• Monday 2nd March, 2015


Boyhood: Linklater and the Pontiac GTO


"If you haven't seen Richard Linklater's Oscar-winning film, Boyhood, yet, you should. The film is brilliant - real achievement at many levels and for many reasons, but for members of this particular parish - the part played by the Pontiac "

1984: Honda NSR 500


"We've got a theory.  The things you'll carry with you through your life, that will inspire you more than other things - will emerge from the years when you were at your height of youthful discovery - when the hormones "

Lotus Ford Cortina


" Funny how the shape of a car can cause a Proustian moment. Thing is with the Ford Cortina Lotus was that it chimed perfectly with a time when the A-Road riders sought desperately to differentiate themselves from the rest of "

Car Crush: Pegaso Z-102 Cabrio


"Sometimes we want to run pictures of a car just because we can. And here at the fag-end of February what better to lift your mood for the weekend of love than the Pegaso Cabrio? The design is a combo "

David Brown: A Very British Coachbuilder


"A quick survey of the Influx editorial archives will confirm our interest in, and coverage of, the great Continental European coachbuilders such as Pininfarina.  And rightly so. It’s worth remembering though that Britain was once home to a good "

Car Crush: E-type Fixedhead Coupe


"This stunning example of a Jaguar E- type 3.8 Fixedhead Coupe goes under the hammer soon at the ‘Silverstone’ auctions.  Its shiny-as-new look that belies its 52 years on the planet is partly due to the fact that it has spent the "

Santa Pod ’67

Bikes Culture

"We've always had a soft spot for Santa Pod Raceway. So when we stumbled across these shots on The Selvedge Yard recently, we had to give you the heads up. RAF Podington had been disused since the 1950s - but "

250 SWB Ferrari

"We think the 250 SWB Ferrari has by far the most appealing rear end in the panoply of car design. The SWB is a byword for the sort of purposeful attitude that epitomised the first two decades of the Maranello dream "

Ken Okuyama Kode 9

Cars People

" Ken Kikoyuki Okuyama is a master of automotive penmanship. If you don't believe me - have a look at his most famous work. Yes - Okuyama-san is responsible, with employers Pininfarina, for the brutally outrageous pinnacle of Ferrari audacity - "

Audi A7 Driverless Car


"It’s 2015. So where can we get a Marty McFly style Hoverboard?  According to the film they should be a part of everyday life by now. But, fake videos apart, they remain elusive. Yet when it comes to the driverless "

Lamborghini Miura Jota.


"images courtesy RM Auctions OK, so the Miura was badass. But it was no racing car. Enter the Jota. But even though it was designed explicitly as a street-going car, the Miura could still handedly keep up with many of "

Sideburn Art

Cars Bikes Culture

"Our friends and colleagues over at Sideburn Magazine are going from strength to strength. As some of the leading purveyors of automotive culture in print - they are putting on sale some lovely hi quality prints from the production of "

Car Crush: Maserati Karif


"You have to love Maserati. Their old naming protocol, anyway. Take the Karif, for example. According to the webs the car was named after the wind which blows South West across the Gulf of Aden at Berbera, Somalia. It doesn't "