What you missed on 8.29.14
Faced with having to rub elbows with strange human beings on a non-luxurious aircraft, our own intrepid Michael Harley chooses instead to drive from LA to Monterey in the swanky new Cadillac Escalade. Can a 600-mile solo drive in the lap of American lavishness counter the efficiencies of modern air travel? (If you really don't know the answer to that one, we're guessing you haven't flown in a while). Read now.
First Aston Martin Lagonda delivered
After taking a decades-long nap, the Aston Martin Lagonda nameplate has finally been revived. The very first group of Aston's newest utlra-luxury sedan has shipped, arriving to Dubai (where else?) by way of Oman Air and some very careful packing. The new Lagonda may only be offered in the Middle Eastern market, but that doesn't mean we can't admire these first looks at it, from afar.
Lutz's WM Destino may close to a reality
When crotchety, cigar chomping, erstwhile major automotive executive Bob Lutz showed up at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show with a Corvette-engined Fisker Karma, we collectively applauded the effort and immediately dismissed it from ever being a reality. As it turns out, with a new investment partner and trademark tenaciousness, Lutz may be ready to actually meet his Destino.
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