Move over BMW – Kia’s 360 horse, rear-wheel drive Stinger sport sedan is here to prove that the Koreans can keep up with Germany’s best.
Lexus comes to Detroit with its bold LC500 luxury sedan. With its sights set on the best from BMW, Mercedes, and Audi, Lexus isn’t being bashful.
Long lauded for its station wagons and safety systems, Volvo has tweaked its XC60 into a luxurious mid-size SUV that jumps to attention when driven.
Thanks to advances in technology, the lines between standard and luxury cars is blurring.
Kia’s Cadenza has been an odd luxury flagship on a brand built for affordability and fun, and it’s more conservative and elegant for 2017.
Volvo has unveiled one of the most impressive luxury cars in years. Here’s why the S90 could be the Swedish brand’s ticket to the top of the premium sedan segment.
After years of masquerading as an upscale luxury sedan, the redesigned 2017 LaCrosse is finally worthy of its flagship status.
In an official press release, Hyundai has announced that it will create its own luxury line and will place it under the protective wings of its Genesis badge.
A look at Maserati’s Levante, Lamborghini’s Urus, and Rolls-Royce’s Project Cullinan — and why Ferrari won’t ever play the utility game.
After closing its doors in 1961 and becoming fodder for one of the greatest conspiracy theories in auto history, Borgward is back to take on its former rivals.
Spending more than a quarter million dollars on a car sounds preposterous to most people, but the newly-rich, high-end cars are irresistible.
It’s been a long time coming, but Bentley’s first SUV is finally here. Called the Bentayga, it claims to be as luxurious as an SUV could possibly be.
Recently, the idea has been thrown around that the American auto industry needs pickup trucks from luxury brands. Despite what you might think, that shouldn’t happen.
Millennials are getting behind the wheel of luxury cars like never before, but very few of them own these cars, and care only about the next model coming out.
After struggling to establish itself as a luxury automaker, Hyundai’s new Vision G concept is ready to take on the world’s best. Here’s why.
For its first-ever SUV, Jaguar’s upcoming F-Pace has an aluminum construction, an all-new powertrain, and a little help from Land Rover to make it a real contender.
The luxury car market is one of the most vital and important segments of the auto industry. But how stable is it?
The Jaguar XJ is often overshadowed by its German competition, but does it deserve more attention than it’s getting? We spent a week with one to find out.
Not everybody wants a car that’s just basic transportation. Even among luxury cars, some are better suited for different needs than others.
Here are 5 cars that could steal the spotlight in the Big Apple.
Rolls-Royce just announced that it is launching a full-size SUV to take on Bentley and Maybach. Here’s why the off-roading Rolls could be a huge hit.
Mercedes is reshuffling its lineup to include some redesigned models, with more plug-in hybrids. Will it propel them to the top of the luxury market?
Need the cabin room but don’t want to forego the luxurious trappings? Here are a few options.
Lexus has no plans to continue the trend downstream, but can it lead without the high-volume that the low-end provides?
Now that BMW offers 13 variations in the 3 Series, consumers are officially overloaded with choices. Here’s why it’s time to stop.
BMW and Mercedes both posted huge sales in October. Here’s how close the race is for top U.S. luxury brands in 2014.
Tesla’s announcement of “The D” was what many expected, but was still so much more.
Investment firm Morgan Stanley is convinced that the Tesla Model X SUV will take the luxury crossover crowd by storm.
Following Japan’s big earthquake in 2011, the ball has been thrown back into BMW, Audi, and Mercedes’ court.
Aside from the utilitarian cars that made their debuts in New York, these luxury vehicles dominated the first day of events.
Here are the fastest-growing crossover models from last month, per Polk data.