It's been a while since we posted pics of an interesting concept from the past. But Alfa's Scighera is a fine example of a piece of imagineering from the 1990a that is up there with some of the most outragous "
Alfa's 155 V6 TI is a racing car that Alfa Corse raced in European touring car racing from from 1993 to 1996.
As you can see it's like the street-going 155 but just phatter, lower and generally more evil-looking.
The 155 has always been a "
"BATTISTA ‘PININ’ FARINA founded his company in May 1930. It was launched as a specialist coachbuilder for private customers and small production runs. Right from the start the company undertook commissions from major Italian manufacturers, and at the Paris motor show "
If you're even vaguely interested in car culture, you must have realised by now that Alfa Romeo has recently celebrated its Centenary. There's already been an acreage of coverage of stuff about the great marque, whose fortunes of late have "
"There’s a lot in a name. Especially for Alfisti. It was pronounced ‘duet-o-tanta’. The 2uettottanta was Pininfarina’s headline act of the Geneva Motor Show back in March 09.
The name, as well as being calculated to draw legions of "
"If you're thing is late period futurism: then there's little that can beat the Rainbow Concept by Bertone.
With a jangle of angular lines and a manually retractable folding roof, this format not only predates Ferrari's Italia 458 by a good "
"When standard ‘road-going’ spec isn’t enough…
The act of homologating a car is a scarce thing in modern racing. Back in the day though, it was a carmakers way of entering a motorsports series while giving designers and engineers "
"In 2018 Influx brought you more cars, bikes, people and culture than ever before.
What was your highlight?
We featured everything from home-built bikes in our VC London film, and completely bespoke cars like Charles dos Santos' V8-powered Nissan drift "
"The National Speedway Museum at Broxbourne is a surprising place. Set within Paradise Wildlife Park, a colourful animal sanctuary and family entertainment centre in the pretty countryside of Hertfordshire, there’s little to hint at the textured treasure trove that "
"If you’re a petrol head, chances are you’ve thought or even said this phrase aloud: “bring back the pop-up headlight!”. So why do die-hard car fans appreciate the pop-up headlight-form so much? I can only speak for myself, "