Tag Archive for: Diseño

Exploring the Legend: The First Generation Toyota Celica

It all began at the Tokyo Motor Show in October 1970, where this magnificent automobile made its dazzling debut alongside the Toyota Carina. From the very first moment, the Celica captivated with its bold design and focus on pure driving fun.…

Citroën’s best kept secret: the Incredible Citroën GS Camargue

Citroën, a brand that has distinguished itself for its boldness and creativity in the automotive world, has given us throughout its history authentic gems of engineering and design. Among them, the Citroën GS Camargue stands as an outstanding…
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Alfa Romeo Iguana and Lamborghini Flying Star: Two Forgotten Legends of the Automobile World

In the vibrant and exciting world of automotive design, there are prototypes that, despite their promise and potential, never make it to mass production glory. Two such notable examples are the Alfa Romeo Iguana and the Lamborghini Flying…
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Alfa Romeo Grand Prix, legendary sports car

Alfa Romeo's legacy in the world of motorsports is an illustrious one, marked by milestones of innovation and passion for speed. Among these, the Alfa Grand Prix stands out, a car that, despite not having officially competed, left an indelible…

ISO Lele: The classic Italian GT

The ISO Lele, or ISO Rivolta Lele, is a grand touring car produced by Italian automaker Iso Automoveicoli S.p.A. between 1969 and 1974. This elegant 2+2 filled the space between the Grifo and the Fidia, sharing its powertrain with its siblings.…

History of the Datsun Sports: A Sports Icon of the 1960s

The roar of classic engines, the elegance of roadsters and the fierce competition in the sports car scene of the 1960s give life to the legend of the Datsun Sports. Manufactured by Nissan under the Datsun Fairlady name in the Japanese and Australian…

Volvo 480 ES: A classic model that marked a before and an after.

The Volvo 480 ES, premiered at the 1986 Geneva Motor Show, marked a before and after in the history of the automotive industry. It was more than a debut for Volvo: this model became the first front-wheel drive car with a transverse engine produced…
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BMW E34 and Claus Luthe: Between design genius and family tragedy

Claus Johannes Luthe (8 December 1932 - 17 March 2008) was a leading German automotive designer, renowned for his work on iconic models such as the NSU Ro 80, Volkswagen K70 and numerous Audi and BMW vehicles. Luthe distinguished himself as…
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Deciphering the BMW E34 Production Codes: A Detailed Guide to the 5 Series E34

The BMW 5 Series, also known as the E34 Series, was introduced to the automotive market in 1987 and remained in production until 1996. During this decade, BMW set new standards for elegance, performance and technology in the automotive industry.…
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Ercole Spada: The Genius behind the BMW E34

If you're a classic car enthusiast, you've probably heard of the iconic BMW E34. But have you ever wondered who was behind the design of this legendary vehicle? Meet Ercole Spada, the Italian genius who left his mark on automotive history with…