Watch a Ferrari broadside a tiny car

For all its wonders, Argentina is sorely lacking in interesting cars, and now there’s one less: last Thursday, a Ferrari 456 was destroyed in an accident in Buenos Aires. The moment of impact and its aftermath were captured by a security camera. » 6/15/11 9:30am 6/15/11 9:30am

When car art becomes ornithological menace

You have to look at Antonio Berni’s 1965 sculpture El pájaro amenazador (“Threatening Bird”) for a few seconds to realize that most of its non-organic elements are old car parts, like a steering wheel serving as weird, industrial diadem. » 3/18/11 11:00am 3/18/11 11:00am

The Amazing Secret Rooftop Test Track

In 1928, five years after Chrysler's current part-owners Fiat inaugurated their stunning Lingotto plant, Chrysler's Argentine distributors opened a magnificent building to assemble, test, sell... and race cars in Buenos Aires. We went to take a look at what remains. » 1/28/11 2:15pm 1/28/11 2:15pm