Oh come on! The 2002 Tii merely followed the formula perfected by Alfa Romeo. This car came out when Alfa was already in their second generation sporty saloons with the Giulia. And the Giulia was four doors. Even more practical. Sure, the most powerful engines went to the Bertone coupe, but that was also a two door.… » 11/24/14 11:30am Monday 11:30am

Neither, but the Rolls-Royce. Unless there is a street version of the Conti GT3. I'd rock that. The whole 'racing' heritage of Bentley is just not what I want in a prole-crushing luxury wafting device. Also, the Rolls V12 can't trace it's lineage back to some chav-Golf, like the W12. And RR doesn't do SUV's. » 11/24/14 10:48am Monday 10:48am

I'll postulate that road going Ferrari's aren't about speed. They have never been the fastest things on four wheels. The track-day 'toys' always have had that crown. Ferrari's are about making you feel special. In much the same way a Rolls Royce isn't really about comfort or sophistication. They are also in the… » 11/20/14 7:54am 11/20/14 7:54am