Bugatti EB 110 : flawed perfection

When the Italian industrialist Romano Artioli bought the rights to Bugatti in 1987, he saw things in a big way and launched the EB 110, one of the most powerful supercars of its time. Unfortunately, the efforts were not always rewarded. Read More

Ferrari F40, Enzo's last wish

The Ferrari F40, the manufacturer's technological showcase, celebrated its 40th anniversary with panache. This supercar also marked the beginning of a new era for the prancing horse firm after the death of its creator. Read More

Aston Martin DB5, 007's jewel

A few days before the release of the 25th instalment of the James Bond saga, "No Time To Die", we look back at the most iconic car in the career of Her Majesty's spy, the Aston Martin DB5. Read More

Jensen Interceptor: the 4x4 sportscar

Made in the UK, the Jensen Interceptor coupe combined British elegance and Italian styling with the fury of a big American V8 engine. A surprising but very pleasing combination. Read More

Ford GT40, Ford's revenge

Born out of Henry Ford II's frustration, the Ford GT40 went on to compete in the world's most prestigious races with the best drivers of the 1960s. Read More

VW anniversary display at the Franschhoek Motor Museum

For the 70th anniversary date of the first Volkswagen Beetle being produced in South Africa. Throughout August in Hall B, FMM recognised this achievement with a display of various iconic VW models – including the museum’s own 1952 – culminating in a VW-themed festival on August 28-29. “What an amazing weekend!” Read More

 

AC Ace : a foot in the door

AC's first all-new sports car after the Second World War, the Acea brought success to the small brand after a very long period of bad luck Read More

Range Rover, the aristocrat in boots

Chic, comfortable and versatile, the Range Rover has become an icon in its more than fifty-year career. Here's a look back at its first generation, the one that started the myth. Read More

BMW 507, the beautiful failure

Incredibly beautiful and equipped with state-of-the-art mechanics, the BMW 507 convertible had it all. Yet it was certainly the Bavarian firm's most resounding business failure. Read More

DeLorean DMC 12, the good wrong idea

When the former number 2 at General Motors decides to create his own brand and market what must be the best sports car of the moment, you think there is a good chance that the result will be convincing. But sometimes things don't go according to plan... Read More

Citroën Mehari: the all-rounder

Launched at the height of the "Flower Power" era, the Mehari is an extremely friendly and simplistic vehicle based on the 2CV, equally at home on the beach or in the countryside. Read More

Cobra Shelby, from darkness to light

In the early 1960s, racing driver Carroll Shelby had to face the fact that his heart problems were no longer compatible with his career. He then embarked on a career as a car tuner. Read More