It may take a village to raise a child, but it takes a small English town to make a car. At least in the case of the new Bentley Flying Spur ($200,500), which debuted this March at the Geneva Auto Show. In Bentley's case, the town ... More
A Parisian art fair takes Los Angeles by storm, with one painted car at the epicenter.
The iconic backlots of Paramount Pictures' studios played home to a different kind of production on a sunny weekend in April when Paris Photo, an art fair that brings together 70 renowned contemporary galleries from around the world, set ... More
Classic cars might be one of 2013's most solid investment strategies, but collectors say money is besides the point
Chuck Spielman’s love affair with the automobile is rooted in a childhood spent wandering around his father’s 1950s Brooklyn Chevy dealership. Cars were, as he describes it, “in his DNA”; when most kids were learning their ABCs, Spielman’s father was teaching his protégé to identify a car’s make by sound ... More
From the canyons of the American Southwest to downtown Manhattan, it's hard to imagine where the new Range Rover can't go
Trading the cackle of Manhattan for the deep-space silence of the southern Utah desert is a jarring, but welcome, wake-up call. Although I'd wager there's a Walmart within 10 miles, it feels like I'm on the edge of civilization. Tucked amid this otherworldly landscape is the Amangiri resort, ... More
There are few things as quintessentially American as the beefy lines and earth-rattling growl of ’60s-era muscle cars. Defined by their excesses of power, performance, style and attitude—from Steve McQueen blazing through San Francisco in a Mustang to the Dodge Charger barreling around the banked turns of Daytona—these ... More