"In our feature article ‘The Quiet Collaborator’ (Influx April Edition) we refer to the Saab 90 as a classic of the Oeuvre, and so it was.
But when you close your eyes and picture the perfect Saab, the Classic Saab, we’"
Of all the obscure cars from Scandinavia, the Saab Sonett is the most pretty and the most frustratingly elusive. As I remember there was a Sonnett 3 in a Top Trumps card game in the 1970s, but we at Influx towers "
"There are at least two key launches this year from Scandinavian manufacturers, and both of these are in the rather crowded 'premium saloon' segment.
After announcing their best first quarter for eighteen years, Volvo are throwing their hat in this "
"My headmistress had a Saab 96. In orange.
She was strange. An intellectual misfit. The sort of teacher you used to find in schools of the 1970s. A feminist when feminists were few and far between. Especially in East London. She "
"As a kid, I was obsessed with Saabs. There was something supremely left-field about them. Something that whispered of the alternative, the coldly exotic. And one of the main reasons for the obsession was that they were driven on the "
This amazingly trapezoid concept for Citroen was, apparently, designed by the mysterious personage of Trevor Fiore.
Now, we're not sure wether this fellow's real name was Trevor Frost, or wether the 'Fiore' was simply a nom de plume when designing "
Having been born and raised lusting after turbo Saabs and digging the legendary Viggen fighter planes that featured often in their ads, it's amazing at how such a ridiculous bit of brand mismanagement can destroy a symbol of innovative Scandinavian "
"40 years on from its launch and it’s obviously impossible to talk about this superb and great-looking sports car without homing in on its most unique and original feature; the Wankel rotary engine.
Designed by a German, Felix Wankel, the "
"Well, that’s the second edition of the House of Vans Assembly Chopper Show done and dusted for another year and what a show it was!
Bike enthusiasts from across the world – as far as America! – united at the House "
"Fear is essential. Fear keeps us from taking on life-threatening activities or endangering ourselves and others. The knowledge that actions have consequences – and knowledge of which consequences are best avoided at all costs – keeps us safe.
Fear keeps us away "
"Your first car isn’t really meant to be anything special. It’s a runabout, a box, something just to get you mobile in the initial period after obtaining that most precious of things - a driving license.
My friends "