The 105-metre superyacht Soar, designed by David Weiss, is inspired by the elegance of large birds of prey in flight. Its polished black steel hull features pointed shapes similar to a bird's head, while the internal and external structure takes its cue from their skeletons.
Soar is a fast cruiser powered by hydrogen fuel cells, with an estimated maximum speed of 30 knots.
The interior can be configured in different layout options and includes open areas for entertainment and gallery-like spaces for displaying modern art.
Aston Martin presented the new DB12 model, a super tourer coupe that breaks the mould compared to previous DBs.
For the first time, Aston Martin decided to rely solely on the twin-turbocharged V8 engine from Mercedes-AMG, with a power output of 680 hp and torque of 800 Nm. In addition, the car features electronically controlled suspension, electric power steering, an electronically controlled e-Diff rear differential, four-level ESP and an eight-speed automatic transmission with shortened final ratio.
The cabin features a new infotainment system, a 10.25-inch digital display and remote connection via the Aston Martin app. The coupe features a muscular and aggressive design with elements linked to the tradition of the British manufacturer.
The Opel Astra Electric, the electric version of the iconic Opel Astra sedan, has arrived on the market. Thanks to the synergies of the Stellantis Group, the Astra Electric has an output of 156 hp and 270 Nm of torque, allowing it to reach a top speed of 170 km/h.
With a declared range of 416 km according to the WLTP cycle, the 54 kWh battery can be recharged to 100 kW in just 30 minutes or using the 11 kW three-phase on-board charger.
A modern, high-tech interior, active ergonomic sports seats, 10-inch screens in the instrumentation and multimedia system and numerous driver assistance systems are part of the Astra Electric's innovations.
Ford Bronco, the car that represents off-road without limits, arrives in Italy with the 'Outer Banks' and 'Badlands' models.
The Bronco takes inspiration from the '66 model, but with state-of-the-art technology, a 335-horsepower EcoBoost V6 engine, and a high-strength boxed steel chassis.
The body has four doors with a modular hardtop and the doors can be removed in just eight minutes. The four-wheel drive system is a semi-permanent 4x4 with manual engagement, and the traction management system has six G.O.A.T. (Goes Over Any Type of Terrain) modes.
The Bronco is suitable for any type of terrain and has a fording capacity of 800 mm. The ride is comfortable, smooth and pleasant.
The Gumpert Apollo Intensa Emozione is one of the most extreme and exclusive hypercars on the planet. Its carbon-fibre bodywork and mind-blowing aerodynamics, with a rear wing capable of generating a force of 1350 kg at 300 km/h, make it a car capable of 'sticking' to the ceiling of a tunnel without falling off.
The 6.3-litre V12 engine, the product of Autotecnica Motori's Italian expertise, pushes the IE up to 780 bhp at 9000 rpm, which, combined with the six-speed Hewland transmission, delivers record-breaking performance.
The IE accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.7 seconds and reaches a top speed of 335 km/h.
To mark the 75th anniversary of Porsche and the 100th anniversary of Le Mans, the carmaker unveiled the Mission X, an electric hypercar that represents the future of the brand. The road car, with shapes inspired by current hypercars competing in the WEC, features a carbon monocoque and a body designed to maximise downforce.
With compact dimensions and an all-new Rocket Metallic colour scheme, the Mission X debuts the updated Porsche logo. Inside, the cabin is surrounded by a CFRP (Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer) exoskeleton and distinguished by differentiated upholstery colours and the presence of a dedicated timing and telemetry element.
Porsche envisions the Mission X as the road car capable of breaking the overall record on the Nürburgring's North Ring, thanks to its higher downforce and power-to-weight ratio of 1 kg/hp. Information on the powertrain is not yet known, but the batteries are located in the middle of the car, behind the seats.
Henrik Fisker and Bernhard Koehler can draw on a wealth of experience in car construction.
And it is no coincidence: Fisker, a Danish designer, worked for a long time for Aston Martin and BMW, while his German colleague Koehler worked for Ford. The two thus created the Latigo, and it was presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2005.
The technological basis for the Fisker Latigo is the BMW M6, the original form of which can now be seen with some difficulty.
But mismanagement was the cause of Fisker's failure.
The Maserati Zagato Mostro is a sports car produced by the Italian car manufacturer Maserati together with Zagato, a renowned atelier of design for luxury cars.
The main feature of this car is the distinctive design that makes it immediately recognizable among other sports cars. The front end, with its characteristic "V" grille, aerodynamic lines and gull-wing doors make it a work of art on four wheels.
The Maserati Zagato Mostro is a technologically advanced car, thanks to the presence of a 4.7-liter V8 engine with an output of 460 hp.
Driving in the rain can be a daunting experience for many drivers. Wet roads can be slippery and reduce visibility, making it difficult to manoeuvre the vehicle safely.
However, with the right techniques and mindset, you can stay safe and confident on the road, even in the wettest conditions.
By following these tips, you can drive safely on wet roads and reduce the risk of an accident. Here are six important recommendations to follow to avoid risking accidents.
The Porsche Carrera RSR 3.8 is a luxury sports car of the highest level that is part of the range of cars owned by the German car manufacturer Porsche. This car was designed and produced to compete in some of the most famous motorsport competitions including the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Carrera Panamericana.
The Porsche Carrera RSR 3.8 is powered by a very powerful engine that delivers an impressive 375 hp at 7,200 rpm and 365 Nm of torque.
This engine, of the boxster type, was mounted in a longitudinal rear position, which improved the car's stability and handling under the typical stresses of motor racing.
The Ascari FGT is an American car produced from 1995 to 2009 by Ascari Cars Limited, a company founded by racing driver Klaas Zwart.
The FGT, which stands for 'Functional Grand Tourer', was first presented at the Geneva Motor Show in 1995. It is a two-seater car with a 4.0-litre V8 mid-engine, produced by BMW.
Maximum power is 420 hp at 6,500 rpm and maximum torque 400 Nm at 4,000 rpm. The declared top speed is 320 km/h and acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h takes just 4.9 seconds.
Iconic, legendary, beautiful. The cars that have made the history of television are etched in the memory of entire generations.
From early cult TV series, such as Hazzard, The A-Team and Magnum P.I. to blockbuster movies such as Batman, Back to the Future and Ghostbusters, cars have always been a central part of visual culture.
In this collection we want to review a selection of the most legendary cars that have made the history of the small and big screen. Do you remember any of them? Definitely...