Alfa Romeos are known for being pleasing to nearly all the senses. They look great, feel great to drive, and also sound great. (They probably taste great too, honestly.) And the Alfa Romeo 8C Disco Volante, which showed up at the Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este this weekend, is no exception.
When we first saw the official shots of the Aston Martin CC100 Speedster, we knew it looked good. What we didn't know, however, was how it sounds. (It sounds awesome, of course.)
Solving the problem of compact-engine-bay-meets-huge-ass-American-engine, Giotto Bizzarrini’s solution is beautiful, brutish and eternal.
So Brad Pitt is set to play Steve McQueen in a biopic? Here’s the car he’ll have to master: McQueen’s 1963 Lusso. Some say it’s the most beautiful Ferrari ever built.
Liked our first drive of the new BMW Z4? Already rushing out to buy yours? Here’s a single sentence of advice for your new car.
The Ferrari 599 GTB seats only two, the 612 Scaglietti is big—but what if you have kids, dogs and elephant guns to carry? Enter the custom-built Quattroporte Bellagio, certainly not your daddy's station wagon.
Stile Bertone's Mantide now has a price and production run size: $2,000,000 and ten. Let's see if it's worth the 20× premium over its donor car: the Corvette ZR1.
Powerboats, well-dressed people and lots of red cars: here's our 35 best photos from this year’s Concorso d’Eleganza.
As the first day with Chrysler in bankruptcy dawns, let’s look at a mad car from an era when the automaker was set to conquer the very skies: the jet-powered Gilda coupé.
Old guys in polo shirts nurturing vintage Ferraris? Industry people showing off concepts which will never get built? What's the point? Not much: but it's a great way to spend a weekend in Italy.
Care for classic GT’s at full throttle? In between photographing the cars of the 2009 Concorso, we shot you some footage of various cars idling—or, in rare moments, at speed.
Not only did Aston’s new car win amongst prototypes at the Concorso d’Eleganza, it also managed to outclass the entire field with the sheer awesomeness of sound it could make.
We’re heading to Italy to report on this year’s Concorso: an event with the most beautiful automobiles on display, along with the essential paradox of the vintage car.
Now that Google Street View is trickling down the European highway system, it’s time to go on the prowl for fancy cars.
Remember the BMW M1 from the late 70's and early 80's? Sure, we all do — how could someone forget the only BMW mid-engined homologated racer? Well, for you fans of that MotorWorken hotness, we've got an exciting bit of news out of the Concorso d'Eleganza at Villa d'Este, an Italian gathering hosting precious metal…