The Porsche 944 S2 is technically the most exciting model in the series. Porsche Klassik has carefully partially restored a late version. Continue reading The Glass dome – The careful restoration of a Porsche 944 S2
Of the numerous car manufacturers that were already on the scene in the early days, many have fallen by the wayside over time. After 100 eventful years, Bentley is once again undisputedly asserting itself in the luxury segment, even if it is no longer quite as purely British and purely sporty as it was in the beginning.
Continue reading Bentley Motors – 100 Sporty Years
The search for the Atlantic green of the Western Cape leads across paths as red and sandy as the Kalahari desert. And ends on the wine-growing estate of a visionary. There, Gerard de Villiers speaks of hard labour and enjoying a slower pace of life – with Libby and Landy. Continue reading Book tip | Landy Love – With Libby and Landy
Seat Ibiza: The Spanish company’s first own development gives hope – a pretty small car at prices of around 12,000 Marks.
Continue reading Seat Ibiza – A German-Italian from Spain
Family, values, attitude. Fabiani is the story of a South African fashion dynasty that consistently goes its own way. Just like the Porsche brand. Continue reading Family values – The Fabiani family and the yellow Porsche 911 S
Ever been to a wild beach race? If not, then you have to make sure that a small Island in Denmark makes it onto your bucket list. This is where probably one of the coolest and most authentic beach races ever takes place: The Rømø Motor Festival! Continue reading The RØMØ MOTOR FESTIVAL – FUN, FREE AND FANTASTIC
A drive in the second-generation Mazda 929 L LA4, better known in Japan as Luce Legato: simple technology is not necessarily a disadvantage.
A simple letter on a car can sometimes be the difference between a mass product and a design icon. Like the B on the vehicles from the Carrozzeria Bertone. Continue reading The history of Carrozzeria Bertone – Between Elegance and Extreme
Well, the world records were old – but they had been set in 1956 with 8 litres of engine capacity. In 1983 Daimler-Benz only needed 2.3 litres in the Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.3-16. Continue reading WORLD RECORDS IN THE MERCEDES-BENZ 190 E 2.3-16
After 40,000 hours of work, Bentley Mulliner has completed the first new Blower in 90 years, with the delivery of Bentley Blower Car Zero – the prototype car for the Blower Continuation Series. Continue reading Bentley Blower Car Zero – The brand new blower from the 20s