Cannonball Run’s Lamborghini Countach
It’s 40 years - Yes, 40 years – since the iconic Cannonball Run film hit theatres and cemented it’s place in automotive culture.Find out more
Today, the sunroof-sporting eight-seater minibus versions of Volkswagen’s iconic Kombi – known globally by the name ‘Samba’ – are especially coveted.
100 years have passed since Bentley's maiden race win, the winning car itself - known as EXP2 - returned to the famous Brooklands Racetrack in Surrey yesterday to lead a cavalcade of 3-litre Bentleys to celebrate.
Automobili Lamborghini is celebrating the 105th anniversary of the birth of its founder, Ferruccio Lamborghini.Find out more
Virtually no other model epitomises the sea change that Porsche underwent in the mid-1990s like the 911 Turbo from 1995.
The first reborn Jaguar E-Type 60 pair has been unveiled by the manufacturer on the 60th birthday of the iconic model.
On 8 March 1956, production started at the factory after an unbelievable construction period of just one year.
The first of the newly created engines for the historic Bentley Blower Continuation Series has fired into action on Bentley’s specially prepared factory testbed.
Not to be outdone by a swathe of reimagined classics that have become all the rage in recent years, Volvo-affiliated triple World Touring Car Champions, Cyan Racing, have now released one of their own. Behold the stunning Volvo P1800 Cyan.
Station wagon ‘Combi’ models are a firm part of the modern Škoda line-up: a tradition which began in the early 1960s. One lesser-known wagon, however, is Škoda’s prototype ‘Hajaja’, which was based on the utilitarian 1000 MB.
Raucous, raw, harsh, compromised: just some of the accusations leveled at Ferrari’s 351kW V8 F40 when it first surfaced in 1987.
A classic Aston Martin once owned by Peter Sellers – and with some screen-time of its own – was a highlight of this year’s Concours of Elegance event at Hampton Court Palace in London.
The supercharged ‘Blower’ Bentley is synonymous with pre-war racing in all its glory. And all its danger.
The classic Bentley you see here is in fact a recreation; a wholly rebuilt 1939 Corniche, which is the only example of the model ever made and once considered lost forever.
The 1967 Volvo 1800 S once owned by Sir Roger Moore and featured in television’s The Saint is set to be the star of the Volvo stand at the upcoming Techno-Classica car show in Germany.
This year Volkswagen is celebrating the 65th birthday of its elegant Karmann Ghia Type 14 Coupé.
It’s 30 years since Volvo embraced front-drive tech with a five-door family hatchback that veered from the Scandinavian manufacturer’s well-established blueprint.
A stunning example of one of the world’s most revered supercars has just been exhibited after a 13-month-long restoration project.