The Mazda MX-5 as best-selling roadster in history started its journey here, for some enthusiasts it is still the one to have.
The Alfa Romeo SZ was far from an unqualified success in its day, the years have been kind though and it is now considered to be a great modern classic.
Few cars have been as fit for purpose and devoid of frills as the Citroen Mehari, its beauty lay in its sheer simplicity, just like the 2CV it was based on.
The TVR Chimaera added a dash of comfort to the mechanically similar Griffith’s more aggressive demeanour, arguably creating the most rounded TVR of them all.
The Lancia Delta Integrale was one of the most successful rally cars of all time. The homologated road-going form allowed mere mortals a taste of what made these rally cars so special.
The Maserati Merak brought stunning looks and engaging dynamics to the compact Italian supercar scene in the 1970s.
The Ferrari Mondial offers a curious mix of practicality and performance that extends its appeal beyond the usual sports car offerings.
The Ferrari 612 Scaglietti is an effortlessly effective grand tourer that is becoming more desirable with each passing year.
The BMW E28 M5 was the progenitor of the super saloon category, offering a level of performance that until then had been the sole preserve of sports cars. It remains a great drive to this day.
The flying saucer might not seem like a very flattering nickname for a car. But if you just take the Italian name, it looks completely different. In the case of the extraordinary Alfa Romeo Disco Volante, it is actually an honorary title. Continue reading Alfa Romeo Disco Volante – it really flies!