Cars

  • Cars: Luxury Plus

    James Martin Moran (August 8, 1918 – April 24, 2007) was an American car dealer and philanthropist whose net worth of $2.4 billion ranked him 390th on the Forbes 400at the time of his death.

  • Driven — 2016 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque

    Some people don’t like this car. They say it looks squished. But that sort of concept-car-for-the-road look is exactly what Land Rover was going for when designing the edgy Evoque. If it had a high roof, it would look like, well, a little Range Rover, which would look tall and awkward. Rather, it is—pardon me—evoque-ative of its bigger brother in style and premium (for the class) pricing, but it’s far sportier, smaller, and more nimble.

  • Driven — 2016 Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG

    Magnetic Black. It’s a kind of blue-black metallic that looks remarkably dressy on a Benz. And a man, apparently: I have a suit that’s pretty much the same exact color. I only found this out by accident, of course, as I stepped out of a Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG in the aforementioned suit and a passerby playfully snickered that it must be “dress like your car day” before complimenting me on my good taste in rides.

  • Mirror: Hot Wheels

    The New York real estate developer was hooked after getting his first Vespa scooter as a teen. He began collecting all sorts of motorized vehicles — from scooters, motorcycles, classic automobiles and expensive sports cars to fantasy vehicles from television and the movies—more than 1000 in all. 

  • Special Ad: A Mini History

    At the height of their popularity all four Beatles owned Minis. Even Enzo Ferrari, the founder of the Scuderia Ferrari Grand Prix motor racing team, and subsequently of the Ferrari automobile marque owned one. It has been featured in countless action movies, one of the last being the remake of The Italian Job where they treated the Mini like another member of the cast.

  • Volvo Redesigns London ‘Family Parking’ Signs with LGBT Families

    Swedish car company Volvo and ad agency Grey London unveiled new family parking spot designs to coincide with London Pride this past weekend.