Rumour has it that we’re only just scratching the surface of what the designers of consumer electronics are able to deliver.
This season, the British motor company with the iconic “Flying Lady” on the bonnet of its cars has a new star in its automotive line-up: the Rolls-Royce Ghost.
My test vehicle is standing by at Vancouver’s Fairmont Pacific Rim. It’s a white BMW X5 xDrive50i, which I will later trade for the diesel-powered X5 xDrive35d.
When Mercedes-Benz Canada asked Homefront to test drive the 2011 SL550, we chose Langdon Hall, the elegant country house hotel in Cambridge, as our destination.
The Mexican coast around Los Cabos is an ideal setting for the media launch of a sexy new luxury car, especially when that car is a BMW cabriolet.
BMW has created a new benchmark for the design, sustainability and integration of hybrid technology.
See how technology has transformed virtually every industry—be it commerce, communication, transportation, education, finance or entertainment.
At the edge of the Nevada Desert, about 40 miles northwest of Las Vegas, there’s a fire-red glow in the sandstone for as far as the eye can see.
Once again, the gift-giving season is on the way and millions of Canadians are crossing their fingers for gadgets, games and gear, instead of granny’s hand-knitted sweaters.