Around Christmas time I can't help but hanker after those simpler, more innocent times,. We reckon we got our passion for exotic vehicles from the untrammelled futurism of seventies children's TV
And renderings of cool vehicles were never more colourful "
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A skyrocketing star need a killer car.
And over the years various shots of legends of music, screen and stage have been photographed with their ride of choice. Each has added something to each's image.
It has worked for software and t-shirts, but could 'crowdsourcing' work for something as tangible as a motor car?
Massachusetts based enterprise Local Motors would certainly like us to think so.
In case you've never heard of it before crowdsourcing "
"Stare into the crystal ball. The motoring industry tugs us in two directions. On the one hand it fuses the heights of driving passion, design discernment and technological exactitude to produce the most dizzying hypercars of which we could ever "
Good looking girls have always been used to sell cars. But with the launch this week of Mito Jeans, the fields are confused. As well as raising money for Charity, the new brand of skin-tight denim modelled delectably by Alfa's "
Buying a new bulb for a headlamp yesterday in a well known chain of high street car part retailer we couldn't help but notice on the stack of Christmas-oriented kids stuff, a Ferrari 430 Scuderia in miniature, about big enough for "
"This is a one-off Lamborghini-Zagato collab.
And don't let anyone tell you it's not a result of the oneupmanship that was riddled through the relationship between Ferruccio and il commendatore.
You've heard the story. The Lambo boss was upset at "
"Motoring brands don’t come much bigger than Harley-Davidson. In fact, brands in general don’t come much bigger than Harley-Davidson. It’s a name that transcends industries, cultures and the seven continents.
And probably Mars when we colonise it.
"Some car designers will forever be associated with one brand or have a style all of their own but the legendary Paul Bracq is not only a talented car designer but a sculptor, artist and even had a hand in "
"The nice people at Influx suggested earlier this year that they wanted three films off us.
One on minibuses, one on bubblecars and one on car detailers. Trying to find an interesting angle on minibuses was tough I’ll be "