Hannah Elliott, Bloomberg

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Past articles by Hannah:

F1 Want Women in the Cockpit For First Time Since 1976

With its new academy, the racing league is inviting women to train for the grand prix. → Read More

Pursuits Weekly: BMW Is Going Big by Bucking Industry Trends

There’s a big shift happening in the world of Germany luxury cars—and it’s not all about electrics. → Read More

First Look: Rolls-Royce’s First Electric Car, the Spectre Coupe

Early client feedback is “very, very delightful,” says the brand boss. → Read More

Checking Into the Chelsea Hotel, Where Ghosts Are Welcome Guests

A renovation of the historic (some say haunted) building weaves a wealthy past into a comfortable, cool present. → Read More

Ikea Reveals Its Swedish House Mafia Furniture Collection

Hey, Mr. D.J., will you put my Obegransad record player on? → Read More

Bulls Pump Up Pebble Beach Auto Auctions to $469 Million Record

The impressive cars and unprecedented sums seen at the world’s most prestigious collectible car show → Read More

In the Wake of Covid, Corporate Execs Become Breathwork Believers

The ancient practice is increasingly validated by science and used to optimize brainpower and relieve stress. → Read More

Rimac’s $2 Million EV Is a Feat Unlike Any in Automotive History

We test-drove the Nevera hypercar and came away smitten. → Read More

Meyers Manx Dune Buggies Are Reborn Yet Again—This Time Electric

All the details about Steve McQueen’s favorite sand blaster as it plugs in for more. → Read More

Porsche Advances Plans to Enter Formula 1 With Red Bull

Leaked documents indicate the German automaker will buy half of the racing team. But insiders say much remains to be determined. → Read More

Why So Many Supercars Have Montana License Plates

A legal loophole lets owners of expensive cars avoid taxes and emissions standards in other states. Tightening rules could send the practice into overdrive. → Read More

What a Bear Market and Strong Dollar Mean for Car Collectors

Many of the world’s wealthiest are choosing to sink money into tangibles, including cars. → Read More

The Cadillac Lyriq Electric SUV Is Not Worth Waiting For

And wait you will, even if you put your deposit down now. Sharper electric SUVs from rival brands will be available sooner. → Read More

New Private Club Heimat Aims to Be a Sweat-Driven Social Hub

A first-look review reveals stunning amenities. Just don’t call it a gym. → Read More

How This Champagne-Hued Ford Pickup From 1965 Stole Adri Law’s Heart

Introducing a new series about the way we find and love our vintage autos: “How’d You Get That Car?” → Read More

Formula One Miami Was Mostly a Hit. Now What?

After decades of trying, it seems we’ve hit an inflection point for F1 racing in the US. → Read More

The Jaguar E-Type Has a History as Rich as the Car Is Beautiful

A new book from TeNeues publishers traces the iconic auto’s heritage back to the Swallow Sidecar Co. of 1922. → Read More

Formula One Miami Brings Racing, Legal Trouble, and $100,000 Tables at Clubs

Miami’s first F1 race has faced strong resistance, but now luxury brands are going big. → Read More

What It’s Like to Drive 11 Hours in a $169,000 Lucid Air Electric Car

Forget “hypermiling.” This is how a normal drive goes. → Read More

Lotus Electric SUV Is a Lean, Mean, China-Made Driving Machine

The Eletre may be a major pivot from the British heritage brand’s sports-car roots, but it still goes zero to 60 mph in three seconds flat. → Read More