Bentley believes there are people out there who wish to go to London’s Harrods’ department store, only to spend $86 on the scent of the Bentley Bentayga. I’m confused.
What’s more luxurious than stone veneers? According to Bentley, absolutely nothing. Apart from your 2005 Mercedes-Benz with a $60,000 Designo granite package, of course.
GMC has had a firm grasp of the luxury truck market since before it was the thing to do. Now that the competition to cram opulence into pickups is escalating they’re adding more cost to their Denali line. Nice looking truck, but where are the fun gimmicks to get excited about?
The only reason you’re picking a Bentley Bentayga over a Range Rover is to leave no question about your vast personal wealth, right? So to really stand out you plutocrats better hurry up and grab one of the 608 First Editions, featuring interior panels made from your grandma’s kitchen towels.
The Infiniti QX80 Limited gets kicked down to the kid’s table of luxury SUVs because look at it. But drive the thing and all of a sudden you’re Shallow Hal discovering the majesty of inner beauty. And it goes even deeper than the quilt-stitched seats.
The big news for Infiniti’s 2016 QX50 crossover is an extra four inches of legroom in the back. With rear-wheel drive and terrible fuel economy, but more advertised horsepower than a rival Acura or Lexus. it’s billed as “the driver’s crossover.” In reality though, it’s no poor man’s Porsche Macan.
A Cadillac-Buick-GMC dealer was the unfortunate victim of a rogue milk truck last Sunday after the truck driver choked on a nice refreshing Dr. Pepper beverage.
The 2016 Lexus LX570 is getting a front-bumper tweezing to match the rest of the Lexus lineup. Yep, the fancified Toyota Land Cruiser will henceforth look like a cyborg insect too. But the well-deserved interior upgrade is downright sexy.
Nothing stamps out and rivets-together an abstract concept like the Range Rover. It’s more than an SUV. It’s fancy. It’s important. It’s rolling royalty for god-sakes, man. It was good enough to put in the Louvre 40 years ago and now it’s better than ever.
“When I see a Range Rover on the street, my blood boils, because we should be able to do a thing like that,” Fiat Chrysler boss Sergio Marchionne reportedly just told Bloomberg. “And we will.” Them’s fightin’ words!
Ever wonder what happens to those chunky armored trucks you see carrying cash between banks? Like every other business asset they get auctioned off when they're used up, and a few have been converted into ridiculous(ly awesome?) rolling night clubs.
A truly surprising number of old stock photos feature cars parked next to private planes on runways. Here are some of them. Make sure your browser is prepared to handle a lot of luxury.
Ultra-premium outdoorsy clothier Filson sells a beautiful version of the AEV Brute Jeep Wrangler pickup for $130,000. Now they've added a regular-Wrangler to their lineup. Still steep at $70,000, but a pretty enticing prospect as an analog Range Rover alternative.
The "luxury truck" phenomenon has been building ridiculous momentum since leather seats started showing up in pickups decades ago, and the 2015 Cadillac Escalade basically represents the ultimate in body-on-frame living rooms. We're gonna sail this luxury barge all over New York, ask us anything!
Dartz, the batshit-awesome Russian luxury war-machine shiller, will be celebrating the 100th anniversary of "Russia's Motorized Infantry" this month by releasing a vehicle with an options list that literally reads like a Bond car loadout.
Cessna's newest version of its Citation, the CJ3+ received its FAA type certification on Thursday. The CJ3+ builds upon the popular CJ3 by adding the Garmin G3000 avionics suite, automatic cabin pressurization, and advanced maintenance diagnostics.
If you're filthy rich and looking to charter a large private jet, you can bring a two-starred Michelin chef along to do your cooking. Privajet's Boeing Business Jet seats 18, sleeps 9, and promises some of the best meals upon which you'll ever dine.
Four Seasons is bringing their world-renowned luxury and service to cruising altitude with a new private plane. The sleek black Boeing 757-200 will carry up to 52 passengers on custom tailored round-the-world itineraries beginning next February. Combined with accommodations at Four Seasons properties, it's hard to…
We've all seen these ridiculously-equipped SUVs designed for the one percent before. They're full of stained wood accents, plush leather seating, and everything from big-screen TVs to coffee makers. But this is the first time we've seen one with a full-on exercise machine inside.