Carver One production kicks off
In 2003 the first exclusive series of hand-made Carvers was produced. Receiving rave reviews from the press and industry watchers worldwide, these first Carvers sold out in record time and were shipped to various enthusiastic owners throughout the world.
Tweaked and fine-tuned to perfection, the Carver One is now ready for global commercialisation. Production of the ... Read More
The CrossUP is a car that is perfect for a wide range of uses. Its variable suspension system and new tyres make it suited to any kind of road surface and fully adjustable to respond perfectly to any way you want to use your CrossUP. Its full extension is an impressive 25 cm, letting it take on an off-road ... Read More
Internationally recognized custom coachbuilder expands offerings to include officially licensed Shelby GT500CR continuation vehicles
Yukon, Okla. (Nov 3, 2009) â€“ Classic Recreations, a noted bespoke coachbuilder known for exotic Mustangsupercars that have been shipped all over the globe, has been granted a license by Carroll Shelby Licensing Inc. to build an iconic continuation car based on classic 1967 and 1968 ... Read More
The Concept Climax is the brainchild of three Coventry University Auto Design students. They believe thecurrent trend towards environmentally friendly vehicles does not have to include dull designs or small city cars. They have created a two-seater sports car that can run on ethanol fuel and offers performance figures similar to a Lotus Elise. Further enhancements include bringing F1 ... Read More
Connaught Motor Co. to Build First â€śGreenâ€ť Performance Coupe
LLANELLI, WALES, UK, March 29, 2007-Connaught Motor Co. announced today that it will build the worldâ€™s first green, high performance hybrid sports coupe at a new plant in southwest Wales. The company is also relocating its entire R&D division to a business incubator in Wales from England.
Production of the new car ... Read More
A project started 30 years agoâ€¦
The original idea was conceived by Ferruccio Covini in â€™74 and made provision for 10 inches front wheelsbecause there where no low profile tyres at the time. The project was ditched in favour of the Soleadoprototype, deemed more important, and lay dormant until the 80s when hydro-pneumatic suspension for the four front wheels where ... Read More
For a moment, we imagine ourselves back in the late 1950â€˛s/early 1960â€˛s â€“ the hay day of motorcar racing â€“ before computers â€“ when cars were built by visionaries and artists, focused singularly on making their mark in the history books by building something that is faster, more resilient, more maneuverable than anyone before.
Before huge dollars and huge technology ... Read More