Fiat Dinos, coupe and convertible that is! What a weird photo too….with 3 people standing on the top of old castle/building in the background. Are they dancing?
the original Lotus Europa was always a bit of an oddball, but so very unique and fascinating. Tiny, light, and quite a sharp handling car as all Lotuses are famous for—-the badge was resurrected in 2006/7 for a lackluster rebodied Lotus Elise they called the Europa—-a shame really, because the original had such immense character.
As you can probably tell already, IEDEI is quite fond of the new Audi A1 and really wants it to come to the US market, however recently i’ve found out that there is a VERY slim chance of the car making it over here. Pricing continues to be the issue, and Audi Of America seems skeptical that americans will pay $25k for a little hatchback. In my opinion, people regularly pay $25k for Minis all the time….so bring some over and try it!
Went to Waterfest, a big VW & Audi event held out in Englishtown, NJ—where to my surprise, i finally found a glimpse of the new Scirocco in the flesh! It’s a great design, very clean and low slung. Of course I would have preferred to see it without all the Forge stickers; but i’m not complaining. I wish VW would bring this over….
They also had the new MK6 GTI at the show, which also looked great—a big improvement on the slightly weird MK5 GTI. This, however, is surely coming to the US for around the same price as the last one. Looks great, i’m sure it’ll drive great.