Audi R8 – The low-key supercar

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Imagine driving an exotic car to run your daily errands and then taking the same ride to attend dinner at an elegant restaurant. Can you have both the casual daily feel and the elegant, shiny touch at night in a single car, at a good price? Maybe!

Every enthusiast dreams of such a vehicle, but usually most such ideas carry too heavy a price tag. We have good news though! You do not have to look for a Ferrari or Continue Reading →

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How coronavirus has impacted the auto industry

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Throughout the years, many tough circumstances have affected the economy. However, COVID-19 might end up having the most widespread influence since the Cold War. This outbreak has presented us with truly a global challenge.

In today’s interconnected world, one industry’s shutdown can cause ripple effects on other sectors. For example, as a company that offers car shipping services, the state of the auto industry can affect us. In this post, let’s see how the pandemic has impacted the auto industry and ...

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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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Corsia’s car of the day: 1968 Ferrari 330 GTC

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What thought comes to mind when you hear “Ferrari”? Exclusivity, style, power… But never “bridging gaps”…

At the 1966 Geneva Motorshow, the world received Ferrari 330 GTC to fall in love with. The new grand tourer inherited the sophisticated flair of the 330 GT 2+2 and the power of 275 GT Berlinetta, thus connecting the best of two worlds. And it may just represent everything you adore about the Italian automaker.

The 330 GTC had the same transmission, steering, and suspension as ...

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Volvo P1800: The poor man’s Ferrari

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Today, let’s talk about the Volvo P1800. On the one hand, its Swedish origins don’t usually hint at supreme design. Not that Volvo makes ugly cars, but their reputation has more to do with safety. On the other hand, its styling can be traced back to Italy. What does this tell us then? Its aesthetics should be masterfully crafted!

That’s not all, though. The specific Volvo P1800 we transported through our classic car shipping services is a ...

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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: 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: 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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Famous movie cars you can afford

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There’s a plethora of memorable cars in movies. Vehicles that inspire a following, influence entire generations, and become a subject of every teenage boy’s dream.

Most of the cars from the Silver screen are out of reach for a lot of folks, with a price tag often equal to that of a house. But I’ve got good news for you. Some of these four-wheeled celebrities may be within the realm of your bank account.

In this post, I will share the 7 ...

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Porsche 911: The greatest sports car ever

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The first 911 model was released in 1963, at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Ever since it has held a special place in the hearts of car enthusiasts. Even though it has gone through several modifications through the years, the marque has always been successful in leaving the model’s core concept intact. In spite of all the innovations, the identity and philosophy of Porsche remained the same.

The 911’s worldwide popularity is an undeniable fact. In 2015, the American magazine for car ...

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