Pretty, brisk and such great value, the IS350 is so much fun, yet reassuringly comfortable to be in and steer that it (almost) banished our desire for a more up-to-date entertainment and nav system.
Typical price: $81,300.00
The following cars represent the most technically advanced available.
There are plenty of exceptionally engineered luxury sedans out there, but few that manage to make every ride or drive an event; the XJ is one of them.
Typical price: $198,800.00
If you can live with the small boot and hampered load space, and do without visceral driving thrills, the Camry Hybrid rewards patient drivers with good fuel economy and large car space.
Typical price: $39,990.00
Quiet, plush and with enough gadgets on-board — Remote Touch is nice, but where's the hard disk nav and USB folks? — the RX should please most drivers, but it's more of a passenger's car.
Typical price: $97,500.00
What the IS250 lacks in badge snobbery, it makes up for in good looks, rock-solid quality, neat handling and serenity enough to becalm a frazzled monk. While stuffed with tech, it isn't quite as up-to-date as we'd have liked.
Typical price: $80,990.00
The Hurun Research Institute says iPhones and other Apple gadgets are the most popular gifts among China's wealthy, beating out luxury brands like Louis Vuitton and Chanel.
Big luxury and big styling is back in fashion at Lincoln. The company will debut the Continental Concept later this week at the New York Auto Show, but you can get an early peek here.
With standard features such as LED headlights and a Burmester audio system, the 2015 C-class shows the competition luxury's next level.
Logitech's $100 flagship wireless mouse is a smooth operator with a built-in rechargeable battery and lots of customization options.
We get our hands on a luxury titanium watch from Breitling, which connects to an iPhone to record pilot's flight times.