Corsia’s car of the day: Mercedes-Benz C111

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Mercedes-Benz C111 – an iconic supercar that never made it to an assembly line, an impossible dream for many an enthusiast.

Mercedes introduced its innovative concept car at the 1969 Frankfurt motor show. Nothing short of spectacular, the sleek and edgy C111 virtually stole the show and instantly became a dream for many. Rumor has it, the company received various blank checks from eager enthusiasts anxious to park the new Mercedes masterpiece in their driveway.

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Corsia’s car of the day: Ferrari 166 MM

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166 MM Touring Barchetta may not be the first Ferrari, but, undoubtedly, it is the car that put Enzo Ferrari’s company on the map of motorsport.

Launched in September of 1948 at the Turin Motor Show, 166 MM made the hearts of many enthusiasts roar with awe and admiration.

In April 1949, two feather-light and extremely dynamic barchettas scored first and second at the iconic Mille Miglia. Then Luigi Chinetti triumphed at Le Mans 24 Hours. And the ...

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Corsia’s car of the day: Lamborghini Espada

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Lamborghini Espada may not be the most attractive car on the planet, but when you see it, you cannot ignore it. It’s just one of these cars that you can’t stop staring at.

Espada was Lamborghini’s intent at creating a family Grand Touring car, designed to unlock your family’s spirit of adventure. Just imagine piercing through highways in a car, whose looks were inspired by the matador’s sword, marveling at the soundtrack of its revving V12. Not ...

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Driving the art: DiMora Vicci 6.2 Emperor

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No car enthusiast will ever say that vehicles are not art. Whether you enjoy classic cars for their history or their design, you know there is something special about them. Sadly, no one makes them like that anymore, right? Wrong!

As it turns out, a lot of people out there appreciate the vintage style of the 20s and 30s. Sure, it may not be practical in any sense of the word, but it is awesome nonetheless. Because of this, one company ...

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California’s Emissions Authority: Facts 

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On September 18th, the Trump administration formally revoked California’s emissions authority. According to Trump, safety and cost are the main reasons for the decision. It comes as part of the President’s plan to lower emission standards, before setting the 2025 targets on fuel efficiency levels.

The state of California has immediately reacted to this announcement by filing a lawsuit against President Trump. Twenty-three other states, as well as the cities of Los Angeles, New York, and the District of Columbia, have ...

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Corsia’s vehicle of the day: Amphicar

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If you’ve been trying to decide whether to buy a car or a boat, then Amphicar may just be the solution to your dilemma. The brainchild of Hanns Trippel and descendant of the military Schwimmwagen, Amphicar was the world’s first mass-produced amphibious vehicle.

In 1961, “The car that swims” made a splash at the 1961 New York Auto Show. And although the idea of the amphibious vehicle may have sounded fascinating, it was not enough to entice the American drivers. Between ...

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Corsia’s car of the day: 1960 Chevy Impala

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Under the motto “Space, Spirit, Splendor,” 1960 Chevy Impala received new features like an electric brake parking light, electric clock, and back-up lights. Cruise control and a six-way power seat were also among the newly added elements. Let’s not forget the “Speedminder” – a short-lived, but useful feature that would buzz when the driver exceeded a pre-set speed limit. The Chevy design team also replaced the flamboyant cats’-eyes-resembling tail lights with the more traditional round lenses.

The car has gone through ...

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Toyota Corolla: The most faithful car

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But what makes this car so reliable? Why millions of people worldwide consider it one of the most faithful cars? And what to do with your Corolla when moving?

In this short guide, we will answer all of these questions. But first, let us take a look at the history of this car.

During the mid-1960s, the needs of Japanese commuters were constantly changing. As Japan’s industry was rapidly expanding, the daily commuting time of Japanese consumers was increasing as well. People ...

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October 24, 1975 – DeLorean was founded

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On October 24, 1975, John DeLorean – a handsome engineer and automobile industry executive founded The DeLorean Motor Company (DMC). The company’s less-than-a-decade-history was anything but a smooth ride.

DMC went bankrupt in 1982, and the U.S. government charged its founder with cocaine trafficking (following trial, the court acquitted John DeLorean of all charges). The DMC’s only produced automobile ended up an underdog among sports/GT cars and received heavy critique for lack of power and practicality as ...

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Types of Auto Transport Carriers

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You will find two general types of auto transport trailers – open and enclosed. However, we have to further distinguish the various types of open and enclosed trailers. Below, we have a short guide to help you learn about the various trailers used for long and short distances.

The most widely used shipping service is open auto transport trailer. These trailers we often see on the road transport both new and used vehicles across the country. They are the standard vehicle ...

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