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Icon: The Lamborghini Diablo

Icon: The Lamborghini Diablo

The Lamborghini Diablo, a car that adorned the walls in poster form of many 90's kids.  A car that still is a show-stopper, 20 years after it ceased production.  A car that was so outrageous for it's time (and still is), deserves a centerfold in our digital magazine.

By Bradley Iger | September 06, 2022
Consulier GTP – One Man, One Supercar Vision

The Consulier is one of those ahead-of-its-time stories. Built between 1985 and 1993, the GTP had the specs, the street cred of a supercar.

By Bradley Iger | August 10, 2022
Tesla Hasn’t Conquered the World

Tesla does indeed dominate the US market for EVs, however it's not the same everywhere around the world.  And we have to assume that their market share in the US will dwindle once the major OEMs continue to broaden their EV model lineup in the coming years:

By Bradley Iger | September 28, 2022


Progress Report: Driveless Cars

The current popular line of thinking dictates that soon, and in a fairly sudden paradigm shift, driveless cars will be among us, carting us from place to place with little or no input from the driver, a la the Google car. The reality of driveless car technology is that most of its implementation will likely be rolled out gradually through embedded features on your everyday vehicle which will provide different aspects of driving assistance. You might not realize it, but some of the fledgling steps of this technology can probably already be found in your current daily driver.

By Bradley Iger | February 11, 2014
Gallery: RevoZport A45 AMG

American fans of the CLA45 AMG who are longing for a 5-door hatchback version in the States may want to avert their eyes. What you see here is the A45 AMG which is, unfortunately, only available across the pond.

By Winding Road Staff | February 04, 2014
Racecar Profile: TMG GT86 CS-V3

Based on the MX5-fighting Toyota GT86 production car (or Scion FRS if you’re in the States) the GT86 CS-V3 offers a capable and affordable turnkey option for would-be private racing teams. Initially developed for V3 class in VLN, the GT86 CS-V3 is also eligible for any production-based class, giving potential owners a wide range of racing options. With its immediate and unrestricted availability, the GT86 CS-V3 is also ready to hit the track without delay.

By Winding Road Staff | February 03, 2014
Gallery: Nine Amazing Ford GT40 Cutaways

Motorsport Retro brings us this amazing collection of Ford GT40 cutaways that showcase the complexity and timeless charm of the legendary GT40. Especially notable for its consecutive victories at the Le Mans 24 Hour between the years 1966 and 1969, the Ford GT40 continues to be remembered as one of the greatest racing cars of all time.

By Winding Road Staff | January 28, 2014
Gallery: 1994 Citroën ZX Rallye-Raid

The 1990s were marked by Citroën’s success in cross-country rallying, winning five consecutive constructors’ titles in the World Cup. After a promising start in 1990 (1st and 2nd place in the Baja Aragon with Vatanen and Ickx), the ZX rallye-raid prototypes established their credentials by chalking up several victories in 1991 and 1992. However, it was in 1993 that the marque established itself at the top of the championship, not relinquishing the title until after 1997.

By Winding Road Staff | January 28, 2014
Gallery: 1950 Aston Martin DB2

David Brown’s vision for a new Aston Martin truly came to life at the 1949 24 Hours of Le Mans with the debut of the DB2. It was far sportier in appearance than the first car of the Brown era, and more importantly, it featured W.O. Bentley’s 2.6-litre, twin-cam engine, which Aston had acquired with Brown’s purchase of Lagonda.

By Winding Road Staff | January 27, 2014
Overview: Jaguar F-Type Project 7

This is the overview page for the Jaguar F-Type Project 7. Rumors, news, reviews, road tests, specifications, videos, awards, and other relevant information will all be included here as they become available.

By Winding Road Staff | January 02, 2014
WR TV: 2015 Aston Martin V12 Vantage S – POV Track Test

As you may have previously seen, earlier this month Multimedia Editor Chris Amos got a chance to get up close and personal with the new Vantage S at Palm Beach International Raceway. No warm up laps here ladies and gentlemen – experience what it’s like to pilot a V12 Aston Martin at full song down the back straight at PBIR.

By Winding Road Staff | December 30, 2013


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