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  • And, to put it bluntly, the VW board got greedy, selling as many Bentleys as it possibly could, wrecking the marque's exclusivity, turning Bentley into that most traduced thing, a "brand."

    Massive, but Not for the Masses

  • Having enjoyed huge success in the GT class it will be the German marque's first time back at the top level since 1998, when Britain's Allan McNish took the last of their 16 outright Le Mans victories.

    Audi and Peugeot fight for final prize as ILMC bids farewell in China

  • The recently unveiled Porsche 918 Spyder, the marque's first hybrid sports car, caused such interest at its public unveiling in Geneva earlier this year that a limited series production is now almost guaranteed.

    Dream Cars

  • It is the marque's famous and impeccable serenity, the hushed and dreamlike refinement, the road-scrolling cinema as opium den.

    The Face of Green?

  • And just to prove that close examination of a marque's heritage can be surprising as well as stylish, Girard-Perregaux chose this high-watchmaking fair to launch a quartz timepiece 40 years after it first put a quartz movement into one of its wristwatches.

    Slim Elegance Is Back

  • Dan Neil says the British marque's revamped flagship serves notice: There's a new leader in premium sedans.

    More Car Reviews and Slideshows

  • The British marque's revamped flagship serves notice: There's a new leader in premium sedans.

    Jaguar XJ: The Hottest Cat on the Road

  • LONDON — Engineers at MG Birmingham continue to work on an all-new replacement for the storied British marque's midengine TF roadster.

    2014 MG TF: Early Look at MG's Future Roadster

  • The sale celebrates the 60th birthday of the Jaguar XK120, the marque's first postwar sports car.

    Auctions Feature Motoring Classics

  • That other German luxury marque's new A4 sedan stands up well against Mercedes and BMW.

    Audi Makes a Case for Attention


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    July 3, 2009