At a private dwelling in Toronto, we’re introduced to, and given first-hand experience of, the new ‘digital showroom’ that Cadillac Canada feels will engage online shoppers like never before.
At the Canadian International Auto Show, Lubor Zelinka – design manager on the first-ever, full sized LEGO Bugatti ever built – explains what goes into the design, the build, the transportation, and how to actually get it to move with…
After a pleasant drive from Mississauga to Niagara-on-the-lake, Land Rover Canada president Wolfgang Hoffman explains why celebrating with fans and customers was the only way today could have been.
Earlier this year, James got a chance to take a look at – and a ride in – the new Aston Martin Vantage in Sweden for winter testing.
This month we finally get our hands on the new, front-engined GTC4Lusso that brings ‘unprecedented versatility to Ferrari driving’. And that’s got us thinking about one of its more illustrious and versatile predecessors, the 365 GT 2+2.
Does the latest high-tech supercar hold the key to driving euphoria? Or might the answer be something a little…simpler? We find out with two well-established giants of the lightweight sports car world, Caterham and Ariel.
From supercars to ’60s retro, the man who penned the W Motors Lykan invites James to test his first-ever sportscar on-track at the Dubai Autodrome.
The Mercedes-Benz G500 4×42 is the most extreme off-roader from the company since the three-axled 6×6. But how does it stack up? James finds out with a ‘nil’ by road’ thrash through the desert.
Between 1967 and 1971, McLaren dominated the short-lived Canadian-American Challenge Cup. And it all started with the 1966 McLaren M1B. We take a closer look with owner, and McLaren chief test driver, Chris Goodwin.
It may be more than 50 years old, but Porsche’s RS ‘Rennsport’ division remains among the most respected in the motoring world today. James pits the latest against the greatest.