Honda have just announced the super cute mid-engined S660 Concept, which previews at the forthcoming Tokyo Motor Show.
According to industry insiders it will go into production for the Japanese market in 2015 – though a more powerful version for "
"[caption id="attachment_29882" align="aligncenter" width="1000"] Strangely Citroen-like in side view[/caption]
It never ceases to amaze us. Giugiaro penned some incredibly cool cars. And many of them we STILL have never heard of, even after years of obsessing about "
"Take a look at these shots of the new Lamborghini Veneno.
Not sure how we missed this release a few months ago – but we're not exactly in the market, I suppose.
Despite its looks this isn’t a concept car "
"We could write a weighty tome on the Mercedes C-111's test-bed chops.
This has to be one of THE most influential cars of the late 20th century. The achievements of the last two iterations (pictured here), are gobsmacking.
"Gruppo Bertone was once the industry’s most sought after collaborator – a bit like an Elvis Costello of the motoring world.
The noble corrozeria has always been known for its cutting edge design and innovative approach - and is responsible "
"Images via Citroen
It's a surprising but verifiable fact (and not just via the webs) that in 1966, The Citroen Ami was France's best selling car. Sure it was rather grotesque; sure this was at a time when both the majestic "
"If you're of a certain age, you'll remember the sight and sound of the powder blue invalid tricycles that were once a common sight on our roads and at our football stadia. But do you know the story behind them?
"Growing up, I was surrounded by motorbikes all the time and from a very young age; my Mum would take me to local egg runs where there’d be convoys of biker after biker all donning their leather waistcoats and "
"There are famous explorers and adventurers we have all heard of, and we know their conquests and trips. Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Sir Edmund Hillary and Sir Michael Palin to name some, and when asked about their exploits and why they "
"You’ll find plenty of motoring journalists who are real professors of this subject. They love to get under the bonnet and tinker with the oily bits or thoroughly go through testing procedures point by point. Honestly, I admire them "