Visiting Maserati’s Innovation Lab

From driving simulators to racing trimarans, the Italian company is dedicated to experimentation and improvement

Maserati‘s familiar trident logo is attributed to the Italian carmaker’s roots  in Bologna, where the bronze and marble Fontana del Nettuno (Fountain of Neptune) stands in Piazza del Nettuno. Now the brand’s factory and HQ are in nearby Modena, which is some 120+ kilometers from the coast. Nevertheless, innovation at Maserati takes to the seas, just as it does the land. Since 2012, Maserati has …

Test Drive: 2020 McLaren GT

A supercar cloaked as a continent-crosser, this new model is not shy on delight

At last, after months of replaying the moment McLaren unveiled its 2020 Grand Tourer (GT), we found ourselves behind the wheel of one in southern France. From the outside, the vehicle offers plenty to be amazed by. But once inside, the joy and innovation unfolds. It’s a balancing act of sorts: the GT indulges its supercar DNA, but with a softer interior to stray from …

How the ’90s Inspired the New Bugatti Centodieci

Unveiled at this year's Pebble Beach, a new machine that pays homage to one of the brand's icons

In March 2019 Bugatti sold a car for $18.9 million to an undisclosed buyer. At the time, La Voiture Noire (or The Black Car) set the record for the most expensive new automobile ever sold. With nods to the Type 57, La Voiture Noire is seductive, but it’s not nearly as visually interesting as the latest from the brand: the Bugatti Centodieci, which was unveiled at …