There’s something about a supercar concept that always gives me the chills. Could you imagine being there when legends like the Ford GT, Ferrari F40, Lamborghini Miura or Audi Quattro were born? Nowadays, we get to taste them at incredible events, such as the Geneva Motor Show,
MTM started off with an Audi S8 and, after some serious modifications, ended up showing off the MTM Audi S8 Talladega R at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. Some of you might remember the MTM S8 Talladega S, which popped up at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show; by comparison, the
The Mazda RX-Vision is anything but boring; with its fluid and futuristic design lines, I could stare at it for hours – and it still wouldn’t be enough to fully appreciate this beauty. The striking concept has instantly become desirable; it’s part of my Christmas shopping
To me, small cars are funny and worth thrashing around; beyond that, I do not understand their purpose. The Smart ForTwo is somewhat of an expensive toy, meant for urban living; however, its short wheelbase, rear-wheel-drive and firm suspensions might make this a possible fun machine – if you
Aston Martin DB11 added its unique touch of style to the Geneva show; even Andy Palmer, Aston Martin’s chief executive, considers this a special vehicle, possibly the most important car to be developed by the company, in its 103-year existence. The Aston Martin DB11 is set to go on sale this autumn
The Morgan 3 Wheeler is one of those British icons no one could ever forget about; nor that the people behind Morgan allows us to. The fun 3-wheeler usually comes with a 1,989 cc V-twin motorcycle engine, a low weight curb and 0 to 62 mph (100 km/h) in seconds –
The 86th Geneva Motor Show saw a tiny flicker of hope that the Pininfarina name might rule the world, once more. Pininfarina and GreenGT collaborated, only to develop this amazing-looking H2 Speed concept, imagined as a hydrogen-powered race car. The name of the concept is self-explanatory, for all of you who haven’t skipped
Lamborghini dropped everyone’s jaw at Geneva, with their latest release – part of a wonderful celebration. The Lamborghini Centenario marks 100 years since company founder Ferruccio was born, a good of a reason as any for us to enjoy yet an amazing design by the famous Italian car manufacturer.