A couple of months ago, we brought you a rumour of a one-off Ferrari made to order for legendary guitarist Eric Clapton.
If you take a good look at the models that Peugeot offer here, there seems to be a particular segment not being represented. That's ok, Peugeot has announced the 301 - or what seems like a shrunken 508. There is a lot resting on the 301 - it is expected to become one of the French company's best selling vehicle worldwide.
The eyes of the automotive world might be gazing lustfully into the heritage-rich locale of Monte Carlo this weekend, but BMW has just lit up a flare from Italy.
Alfa Romeo is going to launch a new, lightweight Spider in 2015. And it's unthinkable that it will be anything other than excellent. How do we know? Because underneath, it will be the next-generation Mazda MX-5. But it will have Alfa's own body styling and engines.
ALREADY THINKING OF popping down to the hardware store for a hacksaw so you can remove an arm and leg for a new car?
You might think that after everyone laughed (rightly) at the 5 Series Gran Turismo (pictured above), the company would be wary of using the Gran Turismo badge again. But no, our friends in Bavaria will launch a 3 Series Gran Turismo in the middle of next year.
Volkswagen likes to reward the faithful GTI acolytes who flood to Austrias bonkers Worthersee tuning festival with some hot new metal each year, and 2012 is no exception.
LEGEND HAS IT that a Ferrari customer, one Italian industrialist who manufactured mechanised farm equipment, once cornered Enzo Ferrari himself to complain that his cars were “rubbish”. Furiously, the old man apparently told the customer, “You stick to making tractors, and leave the supercars to me,” or words to that effect.
Right, this one's rather embarrassing. Dude buys vastly expensive Lamborghini Gallardo. Dude tries to turn left. Dude invents his very own, very silly game of traffic Tetris.