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Secret Garage: Citroën BX 4TC

Back in the 80’s Citroen decided to step up to the WRC’s premier class with its BX 4TC

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The perfect sunday: Route with three 911 Turbo generations

Going out on a Sunday morning with friends to make a route with the cars is always fancy, and if you do with the most illustrious sports car in history even better. But if also is the flagship of the range, it already becomes a perfect plan: Route with the 911 turbo.

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Lamborghini Aventador S – One step beyond

Lamborghini has updated its flagship, with the launch in 2017 of the new Aventador S, which will replace the current model.

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Ferrari J50, the best tribute for the 50 years of the brand in Japan

Based on the model 488 Spyder, Ferrari wanted to pay homage to the 50 years of the brand in the country of the rising sun. The J50 thus becomes one […]

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Porsche Panamera 4S 2017:Porsche’s most luxury sedan reinvents itself

Few days ago we were able to enjoy thanks to Centre Porsche Andorra -Prestigi Automòbils- the new Porsche Panamera 4S.

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WRC 2017: The reborn of Group B era?

This year marks the 30th anniversary of the abolition of Group B, back in 1986. Group B cars were very powerful, lightweight and introduced important technical innovations to competition, such as […]

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Hypercar beater: Lotus 3-Eleven

Everybody dreams about owning an hypercar once in its life, but this is rather difficult due its price, that always is above 1M€. If you want hypercar performance for less than the 5% of the price of a LaFerrari / P 1 / 918 Spyder, you could have it, and is the worst nightmare of this holy trinity: The Lotus 3-Eleven.

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Secret Garage: The wolf in sheep’s clothing – Volkswagen Golf V8 “Artz” –

Imagine you are driving your Ferrari 512BB on the Autobahn at 210km/h and a “small” Golf Rabbit overtakes your piece of art from Maranello with astonishing facility. Then you feel completely sick until you realise that is a work from Guenter Artz, manager of the Nordstadt Company, a Volkswagen dealer in Hannover. Artz is known for raising many an eyebrow in 1973 with his one-of-a-kind Porsche Carrera-powered 200km/h VW Beetle.