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BMW Isetta - how the "Knutschkugel" conquered Germany

How does an egg-shaped vehicle only 2.28 m long fit in with the BMW brand? Definitely well, as the Bavarian carmaker showed in the 1950s with the BMW Isetta. This is still true today, because as a classic car the Isetta definitely has cult status and has a large fan base. Today we would like to introduce this probably most unusual BMW, which bears the affectionate nickname "Knutschkugel" (smooch ball). [...]

60 years Volvo P1800

Innovative safety technology, powerful engines and, above all, charisma are what a sports coupé must offer today to become a bestseller. In the far north, this feat was already achieved 60 years ago with the Volvo P1800. The Swedish car manufacturer supplied a brand icon in the style of an Italian Gran Turismo, which became a worldwide bestseller. The classic car has influenced the appearance of many Volvo cars to this day. [...]

Stutz Blackhawk - the most expensive car in America

With the revival of the American automobile brand Stutz at the end of the 1960s, the New York businessman James D. O'Donnell went all-in. The Blackhawk, a coupé introduced at the beginning of 1970, was the most expensive car in America. With an outstandingly luxurious interior, it was certain to get the attention of an exclusive clientele. [...]

BMW 3.0 CSL - its value is still rising!

In 1974 BMW gave the coupé of the E9 series wings. As a homologation model for motorsport, the BMW 3.0 CSL had already been on the road since 1971. But only its third implementation gained significantly more downforce thanks to spoilers that were exceptional for the time. Nowadays though, the sports coupé's spoilers are a cause for going sky high! The value of the car that is. Prices have increased significantly over the last few years now. [...]

Buick LeSabre - The craziest concept car of the 50s?

When the Buick LeSabre concept car was presented in 1951, it did not look like a regular car, but more like a fighter jet on wheels. Its resemblance to the American F-86 "Sabre" fighter plane was certainly intended. Although the extravagant appearance of this extremely important concept car of the 1950s was never realized, it certainly influenced automotive design in the early post-war period. [...]

The Lamborghini Espada - an affordable luxury sports car?

In 1968 Ferruccio Lamborghini introduced the new sports car Espada, which was produced until 1978. After the 350 GT/450 GT, the Miura and the Islero, it was the fourth sports car that was created by Lamborghini. Lamborghini itself was already a novelty on the sports car market, but its four-seater Espada as well. [...]

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