Z Trophy 2022, French-Belgian edition

On Sunday morning, June 26th, the nature in the middle of the woods, not far from Brussels, woke up to the sound of the purring magnificent classic cars. They were all heading to the starting point for a new edition of the Z-Trophy. Read More

Opel GT, a bold step forward

With its false Chevrolet Corvette look, the Opel GT allowed the German carmaker to sell dreams for a few years while remaining very reasonable. Read More


Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Uhlenhaut Coupe record breaker

A 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Uhlenhaut Coupé from 1955 has been sold at auction for a record price of €135,000,000 to a private collector. The car, which is one of two created in 1955, has always been regarded as one of the great jewels of motoring history, but few ever imagined that it would be offered for sale. Read More

Ferrari vs Ford: There’s always two sides to a story

Car fan or not, you’ve most probably heard about the epic battle between in the ‘60s between Ford and Ferrari to win the prestigious Le Mans 24-hour endurance race. But what you probably haven’t heard or read about is the Ferrari vs Ford battle, the David vs Goliath angle of the story which for some unfathomable reason seems to have been conveniently glossed over in the intervening years. Read More

Tatra 603 : the Eastern Bloc anomaly

The Czechoslovakian company Tatra is known for its robust trucks and has produced a number of surprisingly designed cars. The 603 is certainly the best known of all. Read More

Nissan Figaro, so fashion !

In the early 90s, Nissan stepped out of its comfort zone with the Figaro, an adorable convertible with a distinctly retro look and interior treatment worthy of the finest luxury cars. A model that struck a chord with a trendy clientele. Read More

Citroën SM, the improbable blend

The result of the union of Citroën and Maserati, the SM shook up the codes of luxury for five years. Still as fascinating more than 50 years after its launch, it has the power to leave no one indifferent. Read More