Lamborghini's long-awaited SUV will enter production this year - Roadshow Lamborghinis never officially committed to building a sport utility vehicle before but that changed this year. Its coming. The supercar manufacturer will start production on its first ever SUV later this year Digital Trends reports citing its interview with Stefano Domenicali Lamborghinis CEO. The chief executive not only confirmed its production he also confirmed itll be called the Urus a name you may remember…
1932 Daimler 40/50 Double Six Sport Saloon - Only 26 Double Sixes were built over the course of ten years, but this is the longest chassis built. The bodywork, designed by Captain H.R. Owen and fabricated by Martin Walter Ltd, turned enough heads to earn it a victory at the 1932 Eastbourne Concours d’Elegance. Perhaps it was ahead of its time, as it was named Best in Show at the Pebble Beach Concours some 67 years later.
Straight out of a Jetsons cartoon, get a load of this Citroen U55 Currus Cityrama tour bus that ruled the roads of Paris in the 1950s. It’s futuristic design was ahead of its time and turned heads wherever it went. No one had seen anything like it before and even today this retro bus looks like something that landed from outer space.
The world record for a car at auction was smashed this month when a 1954 Mercedes W196 F1 Silver Arrow sold for nearly US$30 million, doubling the previous record. This car won the 1954 German GP at Nürburgring driven by Fangio on debut, and is the only post-war Silver Arrow in private hands.