Pure Porsche insanity.
This bull is white-hot.
American muscle with German engineering.
Breitling’s Navitimer is probably the most popular pilot’s watch since its launch in 1952. Even people who don’t care much about watches...
Hamann injects some testosterone in Porsche’s latest Cayenne.
One bad B-Class.
The beast is back, but what will power it?
Making the RS5 stronger and sexier.
Glashütte Original, Lange & Söhne, Union and Nomos are all watch brands from Glashütte that have earned their spot on the horological...
The German tuner is the first to take on the stylish new CLS.
Kahn teams up with Cosworth for a dynamite diesel Range Rover.
Three new DB9s just in time for the holidays.
The German tuner gives the aging Italian bull some sharper horns.
During the last few years, it has become clear to me that once you begin to get more educated in horology and...
Torque-filled refinements for Volkswagen’s capable SUV.
Proving the Anglo-German supercar still reins king.
For the newly formed team of Grip Racing/Wilson Motorsports, finishing this year’s 25 Hours of Thunderhill was an especially emotional accomplishment.
After some turbulent times at Gemballa, the company is back with a bang.
Even though you are a regular reader of Motoring Exposure’s Wednesday Watch articles, you probably have never heard of Rodolphe Cattin. Let’s...
BMW welcomes its newest member of the M family.
The most successful 911 racer is back and better than ever.
Taking the 710-horsepower R8 5.2 out for some fun.
After building a 230-mph M6, G-Power is back to give the Z4 and M3 some boost.
In time to celebrate the end of 2010, IWC introduces an updated version of their ever-popular Portuguese Perpetual Calendar timepiece in rose...
In Russia, car drives you.
It’s all about flash and dazzle with the new G-Class by A.R.T. Tuning.
Who needs more power when you look this good?
Audi’s newest club racing concept hints at what’s to come in 2012.
Bringing the checkered flag home to Gaydon.
In today’s watch world, where watches can’t seem to be big enough, materials aren’t high-tech enough and PR departments enjoy overflowing your...