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
Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité – Citroën has been fulfilling the motto of the French Republic on the streets for almost 100 years. Continue reading CITROËN – FRENCH FREEDOM SINCE 1919
The Volkswagen name is not just a brand, it is also a motto. The Beetle, the Bulli and later the Golf were designed to mobilize the masses and they clearly exceeded this goal. But there are also some rather unknown Volkswagen still to discover. Continue reading The unknown Volkswagen – SP2, Puma, Iltis and Fridolin
If the 911 can be considered an outstanding Porsche icon and the flagship of the German mobility identity, then the Ducati 916 is the Italian equivalent and an equally great masterpiece. Continue reading The Ducati 916 – Tamburini’s Design Masterpiece from Bologna
The Le Mans 1955 race took a twist of fate and is going to be remembered as a dark moment in motorsports. The annual racing event in the north-west of France turned into a disaster in an unthinkable dimension. Continue reading Le Mans 1955 – The longest 24 hours
Few cars from the Zuffenhausen sports car manufacturer have caused as much discussion as the Porsche 928 did in the 1970s. Developed as the successor to the Porsche 911, it was introduced in 1977 as a totally new concept for the marque. Continue reading The Porsche 928 profile
The understated Ferrari 550 has aged better than most ‘90s performance cars and it still offers a level of performance and usability that makes it a very desirable modern classic.
The first-generation Porsche Boxster 986 was not exactly met with universal praise when it was launched in mid-1996 but it was continually improved and is now one of the great modern classic bargains, as this buying guide explains. Continue reading The Porsche Boxster 986 buying guide