New Rolls Royce coming

At a private function during last year's Paris Motor Show, Ian Robertson, head of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, confirmed that the automaker has begun work on a new model.

Sunday drive

I can't help it! I just can't. When the weekend comes, I need to get behind the wheel and drive somewhere.

From the eyes of the design guy

Often times, their vehicles represent years of blood sweat and tears, and when the car bows in, it's akin to sending a child out into the world.

Manual gearbox official for M5

Bowing to demand from North American enthusiasts, BMW has officially added a six-speed manual transmission to its high-performance M5 sedan for 2007.


Everything I just said to you, I said to the police, says Karl. What did the police do with this information? nothing.

Swedes developing DSG

Published reports out of Europe hint that Volvo and its parent company Ford Motor Co. are hard at work on a new twin-clutch transmission, similar to the Direct Shift Gearbox from VW and Audi AG.

Calling Corrado, or Sirocco

The only thing VW is saying, is that the IROC concept will one day morph into a production Sirocco, and that it will be based on the same Golf platform as GTI.

Mercedes' AMG line

AMG was founded in 1967. Hans Werner Aufrecht (A), born in Grossaspach (G) and Erhard Melcher (M) started their business in an old mill in Burgstall, a small town in northeast Germany. Engineering, de

Mix-ups and Ferraris

The featured a review I'd written on the new M6. incensed BMW owners because the photos that ran with the story were of an M Coupe.