Corsia’s car of the day: Lamborghini Diablo

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In January 1990, after four years of development, the world met Lamborghini Diablo. Originally the company commissioned Marcello Gandini, to whom we also owe Countach, Miura, and Espada, to work on the design.

However, Gandini’s concept was criticized for its sharp edges. The task was reassigned to a design team lead by Tom Gale, and Diablo, as we know it today, was conceived. As Jeremy Clarkson of Top Gear has described it, Diablo was designed “solely to ...

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Five famous car logos and stories behind them

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It’s no coincidence that today we see a raging bull on Lamborghini’s emblem, a T-shape on Tesla’s cars, or the three overlapping ellipses on Toyota’s vehicles. Knowing more about what stands behind these famous car logos will ultimately make us feel closer to our favorite brands.

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Audi goes back to 1899 when August Horch founded Horch & Cie in Cologne, Germany. As the story has it, Horch decided to leave the ...

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Corsia’s car of the day: BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage R

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BMW has given the world plenty of iconic cars – the quirky Isetta, exquisite RS 700, or the nearly perfect Z4 are just the tip of the iceberg. The German behemoth of automaking has won many hearts across the globe with its timeless, emotion-provoking designs and thrill-inducing performance.

Another model that gained an instant cult following was 3.0 CSL, also dubbed The Batmobile. The bat-like fins running along the top of the front ...

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Corsia’s car of the day: Galag TG-1

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Love it or loathe it! Galag TG-1 – brought to you by Team Galag, a group of wealthy car enthusiasts who prefer to keep a low-key profile and make it all about their cars. The team’s participants, who earned their fame driving in the infamous Gumball 3000 rally, come from the UK, US, Germany, and Saudi Arabia. That’s probably all the information you’ll be able to find about the Team Galag itself. So, truly not a bragging bunch.

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Corsia’s car of the day: Lykan Hypersport

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Lykan Hypersport hailed as the first Arab hypercar was conceived in 2007 in the form of a scetch. It took seven years to finally transform an idea into a drivable reality and introduce it to the world at the Qatar Motor Show.

Critics and enthusiasts alike received the car with equal amounts of fanfare and skepticism. The ambitious new player promised to challenge the legacy brands like Ferrari, Lamborghini, or Bugatti – a ...

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Corsia’s car of the day: Icona Vulcano Titanium

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Icona Vulcano Titanium. Brought to you from the heart of the Italian automotive know-how – Turin. The original brainchild of the Icona Design House, Vulcano Titanium is the fruit of collaboration between the brightest minds in the car industry.

“Inspiration for the Vulcano came from the world’s fastest plane, the Blackbird SR-71, whose sharp and dramatic silhouette complimenting its sensual surface transitions was key to the styling of the Vulcano” shared Samuel Chuffart, Icona Design Director. Ambitious!

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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.

But for the ...

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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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The cars Americans want that Europeans have

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This is why I find it fascinating that although cars dominate the scene, their kind varies from country to country. The Lada Zhiguli that we have transported from Europe makes this crystal clear. The model can be seen quite frequently in the Eastern parts of the Old Continent. Here in the States though? You can probably count them on your fingers!

Of course, you can expect that with vintage cars. We have some that Europeans want and ...

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Top ten fastest cars in the world

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The world is moving at a fast speed. We like to drive fast cars and ship them as fast as possible too. In the past, we have talked about driving fast cars around town, and shared our insight on why men get thrilled by the idea of speed.

Now it’s time we talk about the slick speedsters that make our hearts race. The ones that keep us awake at night. Ready to get to know the ...

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