Fardees Rezvani, founder of the Californian sports-car start-up Rezvani, started his company with the goal of creating a car that could deliver to its driver the same sensation as piloting a fighter jet.
The 2015 BMW X4, which debuted at the New York International Auto Show in late April, is based on the taller X3 SUV but has a silhouette similar to that of the X6 “Sport Activity Coupe”—a term coined by the German carmaker to connote the crossover SUV’s coupe-like curves and performance.
The Morgan Roadster is back, after being absent from the U.S. market since early 2006, when it became too complicated for the car’s boutique British builder to comply with this country’s federal crash standards.
Held two weeks in advance of the famed Formula 1 Grand Prix of Monaco, RM Auctions’ May 10 sale in Monaco brings a diverse selection of classic automobiles to the block, along with several non-vehicle lots with historic significance to the principality.
On May 17, at the second annual Carroll Shelby Tribute and Car Show, auto fans and aficionados are invited to take part in a one-day public event honoring the iconic accomplishments of the legendary racer and carmaker Carroll Shelby.
In less than a decade, the Turin, Italy, custom car builder Studiotorino has developed an impressive stable of revamped automobiles, including ones based on vehicles from Mercedes-Benz, Maserati, and Fiat.