Category: Christopher Little

Jaguar ALIVE Driving Experience

–Christopher Little Gillette Stadium is the perfect place to enjoy a sunny Autumn afternoon, but on this particular afternoon the Patriots were over 400 miles away in Baltimore.  The entertainment would instead be provided by a fleet of Jaguar’s 2013 model lineup.  The two-hour Jaguar ALIVE Driving Experience […]

Fresh Faces: BMW 328i vs. Audi A4

-Christopher Little There’s a bit of a war going on in Germany, and it’s been going on for quite some time.  For years, the BMW 3 Series and the Audi A4 have challenged each other over bragging rights to be the top German sports sedan.  85 kilometers separate […]

BMW X1 Short Drive

-Christopher Little Back when we were first introduced to the US-spec BMW X1 at the New York International Auto Show, I wasn’t so sure it would be a good idea.  After driving it, have I changed my mind?  Maybe.  I’m still not sure why someone in the market […]

A Day of the Ferrari Challenge Series

-Christopher Little Race tracks attract car enthusiasts.  Most of us can’t help but be drawn by the allure of pavement without a speed limit.  Maybe it’s the culture.  Perhaps it’s for the sights and sounds.  It may even be the copious consumption of fuel and tires.  Race tracks […]

A Farewell to TVR

-Christopher Little Another storied manufacturer has died.  This week, TVR became just another “Saab story” for automotive history.  TVR was a master integrating V8 power and tubular steel frames.  Beyond that, they managed to fit these platforms with stunningly beautifully and unique fiberglass bodies.  While many of these […]

Death of the Rotary Engine

–Christopher Little Last Friday, the final Mazda RX-8 Spirit R rolled out of the factory in Hiroshima.  Not only did it mark the end of a true enthusiast model, but it brought about the end of the rotary engine.  For Mazda, the tradition began with Cosmo Sport back […]

2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T

Last Tuesday, Hyundai dropped off a 2013 Genesis Coupe 2.0T Premium for us to test. We had 1000 miles and seven days to see how it stacked up. So we planned a road trip from our headquarters in Upstate, NY to the summit of Mount Washington to find […]