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Filed under: Legislation and Policy, Europe/EU
Tragedy is a relative concept. Some would call it a tragedy that, while Italy makes some of the most desirable (and gas-guzzling) cars on the market, it also has some of the highest fuel prices in Europe…. Continue reading
Filed under: Budget, Europe, Government/Legal, Marketing/Advertising, Videos, Hatchback, Renault
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Some cars are unfairly derided as “chick cars,” like the Mini Cooper or the Mazda MX-5. Less so the Renault … Continue reading
Filed under: Motorsports, Government/Legal, Ferrari
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi (left) with Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo (right)
Some racing teams are just that – racing teams – and nothing more. Ferrari, however, serves as a nat… Continue reading
How much is too much? When it comes to Paganis, we doubt such a point exists – at least not in the company’s limited production run so far – but in any event, we’ve yet to find it.
Every year the company’s president, founder and namesake Horacio Pagani invites owners and friends to an annual gathering called “The Vanishing Point”, in apparent homage to the cult classic 1971 car flick. This year’s brought out an impressive array, including examples of the Zonda S, Zonda F and the ultra-exclusive Cinque edition, along with a handful of other supercars like a Ferrari Enzo and 599 GTB Fiorano, the new Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG and a Gulf-liveried Ford GT… plus a of Bentley, a Rolls-Royce and, picking up the rear, a Volkswagen van with a Zonda exhaust decal slapped on the back.
Unfortunately, the day was mired by rainy weather, but that didn’t stop the convoy from rumbling through the sleepy medieval town of Cividale del Friuli, where a handy-cam from Italansupercar.net was on hand to take in the sights. Follow the jump to check it out.