A common complaint about car design these days is that many have become bloated swollen iterations of their older versions and that they have lost much of what made their predecessors successful. Most of this size increase is due to the increases in safety regulations and chassis design, but there is one manufacturer who seems to be going in the opposite direction. I’m talking of course about Bugatti.
In today’s day and age we are truly inundated with advertisements. They are everywhere you look and from ad blockers to our own ability to just tune them out, most ads are completely forgettable. There are a few however, that have captured our attention. They pull us away from our phones and cause us to stop a moment and connect and feel with what we’re seeing. Here are a few of the greatest automotive related advertisements of all time.
Change is coming whether you like it or not. That is just the bare reality of it. Electric cars ARE the way of the future. Many hardline petrol heads refuse to accept anything other than the supremacy of the internal combustion engine, but the electric future will not be full of amorphous blobs of batteries and poorly designed metal, but rather a renaissance of design and class.
Motorsport is so much more than just racing. It’s the passion and dedication that goes into it. It’s the desire to be the greatest and the willingness to sacrifice everything to get there. The raw emotion of defeat. The elation of victory. The storied past and the hope of the future yet to come. Nothing has ever captured this much like the video series Racing In Slow Motion.
Ten years ago the dumbest car thief ever decided to steal a modified R32 Skyline GTR from an automotive enthusiast when pretending to take the car on a test drive. Although I am very late to this party, the story is just too good to not share.
If I told you that there was a 1981 Honda Accord Gasser that could do 0-60 in 2.7 seconds you’d probably think that it has some loud thumping V8 or a 2JZ powering it. Well you would be wrong. This particular Accord has a little something special under the hood, electricity.