Take What You Can’t Get

The history of the '70s heist genre and a re-imagining of “The Incident”

Sponsored content: by Chris Diken of Vimeo In conjunction with Vanity Fair and Film Independent, The Lincoln Motor Company tapped filmmaking duo David Ariniello and Nick Citton to re-imagine the classic ’70s heist genre. “The Incident” is the story of two friends on the run after a bank robbery—and they just might get away with it. Along with the film, here is a historical exploration …

2013 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance

Celebrating the show's 63rd year of hosting the world's best cars, rallies and auctions

We’re more than excited for this year’s Pebble Beach Automotive Week. The auto shows, rallies and auctions throughout Monterey county offer car enthusiasts from around the world the ultimate chance to see historic and rare vehicles up close—with peeks both inside the car and under the hood. The 2013 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, held 18 August, is the anchor event, the ultimate competition for the …

Test Drive: 2013 Lincoln MKZ

We test drive the revamped American luxury sedan through Brooklyn's waterfront

American luxury car-maker Lincoln, a division of the Ford Motor Company, is transforming. Long known for their plush sedans, the Lincoln Motor Company is making a push from their large, traditionally American sedans toward sporty, technology-minded cars for the contemporary age. We tested the 2013 MKZ—the brand’s mid-sized luxury sedan—in both the 3.7L Duratec V6 and the 2.0L Hybrid editions. Lincoln’s “Hello, Again” tour saw …