The Alfa Romeo Disco Volante pictured below was displayed at the Geneva Motor Show by coachbuilder Touring to provide a visual connection with the rare modern-day version of the car. Advertisements
Fiat’s Abarth division is displaying a 1964 695 SS at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. The car is celebrating its 50th anniversary and announcing a new, limited-edition model based on the 21st century 500 that is billed as the fastest regular-production member of Abarth’s current lineup.
Honda is showing off a 1964 RA271, the first race car it entered in a Formula One race. The car debuted at the 1964 German Grand Prix held on Germany’s famed Nürburgring track with American pilot Ronnie Bucknum at the wheel.
Alfa Romeo is showcasing a 1923 RL at the Geneva Motor Show. The RL is the first car to wear the iconic four-leaf clover that has been associated with the Milan-based automaker for over nine decades.
The Morgan Motor lineup would look right at home in post-WWII England. The firm’s catalog is largely made up of models that have been in more or less continuous production for several decades with only minor changes carried out to the exterior. The story is different under the hood, where carburetors and ignition coils were …
Mazda is displaying a like-new 1989 MX-5 Miata at this year’s edition of the Geneva Motor Show to celebrate the roadster’s 25th anniversary. The specially-outfitted roadster is painted in an attractive shade of green reminiscent of British Racing Green and the interior features tan leather upholstery as well as a wooden Nardi steering wheel. Rally-inspired …
Mitsubishi is displaying a 1974 Lancer 1600GSR at the 84th edition of the Geneva Motor Show. Showcased next to a rally-going Outlander, the Lancer rose to international fame when it won the challenging Safari Rally in 1974 and 1976.