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The XC90 shows how high-tech features can make all the difference among today's luxury SUVs.

Back in the day, tail lights were often special designs intended to promote a model’s individual flair.

The vehicles give an insight into the Earnhardts’ varied personal automotive tastes. Imagine owning one of them.

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Chevrolet Citation Has Nearly Vanished, But Here’s a Sporty X-11

The Citation sold in huge numbers on its initial launch—800,000 in the first year alone. But where are they now?

By Bradley Berman

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Zimmer Golden Spirit: The Pinnacle of Unrestrained Neoclassical Style

What really sets Neoclassical cars apart is the kitchen-sink approach to design.

By Bradley Berman

The BMW 335i owned by the fastest man in the world was tweaked with the M performance kit for maximum horsepower.

The old saying is: “There’s no replacement for displacement.” That idea has been turned on its head by modern engines.

Even the most ardent gearhead speed demon can succumb to the human urge to settle down and start a family. What to do?

It was Japan’s first mass-produced mid-engine car—a much-loved small affordable two-seat sports car with a cult-like following.

In the world of coach-built Italian coupes, the Lancia Flaminia GT remains obscure.

While the unobstructed view of the heavens is cool, passengers are subjected to the greenhouse effect inside.