroporte Ermenegildo Zegna Limited Edition brings together two of Italy’s greatest luxury marques in celebration of the carmaker’s 100th anniversary. Only 100 examples of the car will be sold worldwide, and Maserati hasn’t disclosed...Read more

McLaren P1 GTR Official Rendering Sent To Customers


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We’ve known since early June that McLaren’s P1 GTR would deliver 986 horsepower of track-focused fury. But today, an image purporting to be an official rendering from a customer email has surfaced, showing the car’s even more extreme design. Discovered by DuPont Registry, the image comes from a U.S. ...Read more

1995 McLaren F1 Heading To Gooding & Co. Auction For $12-14 Million: Pebble Beach 2014


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While the Ferrari 250s and 275s continue to dominate the record sale prices at collector car auctions around the world, the McLaren F1 appears to be gaining ground, with this pristine three-owner example expected to bring $12,000,000 to $14,000,000 at auction during this year’s Gooding & Company auction duri...Read more

This Is The 2015 Mustang EcoBoost Engine: Underhood Shot


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There’s no denying the 2015 Mustang EcoBoost’s turbo four-pot engine sounds pretty good for what it is, and that it packs a definite punch for its size. But what does it look like in its office? Now we know. ALSO SEE: Open Your Ears To Take In The EcoBoost-Powered 2015 Mustang Actually, we still don’...Read more