Sixty years ago, the Mercedes 300 SL finished first, second and third in class at the Mille Miglia. Benz honors that victory with this special-edition SL550, now confirmed for availability in North America.
Aston Martins don't fetch as much at auction as classic Ferraris, but this unmodified DB5 convertible set a new world record, bringing in $2.14 million when Bonhams dropped the hammer in Paris recently.
Wondering what the new Mazda MX-5 Miata would look like with, say, an aero kit, BBS alloys and Brembo brakes? Wonder no longer, friend, and feast your eyes on this show car Mazda brought to the 2015 Chicago Auto Show.
After much speculation, Mini confirms that its factory in Oxford is ceasing production of the slow-selling Coupe and Roadster models. So if you want a new Mini, you're going to have to take it with three doors or more.
Jaguar Land Rover Special Operations head John Edwards tells Dutch outlet Autovisie that the bespoke division responsible for the continuation Lightweight E-Type is considering its next project. One of the "major contenders" among the final four is the Jaguar XKSS.
Bugatti head Wolfgang Durheimer says the 450th and last Veyron will be at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. It will mark the end of 10 years of production, 300 coupes, and 150 open-top versions of the engineering coup that redefined how much a supercar could do.