Chevrolet Corvette C1 : difficult beginnings

An American answer to the success of British roadsters, the Chevrolet Corvette almost didn't survive due to lack of success in its early days. Fortunately, things turned out well for it a few years later. Read More

Triumph TR3 : the American dream

Still unknown on the American continent, the Triumph brand decided in the middle of the 1950s to play the game with the TR3. A delicate decision that changed the future of the company. Read More


Ford Mustang, the golden age of pony cars

To sell cars, you have to give the customer the impression that they are getting value for money. This is what Ford did with the Mustang, a sporty looking model aimed at children from the Baby Boom. Read More

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