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First Drive: McLaren 570S Spider Sports Series

By Emma Reynolds

At first, it was hard to imagine that the McLaren 570S Spider, part of the brand’s Sports Series, was an everyday car for McLaren drivers. As a brand known for race cars and high-performance road vehicles, the low-to-the-ground, curvaceous sports car seemed like it belongs more on a racing track than the busy New York City streets — until I […]

The World’s Best Four-Wheel Drives Right Now

By Alexandra Cheney

Graduation season calls for pause and applause. What better way to honor higher achievement than the pursuit of greater independence in the form of four wheels – something both the adults and their children can celebrate. The crown jewel Rolls-Royce Cullinan Refusing to submit to such categories as SUV, off-roader or crossover, Cullinan is instead defined by Rolls-Royce as an […]

A Look Inside the Exclusive Collection Suites

This story originally appeared in the May/June 2018 issue of Elite Traveler. Collection Suites aims to solve the dilemma facing every city-dwelling car collector: where do I park my cars? The project is the brainchild of Miami-based father-son duo Juan Manuel and Lino Fayen, who both race and collect sports cars. They originally set out to create a car-storage facility for […]

First drive: Corvette ZR1

By Alexandra Cheney This story originally appeared in the March/April 2018 issue of Elite Traveler. GM flexes its American muscle with the boundary-breaking ZR1. General Motors is throwing down the gauntlet on its European counterparts. The 2019 Corvette ZR1 supercar is the fastest (210mph), loudest (high-pitched on acceleration, burbly once the intercooled supercharger kicks in) and most powerful street car ever […]

Icon and Emory Motorsports Remaster History

By Alexandra Cheney This story originally appeared in the March/April 2018 issue of Elite Traveler. Meticulous from the tires up, Icon and Emory Motorsports reimagine classic automobiles. Emory Within the walls of an air-cooled Porsche, the unadulterated whirr of its fan creates a mechanical melodiousness unlike any other. Unmuffled by water jacketing, that purity of sound pulls Rod Emory from his […]

Porsche Launches Passport Subscription Service

By Alexandra Cheney This story originally appeared in the January/February 2018 issue of Elite Traveler. Want a Porsche as an anywhere vehicle without the hassle of actually owning it? Load a couple of surfboards on the roof of a Cayenne and hit the beach. Slip into a 911 and head out for a Friday night on the town. Dreading Monday morning […]

Street Predator: The McLaren 720S

By Alexandra Cheney This story originally appeared in the January/February 2018 issue of Elite Traveler. Inspired by the lines of the great white shark, the McLaren 720S devours road and track with power and design. Drown out the purrs and the pop-pops of the garden-variety supercar and focus on the understated quivers of the McLaren 720S. A racing-derived supercar born from […]

Jaguar Relaunches Production of Legendary D-Type Race Car

By Lauren Hill

This week Jaguar announced the beginning of a new era for the iconic Jaguar D-type race car. More than 60 years after the last of these racing cars was built, Jaguar is restarting its production with 25 cars set to be hand-built at the Jaguar Land Rover Classic Works in Warwickshire, UK. When Jaguar set out to build the D-type […]

Acura and HondaJet Team Up for High-Octane Experience

By Kristen Shirley

This story originally appeared in the January/February 2018 issue of Elite Traveler. In an unassuming building in Marysville, Ohio, you’ll find a marvel of modern technology: the Performance Manufacturing Center, a pristine, almost-too-quiet factory where dedicated employees build the only American supercar using state-of-the-art technology. Sure, a Japanese company, Honda, owns the plant, but the Acura NSX was designed, developed and […]

The 15 Most Expensive Ferraris Ever Built

By Elite Traveler

Anyone who found it hard to watch the end of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off will know a Ferrari is more than just a sum of its parts. Since the first Fezza hit asphalt in 1940, the hypnotic howl of the engine has had many a bigwig reaching for the check book and parting with a small fortune. 2012 saw a […]

1957 Ferrari 625 TRC Spider