Anyone who thinks about legendary sports cars immediately thinks of the usual suspects – the brands that dominated Le Mans or had their bodies drawn by Pininfarina, Bertone or Zagato. One dreams of American V8 engines, Italian twelve-cylinder engines, British wooden chassis and German perfectionism. Only a few people think of the Land of the Rising Sun – but there were and still are a considerable number of interesting sports cars in Japan, for example the Toyota Supra. Continue reading Toyota Supra – A cult vehicle with many faces
If you look at the monotonous mass of jacked-up, interchangeable vehicles on today’s roads, you might think they all originate from the same ideal. However, the approaches of the historical models, if you will, are fundamentally different, even if the goal of Willys MB, Range Rover and Land Cruiser was always to get well through rough terrain.
A drive in the second-generation Mazda 929 L LA4, better known in Japan as Luce Legato: simple technology is not necessarily a disadvantage.
The first of the ‘big Healeys’, the Austin-Healey 100 remains a charming British classic with its well-balanced handling and stunning lines.
The Lotus Elise is the car that put the famous sports car company back on the map in the 1990s, and it still continues to offer the pure driving experience that Colin Chapman built his reputation on. Continue reading The Lotus Elise Buying Guide – Pure driving experience at its best.