• 1962 Ferrari Sold For $38 Million
    A 1962-63 Ferrari 250 GTO Berlinetta, serial number 3851GT, sold at Bonham’s Quail Auction on August 14, 2014 for US $34,650,000.00 ($38,115,000.00 including buyers premium).
  • GM Loses $49,000 With Every Volt Sale
    Reuters, an international news agency, issued a report on Sept. 10 claiming that General Motors Corp. (GM) is losing $49,000 for every sale of its Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid vehicle. GM, the world’s largest automaker in 2011, issued a press release disputing the estimates.
  • La Jolla is a creative hotspot for car design
    Nissan, the automotive giant, has established its internationally recognized design center in the midst of one of the wealthiest and tech-savvy areas in America.
  • Classic Cars are Perfect Coast Cruisers
    Joe Petralia, general manager at San Diego Classic and Muscle Cars, gave Villager a tour of some of the Escondido company’s rides that let a driver enjoy the smell of the ocean.
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost is Scary Good
    The 2010 Rolls-Royce Ghost is setting course to corner the market of high-net-worth auto buyers with $300,000 to spend on a new car.
  • Villager Cars
    Ready to go slow? If a cruise along one of San Diego’s picturesque highways sounds good, don’t be caught without a must-have accessory: an impeccably restored car.
  • New Showroom for Rancho Santa Fe Motors
    In these difficult economic times, Rancho Santa Fe Motors is bucking the trend and is actually expanding its business in Del Rayo Plaza. Dave Luce, the owner, reports that until recently the business was using the parking lot as the showroom.
    For many, the garage is more than just a place to protect cars from the elements.
  • Bentley’s New Mulsanne
    Get close to the New Bentley Mulsanne and you’ll recognize a familiar face, yet something is different.