We like rally-spec berlinettas. Something classic, incongruous about them. They remind us of the full blooded Stratos - and we think we've even seen a Ferrari or two don the spotlights with aplomb, right?
This year Lotus stepped into the "
‘Scura’ means 'dark' in Italian. Phantom black, light and tricked out in all sorts of track-specific goodies, this could be the Lotus that every young hooligan desires.
Contrasting high gloss ‘Phantom Black’ triple stripes run the length of the car "
In a little reprise of our recent Scandinavian theme, we felt the need to share with you an incredible picture of a rare moment of Volvo Air.
Imagine the momentum the driver of this 240 would have had to carry to "
"This beautiful camper was a fleeting street spot a couple of weeks ago.
But, luckily, we spotted the van static a couple of days ago and had a closer look. Apparently, this Dodge A-108 camper was a longer wheelbase version "
"Win limited edition Influx artwork and an Influx pen with Street Spots
Have you spotted a rare, eye-catching car or bike out on the road and want to share? Fancy showing off your amateur photography skills and getting your snaps "
"Lotus Elite 1974 (type 75)
This is the only Lotus I currently own. It's a pain to work on. It's not even a runner at the moment and I'm spending a fortune on repairing the fibreglass. In fact, it's sitting there in "
For some reason we missed this when it was released. Celebrating the beautiful classic that was the Berlinette - this outrageous, Veyronesque take on the Alpine 110 for a new century stikes us as French as Truffaut.
"Camp Jeep is a massive event for the Jeep Owners Group, drawing enthusiasts from all over the world. It is the European version of the Jeep get-togethers that are held across the United States, from Tennessee and Arizona to Maine "
"When you think of famous Premier League footballers and their treasure trove of fast and rare cars you don’t tend to think the vehicles they cherish the most might actually be… erm, the humble minivan.
But that’s the "
In recent years we've seen that phrase banded around quite a lot. It's a broad and annoying term that most petrol heads will have heard - or dare we say, maybe even uttered at one point or another during "