Having a ride in my GTV6
The Autodelta Brera J5 3.2 C (C stands for “Compressore”) is a cutting-edge blend of Italian fashion and the pursuit of ultimate performance through advanced technology. It redefines Autodelta’s never-ending quest to draw the maximum dynamics and driving pleasure from Alfa Romeo’s exciting production models, and is the culmination of more than a year’s intense research and development as well as hard work and innovative thinking put into application.… Continue reading
What’s better than pictures of a coachbuilt Italian exotic? Why, more pictures of a coachbuilt Italian exotic, of course! And in that vein, the sheet-metal masters at Zagato have graced us with a slew of additional images of their latest creation, based on the Maserati GranSport.
These images come direct to you from the grounds of the Villa d’Este, the glitzy annual concours d’elegance where Zagato has unveiled previous specials like the Ferrari 575 GTZ – so don’t be surprised if the picturesque scenery is a familiar backdrop.… Continue reading
Alfa Romeo Spring 2000 “My shoes,please…”
Alfa Romeo enthusiasts’ attention worldwide has over the last year has been firmly focused on the “new breed” of exciting Alfa Romeo models. And at the same time the attention of Autodelta’s design and engineering team has been on working through the rapidly-growing order book for the new 340bhp Autodelta Brera J5 3.2 C, as well as finalizing bespoke high-performance versions of the 159, 159 Sportwagon and Spider to be added to the range this year.… Continue reading
29 more horsepower
With the 159 and the 159 Sportwagon Alfa Romeo has placed in the middle-class car market a, in optic and technique, refined successor of the successful model 156. The new design of this Italian provides with admiration looks, which are unusual in this segment.
The Novitec aerodynamic parts for the 159 emphasizes the chassis line, the suspension, adjustable in height and hardness and the new multi-pieces, forged 20” N9 rims make the dynamic appearance perfect.… Continue reading
Preparation for the production of the new Porsche model series Panamera is running at high speed: Today, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Stuttgart celebrated its topping out ceremony for the further expansion of its Leipzig plant. Among those present included German Federal Minister of Transport Wolfgang Tiefensee, the Minister President of Saxony Georg Milbradt, Leipzig’s mayor Burkhard Jung and the Porsche Executive Board member Michael Macht as well as 300 guests and construction workers who together placed a garland on the roof of the new Panamera production facilities.… Continue reading
Last year, a pair of series-built Porsche Cayennes that were further modified by the customers who purchased them drove to victory in the 10,000km-long Transsyberia Rally. Spurred on by the success shown by those two cars, Porsche has built a small production run of at least twenty-six 2007 Cayenne S Transsyberia SUVs, all of which will compete in the 2007 rally.… Continue reading