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You've read about the splashy debuts at the big Swiss auto show this month, but here are seven intriguing vehicles that may have escaped your attention.
Leasing has always appealed to luxury-vehicle buyers more than to mass-market ones, and a look at financing in the luxury segment shows why.
Aston Martin will launch Lagonda as an electric-only brand with the aim of breaking the duopoly held by Bentley and Rolls-Royce in the ultraluxury sedan market.
Rolls-Royce named BMW veteran Mihiar Ayoubi as head of engineering at the British ultraluxury brand.
The invite-only Gallery event on Saturday helped kicked off the 2018 Detroit auto show at Cobo Center, with vehicles on display worth a combined $10 million.
Bentley plans to launch a plug-in hybrid version of its Bentayga SUV at the Geneva auto show in March. The Bentayga will be the brand's first electrified vehicle.
Maserati North America is recalling more than 1,000 of its newest luxury cars to fix leaky fuel pipes that increase the potential for an engine fire.
The redesigned Bentley Continental GT is lighter and more powerful than its predecessor and restyled in a bid to attract a younger segment of the world's wealthiest car buyers.
It turns out that the 2015 Aston Martin DB10 built purely for the James Bond film Spectre was a sneak preview of the new Vantage sports car.
Rolls-Royce's crossover, a year from its launch, will be built on the same aluminum platform that debuted with the new Phantom sedan unveiled last week.
Porsche appears more immune than most to the looming disruption that is worrying the world's automobile manufacturers. But that's not how the company's leaders view it.
Tesla has earned back half the points it lost in Consumer Reports' vehicle rankings after deploying automatic emergency braking to its recently built EVs.
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