Once the range-topper for the German brand’s family of saloons, the 1990 Audi V8 Quattro has fallen on hard times. Based on the Typ 44 platform of the lesser 100/200, the V8 featured all the bells and whistles that Audi could throw at it. Heated front and rear leather seats, sunroof, electric mirrors, heated locks,… Continue reading 1990 Audi V8 Quattro
When the doors to the 1985 international motor show in Geneva were thrown open to the public, the spotlight fell on an all-new Volvo model. The Volvo 780 was an exclusive 2-door coupé. It was designed by Italian styling house Bertone, which was also responsible for production of these exceptional cars, having gained prior experience… Continue reading Bertone styled Volvo 780. Italian flair meets Swedish engineering.
It’s not often you get a second chance in life, but car enthusiast Keith has been reunited with his beloved Audi Coupe GT after nearly 30 years.
Forty years ago, Volvo turned perceptions of what its brand stood for upside down with the 262C.
The Saab 99 was a compact executive car produced by Saab from 1968 to 1984. It was manufactured both in Sweden and Finland. On 2 April 1964, Gudmund’s day in Sweden, after several years of planning, the Saab board started Project Gudmund. This was a project to develop a new and larger car to take… Continue reading Saab 99