"Lift the safety catch from the 'bomb release' starter, hear the massive twin cylinders detonate and choose your favourite destination."
Well, that's how the press release describes the starting procedure for the new Morgan Three-wheeler, and it's got us hooked. Along with these pics of the new machine, hot off the newswires today....
Two things have been around for a long time, Mercedes Benz and Performance Tuning. The two also share intertwined histories as companies such as AMG, Brabus, Renntech, and Lorinser were born and continue to adapt the latest technology to factory Benz models. There are hundreds of tuning companies and race shops throughout the country, but telling them apart can be difficult....Read More
You may have seen this glamour shot of the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 on some other auto sites today. We know a little bit about where it comes from, but are sworn to secrecy until Monday.
We know the image's owner, which is not Lamborghini, and he's given us permission to show Autoblog reader's the super crisp high-res version since a lesser quality version is already making its way around the Internet....
It's been a while since we heard anything from Ian McElroy. As you may recall, he's the twisted mind who came up with the notion of lodging a Subaru boxer four-cylinder between the rails of a motorcycle frame. Well, it appears that he's been a busy bee since showing off his first take on the Kickboxer Concept. McElroy has set about reimagining his creation with a diesel boxer lump at the heart of the action. The engine is still sourced from Fuji Heavy Industries, though it's both smaller and more efficient than the old gasoline lump....Read More
The Jaguar E-Type turns 50 this year, and we continue to pine for its classic lines to this day. Bo Zolland, a car designer from Sweden, is clearly also a fan of the iconic E-Type shape. Unlike most of us, though, he has the tools and skill to generate a vision of what the E-Type might look like were it to come back to life in the 21st century....Read More
Giorgetto Giuigiaro and his Italdesign studio have a long history of collaboration with the Volkswagen Group. In addition to having designed the original Golf and Scirocco, Guigiaro has penned a whole slew of showcars for the German automotive empire from the Volkswagen W12 concept to the numerous Seat designs, to say nothing of all the Lamborghini and Bugatti models over the years....Read More