Ferrari Purosangue SUV Confirmed, and 14 Other New Cars

Purr-oh-song-way, that’s how you pronounce the name of Ferrari’s new SUV, the Ferrari Purosangue.  That’s the name that was confirmed at a recent investor meeting, where the Italian supercar manufacturer also outlined its future product plans for the next generation, revealing that there will be in total, 15 new Ferraris … Read more

Porsche SA takes over Lamborghini SA distribution

For some time now, Lamborghini has been imported into and distributed throughout South Africa by the Imperial Group under the Imperial Collection moniker.  Imperial Collection were also responsible for the distribution of Lotus and Bentley – with the rights to the latter being acquired a year or so ago by … Read more

Audi introduces rear-wheel driven R8 RWS

When you think of major selling points of various performance brands, each has their own that they’re known for – correctly or not.  Think Audi Sport, and you’ll likely think understeer, or at the very least all-wheel drive.  The former would be a false assumption for the most part – … Read more

Video – Driving a 1978 BMW M1 (E26)

It’s not everyday you get offered the chance to drive a classic sports car.  It’s less often still that it’s one of 453 BMW M1s – a mid-engined supercar that started out life as a BMW/Lamborghini collaboration for a one-make racing series.  But this week wasn’t like every other week… … Read more

Farewell Gallardo – Lamborghini Gallardo Ceases Production:

Step back 10 years in time to the 2003 Geneva Motor Show and you may remember the reveal of the 1st ever Lamborghini Gallardo, boasting 369kW from a normally aspirated 5-litre V10, relayed to the ground via a robotized manual gearbox and permanent all-wheel drive.  Fast forward 10 years and 32 variations later and the final Gallardo, a Gallardo LP 570-4 Spyder Performante in Rosso Mars red, has rolled off the production line at Sant’Agata Bolognese.

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