The latest development in the long, messy saga of the new Cadillac flagship came in July when it was announced that the car was canceled for lack of pizzazz. But now, GM's CEO confirms it's back on as a big rear-wheel drive sedan.
We can all agree that cars today are far better than they've ever been. From Ferraris to Kias, everything is pretty stout.
The Lamborghini Urus SUV Concept made its debut earlier this year in Shanghai and is still making the rounds on the auto show circuit. This weekend, the car was in Monterey, California for The Quail and on the concept lawn at Pebble.
The daytime during Pebble Beach car week is all about seeing the cars. But the nights are all about exclusive parties and events for well-to-do customers, celebrities, journalists, and other members of the glitterati.
Without a doubt, the premier classic car show in North America is the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. Each year, 200 impeccable cars descend on the 18th green at Pebble Beach and compete for the coveted Best in Show.
I'm not what you'd call a "concours guy." Don't get me wrong, I love seeing all the incredible cars that are on hand at each show this week. But seeing a car sitting on a golf course just doesn't "do it" for me. I need to see them moving.
The Pebble Beach weekend brings out some of the most valuable cars in the world and, inevitably, someone stuffs one. Seen here is a crunch-and-munched Shelby Daytona Coupe, chassis #2286, one of the five Cobra Daytonas to race in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
The Quail is one of the most exclusive events of the entire Pebble Beach car week. Formally called "The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering," a veritable cornucopia of the greatest cars in the world hold down the lawn on the Quail Lodge golf course while insanely rich people in ridiculous hats gawk at them.
Here in Monterey for AWESUM CAR WEEK 2012!!!!!11111!11 (aka Pebble Beach), McLaren popped eyeballs with a raging-PMY-painted 12C Spider. The unveiling happened at a private party for the Gooding Moneybags Car Auction at the Pebble Beach Center For Horses That Cost More Than We'd Make If We Lived To Be 800 Years Old.
Remember a few months back when we wrote about the handbuilt BMW Zagato Coupé? Well, in the three months since then, BMW built another one and hacked the roof off of it. Apparently, Adrian van Hooydonk, Director Design BMW Group, and Andrea Zagato decided the response was so good for the coupé that they needed to make…
Rolls-Royce must be running out of stereotypically British things to pay tribute to, because now they've designed a line of cars celebrating a cross between Grand Prix racing and Duck Tales, the Schneider Trophy.
Our constant complant about concept cars not being exciting or futuristic enough isn't going to seem as credible in a few hours when everyone sees photos of the McLaren X-1. A prototype based on the McLaren MP4-12C for an unnamed collector, the X-1 is so controversial they haven't even named the designer yet.
Jay Leno is a cool dude, but his head-to-toe denim outfits make us question his fashion sense. It also makes us believe that he's driving a pink Murci to Pebble Beach.
The McLaren MP4-12C remains the highest rated vehicle we've reviewed for one major reason: it was built with the driver in mind. This new Can-Am Edition racing "concept" seems to be built with the gentleman driver in mind. We like.