In our travels around town, it is obvious that new Range Rovers are as plentiful as Kardashians are in Rodeo Drive boutiques. Now's the time for new styling and the heritage customers crave.
The design of the Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo EVO is definitely scary looking. Everything on this car, it's there for a reason. From the hood vents to the front splitter and canards, everything's manufactured precisely and it's crafted for a reason.
It’s obvious that most of those going to the time and trouble of displays their rolling works of art at Greystone do so because they love to, not because they have to, or need one more sparkling award or a pat on the back.
2016 is now in the rear view mirror, and the images of the past year are getting smaller by the moment. We’ve put together a selection of the action from the past year in all shapes and sizes, colors, and purpose. The obvious question is, what will tomorrow bring?
Each and every Father’s Day the Rodeo Drive Concours D’ Elegance in Beverly Hills, California. The festival again brings out outstanding classics, sports cars, and insane luxury machines. This year is no different. The 2016 Concours has everything from Bugatti to Stutz.
Every parent says his or her child is special. Coincidentally, every OEM says each of its cars are special. But, as we all know, some are just a bit more special than others. Many a car company touts the virtues of its diverse product line. Oh sure, there’s three trim levels, eight paint choices, and in some cases a wide selection of knick-knacks, so you can call the car your very own. Chrome plated plastic mirrors or vinyl stripes, just check the box. That story fits 99% of the cars found on the road. And then, there's Rolls-Royce.
The slippery styling does seem to recall a certain Italian brand. Could this be because McLaren has lured away designer Frank Stephenson of Ferrari fame? In any event, the two-seater has a greenhouse that does hint at the McLaren F1. The rest comes from a fresh sheet of paper.