Keith Buglewicz, Contributing Writer

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  • We all go ga-ga over a car's sheetmetal when we first see it. But when you stop to think about it, a car's exterior styling isn't really the most important thing. With the exception of die-hard...

  • Cadillac CTS Coupe AWD Wins AutoBild Allrad Car Of The Year

    A Cadillac winning Import Car of the Year sounds backwards, until you realize that the magazine bestowing the award is based in Europe. Readers of the German car enthusiast magazine AutoBild Allrad have voted the 2011 Cadillac CTS Coupe All-Wheel Drive as their favorite imported car in the sports...

  • World's Largest Rolls-Royce Showroom Opens In Abu Dhabi

    The biggest Rolls-Royce showroom in the world isn't in England. Nor is it in Beverly Hills, the Hamptons, or any of the other places you might suspect. No, at 900 square meters -- that's nearly 9,700 square feet -- the recently opened Umm Al Nar Rolls-Royce showroom in the United Arab Emirates...

  • Toyota Resumes Production of Lexus Hybrids

    Toyota has resumed production of the Lexus CT 200h and HS 250h hybrids following a shutdown after the massive earthquake and subsequent tsunami that rocked the northern part of the country. At issue is the battery supply. The batteries for the vehicles -- as well as the ever-popular Prius -- are...

  • Audi Tops In Premium All-Wheel Drive

    Perhaps this one should be filed under "tell me something I don't know," but Audi is king when it comes to all-wheel drive in the premium luxury segment. Audi sold 437,792 vehicles with all-wheel drive in 2010, with the Q5 taking the lead with 155,025 all-wheel drive models sold. Of the remaining...

  • Volvo S60 Earns IIHS Top Safety Pick

    Volvo announced that its 2011 and 2012 S60 sedan has earned a Top Safety Pick designation from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. It's another feather in the cap of a company that is long associated with safety, but has suffered a couple of somewhat embarrassing incidents with its more...

  • Step into a Lexus dealership and read the ES 350 brochure, and you won't see separate models. There's no ES 350 EX, or an ES 350 LSi or anything like that. Nope, just the ES 350, with various options...

  • Report: Maserati Expanding Lineup, Aims To Quadruple Sales

    Rumors are swirling that Maserati will expand its range from its current lineup of only two vehicles. Inside Line reports that in addition to the Gran Turismo and Quattroporte, the Italian luxury car maker hopes to introduce a smaller sport sedan and even a crossover in the future. Maserati is...

  • C63 AMG Wagon Pegs Want-Meter, Paces Grand Prix

    There is something oddly appealing about high-performance station wagons. It must have something to do with the fundamental contradictions they embody. Station wagons, after all, are kid-and-dog haulers, right? Yet here we are, with a 556-hp Cadillac wagon with a manual transmission, and it may...

  • Porsche 918 Spyder Ready For Ordering

    Infiniti may be touting its performance hybrid credentials with the 2012 Infiniti M35h, and the zoomy commercials that have hit the airwaves and YouTube certainly look pretty good. But the company's reign as the hybrid performance king will be short lived if Porsche has anything to say about it...

  • Mercedes-Benz Unveils C63 AMG Coupe

    There seems to be an AMG version of just about everything north of a B-Class in the Mercedes-Benz lineup these days, but among them the C63 is the hottest seller. Credit the relatively low price, the style or simply the sheer awesomeness of its V-8 engine. When the C-Class Coupe was unveiled...

  • Lexus Vs. YouTube

    When Lexus hit the streets in 1990, it had a gigantic credibility gap to overcome before it would be taken seriously as the luxury equivalent to Mercedes-Benz, BMW and anybody else you'd care to mention. With its marketing machine in high gear, so to speak, ads flooded the airwaves aimed at...


  • BMW, Buick, Cadillac, Lexus, Lincoln and Mercedes-Benz all received awards in the most recent high marks in the most recent 2011 J.D. Power and Associates Vehicle Dependability Study (VDS). But the...

  • First Infiniti M Hybrid Ad Hits YouTube

    Infniti is not the first car company to try to call its hybrid a performance car. In fact, you could probably hand that honor to Honda, which touted the Accord Hybrid's acceleration as much as it did its fuel economy. Since then, Porsche, BMW and Mercedes-Benz have all given the performance-hybrid...

  • BMW i3 Prototype Goes Snow Drifting

    Ever since BMW announced its new i division a few weeks ago, there has been a lot of speculation about exactly what the cars would look like, After all, aside from highly conceptualized drawings, only the featureless models above are what BMW has officially shown us of its new cars. Then there's...

  • Infiniti Bumps Price On Most Models

    The cost of parking a brand new Infiniti in your driveway got a little more dear this week, as Infiniti announced price increases pretty much across the board. While most of the increases were moderate, the big Infiniti QX56's price went up $850, and the sporty IPL G Coupe went up $950. The company...

  • 2012 BMW 650i Coupe Breaks Cover

    The 2012 BMW 650i convertible has been rumbling around for a little while now, with its sleek lines, 400-horsepower 4.4-liter V-8 and drop top making headlines around the world. Funny thing is, BMW did the whole 6 Series intro a little backwards. Usually, you'll see the coupe before the...

  • Video: 20 Lucky Owners Take Delivery Of 2012 Porsche 911 GT2 RS

    Progress is a funny thing. For example, in the 80s Porsche introduced the 959, a special, limited edition supercar that was the embodiment of everything that Porsche knew how to do. It was blisteringly fast, all-wheel drive, with a water-cooled and turbocharged flat-six that put out 444 horsepower...


  • Lately, several car-on-track videos of extremely desirable vehicles have come along. The footage has been beautiful, with graceful cars slicing through apexes, sunlight glinting off their paint and...

  • Rennsport Reunites at Laguna Seca

    The triennial Porsche Rennsport Reunion is coming this year, but Porschephiles take note: The venue has changed. For the fourth iteration of the Porsche motorsports gathering, the Porsche Club of North America is heading west to the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, on October 14-16. For those of you...

  • Jaguar Releases Pulse-Quickening XKR-S Video

    You already know that the Jaguar XKR-S is the fastest, most powerful XKR that the company has ever made. It's a lustworthy car for enthusiasts of any stripe. But, just in case you weren't entirely convinced that you should really park one of these in your manor's driveway, feast your eyes on this...

  • Lagonda To Return As Ultra-Luxury SUV Maker

    Few automakers have as checkered a past as Lagonda. While its most famous (or infamous) car may be the mid-70s Aston Martin Lagonda sedan -- it of the T-square design and incredibly long nose and tail -- the company had a storied history before its acquisition by Aston Martin after World War II...

  • AMG Driving Academy To Feature SLS AMG GT3

    Being able to afford a Mercedes-AMG is a pretty special thing. Having one as your daily driver is just that much more special. But on the off chance that you just don't feel loved enough by your car and car company, AMG set up the AMG Driving Academy in 2007. It's a driving school strictly for AMG...

  • Audi A3 Sedan U.S.-Bound...If It's Built

    The Audi A3 sedan concept is one of the sleeper hits of the Geneva Auto Show that's going on right now. Taking the A3's compact dimensions and making it a sedan produced something that's unique, and not an Audi-fied Volkswagen Jetta as one might fear. Instead, it looks like an A4 that's been left...

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