The budget is $10k-ish. The deal is that my parents will buy me a car in May for me to use for the summer, in which they/I sell it at the end of August. I’m going to pay the difference in buy/sell price.
If any of you follow Spike Feresten on Instagram, you may have seen some pictures taken at the Malibu Kitchen & Gourmet Country Market. Some pics are here:
Bugatti Beverly Hills currently has the debut Chiron from Geneva so I stopped by and checked it out. They said there is only one other Chiron in the world at the moment and that they already sold out a while ago.
The A6 starts at $46k. The A7 starts at $68k. Is the extra storage space and stunning good looks worth a twenty-thousand dollar premium? Are the two even comparable? If you had enough money for either, and it was your money, which would you take?
Almost everyone I talk to says it as one syllable, but sometimes I hear it pronounced like “Porsché” with two syllables.
That weird looking word in the title allegedly means “air-cooled” in German. There was a gathering of many air-cooled Porsches in LA this morning. Jerry Seinfeld was there (sadly I didn’t see him myself). Here are some pics:
I’m not saying it’s the 308 but . . . Well no, that’s exactly what I’m saying.
Tavarish’s post today of the Bugatti Cougar left me to wonder: would you ever buy a replica car?
The release of Aston’s newest GT left me with the question, which Aston since ~2000 is the best looking? A simple question but certainly not a simple answer.
I walked around Beverly Hills today. I took some pictures.
Complete hypothetical question here. You’re driving cross country across the USA and you can pick any car. Which would you choose? And let me emphasis that I don’t just mean the most comfortable cruiser within a budget. I mean any car. Ferrari F40? Morgan 3-Wheeler? Mercedes G63 AMG 6x6?
I mean both the 2011 one (pic above) and the 2016 one (pic below). Is it a beautiful limited edition that is the best version of the Boxster to ever leave Zuffenhausen, or an overpriced Boxster with some ungainly humps in the rear? Classic or pathetic? Special or a marketing scam?
My dad has owned a 2000 Toyota MR2 Spyder for the past eight years. He absolutely loves the thing: mid-engined, manual, reliable as hell. However he is looking for a big upgrade. Price range is $50K-100K, and he wants something that shares some of the great qualities of the MR2. He wants something sporty and with a…
I took this pic over the summer when I visited Zuffenhausen. As you could tell, the quick subway ride from central Stuttgart was well worth it.
Have you always wanted to enter the world of Lamborghini ownership but just couldn’t stomach the six-digit price tag? Look no longer! For what I assume can be had for the price of a new 3-Series, you could have one of the most powerful, fastest, and V12-est cars on the road. Just look at it!
Heat sink? Bug grinder? LAZZZZERZZZ?!?!
In honor of the blood moon tonight, I propose the question: which individual car looks best IN RED? I think the DBS pulls it off damn well. Post pics of what you think looks the greatest in the crimson/cardinal/lava color!
You just got three-hundred thousand dollars. Got wicked lucky on a scratch ticket. Second grandfather twice removed entitled you to the money in his will. Find it with a metal detector on the beach. I dunno. But what I do know is that you need a supercar. Which one?
So I was poking around the Toyota USA website just now and noticed this. I understand that the Land Cruiser has a very strong history of a hyper reliable, world conquering SUV, but I struggle to understand the price difference between it and Toyota’s other massive SUV. Basically:
I am going to go out on a limb and say that the Murcielago SV is my favorite Lamborghini ever made. Yes, it’s four wheel drive. Yes, it’s an auto gearbox. But I am simply obsessed with how the guys in Santa Bolognesa went batshit insane on such a beautiful, timeless design. The front splitter. The rear splitter. That…