WOW…this is absolutely stunning! In Papaya Orange, the 2013 Audi RS4 (B8) spotted at Audi headquarters in Germany.
Photos courtesy of Fourtitude
The photos here have been REMOVED due to their unoriginal effects as I was informed by the photographer (Anke Luckmann). The ORIGINAL PHOTOS have now been uploaded into a new post, thanks to Ms. Anke Luckmann for sending me her original versions of these photos:
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I consider the Audi RS5 to be the ultimate manifestation of the germans trying to build a “muscle car”…..along with some of the Mercedes AMG line…….this is some great footage of an RS5 rolling through the desolate smooth roads in the desert—-almost reminds me of scenes from the film “Vanishing Point”!
No music or commentary to get in the way either! just the sweet sound of a V8!
Such a desirable car in that shape and in that form—i think the original A5/S5 already looked beautiful, but with a widened stance, fender flares, and those extra RS touches; it really gets its point across! Fantastic.
Smoking Shisha is a big part of middle eastern culture, and a very pleasurable manner in which to consume flavoured tobacco products. Porsche Design has always sold very nice lighters and pipes to discerning customers, and now they’ve added to the stable with a newly designed
bong water pipe! Very nice for what it is. Surely to be expensive i’m sure…
download the official Porsche Design Press PDF
One of the post-war cars developed in Germany,
loosely based on a VW Beetle platform (correction): upon further investigation, it seems that the most recent sole survivor was discovered with an older VW chassis transplant, however the original GP 700 Sport was based on an OEM original Borgward chassis design. —–with a LOT of design similarity to the Porsche 356 (also Beetle-based), the Goliath GP 700 Sport was built with lots of aluminium, and sported a mighty 36hp. The amount of parts that it actually shares with a VW is unclear, as it doesn’t use a rear-engined layout like the Beetle did. Very few of these cars exist (reportedly 3 are still in existence). Produced between 1950 and 1953, by Borgward. The car had Bosch Fuel Injection (!), front engined, front wheel drive, and a transversely mounted engine—-all revolutionary at the time and very unique.
Lots of information and photos here:
when it comes to supercars, it doesn’t get any cooler than the Lamborghini Espada…i like the details in this video…..this one is in particularly nice shape.
here’s another video. of an Espada on the TT circuit in in Assen.
Well i bought some superb Dunhill driving gloves last year, however i lost one of them; a true tragedy in my petrolhead bubbleworld.
So about6 months ago, being the Audi fanboy i am; i ordered a pair of Audi driving gloves through the Audi Collection. I really like them. Very soft and well made. $49.00
For you BMW fanboys, BMW is selling driving gloves as well, through their BMW Lifestyle section. They look pretty good. $40.00
Porsche Design has also come out with a set of driving gloves; they are clearly the flashiest and pose-y out of the bunch…but they look pretty good. $190.00
My favourite BMW of all time. GIVE ME ONE.
New video, very cool.
If the film “Vanishing Point” would have been filmed in a desolate european location, with a BMW 2002tii instead of a Dodge Challenger—-THIS is what it would have looked like…errr….maybe. Enjoy!