Tis the season to buy (or receive) new tech toys, but what are you planning on doing with your old favourites?
On the brand's 60th Anniversary celebration, we spoke with Charlie Cooper, grandson of the iconic John Cooper; the entrepreneur, race- car builder and the creator of the first MINI Cooper.
Follow along as Porsche’s new Panamera 4 E-Hybrid takes us on a breathtaking European tour from the coastal boulevards in Monte Carlo to the hairpin turns of the Swiss Alps.
As large SUVs in the luxury segment go, BMW has come rather late to the party. However, the marque’s new entry—the long-awaited X7—is going to be a mighty competitor in a field that was previously owned by Land Rover, Cadillac’s Escalade and, more lately, the Rolls-Royce Cullinan.
Summer is in full swing—time for the great outdoors at the cottage, or “glamping,” and adventure-filled road trips with friends and family. But just because you’re spending more time with Mother Nature doesn’t mean your high-tech companions have to be left on the shelf. There is a number of ways you and the kids can have fun on the go this summer.
Interestingly, the all-terrain concept is not entirely new to Rolls-Royce. Back in the early 1900’s in the North African war theatre, the legendary Lawrence of Arabia is quoted as saying his fleet of nine modified Rolls-Royces are, “more valuable than rubies in the desert”.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) —the 52nd anniversary of the annual convention, in fact—has rocked Las Vegas once again. This year, roughly 180,000 attendees come just to get their hands on tomorrow’s tech today.
You don’t have to travel half way round the world to drive a Porsche on Ice. Homefront’s Helmut Dostal, took to the track just north of Montreal to learn the basics of driving a Porsche in sub zero weather.
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After putting Lincoln’s Navigator to the test last year, I was looking forward to getting behind the wheel of its smaller sibling, the Nautilus. The folks at Lincoln selected the scenic San Rafael Mountain region east of Santa Barbara as the location for our test drive. Beautifully winding roads along the Santa Ynez river valley offered great vistas and the nicest of scenery for us to snap some shots of the handsome Nautilus from all angles—and the odd selfie, of course.