Time Off » Hot Wheels: Low-level Flying

September 26, 2014
If you’re thinking about buying a luxury electric car, there is only one choice, says our reviewer: the Tesla Model S.
Want to buy an electric car? Make it this one, says our reviewer.
April 29, 2014
You don't have to buy or lease a Lamborghini to get behind the wheel. Just arrange a rental.
August 7, 2013
German cars have eliminated Lexus’s lead in the silk-road stakes, leaving the Japanese contender with a fresh need to stand out. (Photo: Nigel Moll)
It may not outperform German sports sedans, but it shines brightly in its strong suit—comfort and heft. 
May 14, 2013
BMW M5
Like the four models before it in their day, the fifth-generation M5 is the standard-bearer of BMW’s craft. It’s also a striking value among new performance cars.
September 20, 2012
Range Rover Evoque (photo: Nigel Moll)
On the inside, Range Rover’s new, brand-bolstering Evoque is surprisingly spacious in the seating department and capable in performance, despite its four-cylinder engine and modest footprint (16 inches shorter and more than 1,600 pounds lighter than a Range Rover Sport). The interior trim is worthy of the marque, too, but the vehicle’s hatchback area offers limited baggage space.
March 29, 2012
Bentley Mulsanne
With the Arnage growing long in the tooth, Bentley unveiled its new three-ton flagship for an appreciative audience at Pebble Beach in August 2009.
January 31, 2012
Two Star Generals
Nearly three years ago, many were writing off General Motors for dead. They would have been right had the U.S. government not decided that the company–or more correctly, its huge workforce and the employees of all the suppliers that depended on it–was too big to fail.
December 2, 2011
Ferrari 458 Spider
If there is such a thing as an Everyman's Ferrari, you're looking at it. The newly introduced 458 Spider caters to a segment whose taste for open-air driving can carry the stigma of lesser machinery hampered with the weight penalty and compromised structural rigidity of a vanishing roof.
July 21, 2011
Bugatti Veyron
We missed the road for Key Air at Waterbury Oxford Airport in Connecticut, and the ­subsequent U-turn in a church parking lot could have been a metaphor for seeking redemption for tooling around in the most powerful, most expensive production car in the world. I half expected to hear a voice from on high as we did our 180 in front of the house of worship: "You couldn't just drive a Prius?" Not today, sorry. Heaven can wait.
June 1, 2011
There's almost room for a game of tennis doubles in the back of the new A8L, but since this is an Audi with Quattro all-wheel drive and a V8 in the nose, it's more sports limo than prom parade float.

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