Luxury Cars

In 2013, however, its success grew even further, as Cadillac enjoyed a 21-percent increase in sales, with almost 185,000 units delivered worldwide. The overall sales number marked the most since 2007 and the overall brand growth made it the fastest-growing luxury brand in 2013, which is obviously a byproduct of the brands largest expansion since 1976. As you probably expect, the greatest success in the lineup went to the new sedans the ATS The Infiniti QX70 isnt new, although the name might have you thinking otherwise. Its still the sporty, five passenger crossover that first came ashore in 2003 and had its last major redesign in 2009. But amid the brands lineup-wide renaming shakeup this year, the QX has taken over where last years FX 35/FX50 left off. Full Article:

Mirror Drive: Luxury cars to watch in 2014

Porsche claims the Turbo hits 60 mph in 3.2 seconds, while the Turbo S needs just 2.9 seconds to do so. It goes for $149,250 per unit. Auto enthusiasts say it is with better looking, better quality, better dynamics and a better drive and with a blistering acceleration. Rolls-Royce Wraith The Wraith is a modern take on the original 1938 model. Full Article: