Steve Jobs' BMW Z8

We all know what Steve Jobs was known for, and it wasn't for being an automobile enthusiast. While Jobs did show an inclination for German cars, owning BMW motorcycles and Mercedes SLs, he certainly wasn't a collector — a possible reflection of his tendency to look forward rather than back. So when one of Jobs' cars comes up for sale, it deserves a closer look. Purchased in 2000, the car has mountains of documentation, including its California registration slip, and the BMW-branded Motorola flip phone — something that, unsurprisingly, Jobs hated.

  • Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster 50th Anniversary Japan

    Celebrating 50 years of selling cars in Japan, Lamborghini marked the anniversary with a very limited edition of its Aventador S Roadster. Only five examples will be produced, and each one is themed after the five elements in Japanese culture — earth, water, fire, wind, and sky. Lamborghini took the wraps off the first water-themed model, with labor-intensive blue-to-black paint and interior stitching that matches the exterior. Each of the five models is reserved for the country — a fitting reward for Lamborghini's second-largest market.

  • 2018 Porsche 911 Carrera T

    Purists, rejoice — Porsche is getting back to its roots with the 911 Carrera T. In today's world of two-ton supercars, the Carrera T is a lightweight, tipping the scales at 3,142 pounds. The Carrera T went on a diet, cutting out soundproofing, rear seats, and touchscreens, using thinner glass, and subbing in racing-inspired details like fabric loop door handles. The 911 for true sports car aficionados comes to the US in March 2018.

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