Lunaz Aston Martin DB6 EV

Lunaz turns 1960s Aston Martin DB6 into electric sportscar for more than US$1 million

With the latest James Bond movie being in the news as it is about to be released worldwide, there is more than usual awareness of Aston Martin which has a number of cars used in the movie ‘No Time to Die’. The carmaker has been publicising its association with the secret agent for decades and […]

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1911 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost does London-Edinburgh run again after 110 years

Today, a drive from London to Edinburgh, a distance of 650+ kms, takes between 7 and 8 hours (according to Google Maps). That’s on smooth and mostly straight motorway and keeping to the speed limit which is 70 mph (113 km/h). But 110 years ago, a drive would have certainly taken longer without motorways and […]

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1960 BMW 700 Coupe

Regas Premium Auto has a BMW 700 Coupe in its showroom

BMW has long been associated with sporty cars and even its well known advertising line – The Ultimate Driving Machine – emphasises that. To give the young generation an idea of how sporty BMWs were like in its earlier years, Regas Premium Auto is displaying a BMW 700 Coupe at the new Heritage section in […]

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Electrogenic 1971-2021 Citroen DS EV

Electrogenic gives the iconic Citroen DS a new 21st century ‘heart’

The Citroen DS is one of the legendary design icons of 20th century automobiles. Its sharp futuristic design was unlike other cars that were on sale in 1955, the year it was launched at the Paris Motor Show. Besides the design – which had children referring to its as the ‘spaceship car’ – it was […]

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Video: Beautifully Restored 1969 Alfa Romeo 1750 GTV Driven!

There’s something truly romantic about driving classic Italians. Get behind the wheel and almost immediately it feels like there’s an orchestra playing in your head. Something along the likes of Luciano Pavarotti enthralling you his best operatic performance. Or Nino Rota serenading you with the theme to ‘The Godfather’. There’s just something other wordly about […]

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Jaguar’s Series III V12 E-type reproduced by Building the Legend Limited

Throughout the history of the automobile, there have been many iconic models with designs that even today remain special. The Jaguar E-Type is one of them and various companies have restored original units for collectors, if not themselves. There are also companies which build reinterpretations of the famous Jaguar sportscar. Limited production of a legend […]

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Alfa Romeo Duetto – the Italian Spider that seduced Hollywood

The Alfa Romeo Duetto enjoyed the longest ever lifetime of any Alfa Romeo model, seeing four generations and more than 124,000 examples produced over 28 years. And though it was the product of a famous Italian brand, the model actually had its roots in America, where it also seduced the Hollywood set. Max Edwin Hoffman, […]

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Lamborghini Countach

50 years ago – launch of the Lamborghini Countach

Although the North American International Auto Show has typically been held in January, it is the Geneva International Motor Show in March which has traditionally been considered the first major international motorshow for the year. The event often sees exotic and futuristic models being displayed and 50 years ago, the undisputed highlight was the Countach […]

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2022 Jaguar E-Type 60 Edition

First pair of Jaguar E-type 60 Collection cars completed

Following its announcement of the project 7 months ago, Jaguar Classic has completed its first matched pair of E-type 60 Collection cars, revealing full specifications for the 12 expertly restored and sympathetically uprated units of the 3.8-litre E-type model. The two cars have been unveiled in time for the 60th anniversary of the iconic British […]

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