In 1994, six vintage automobiles were acquired, restored, and painted white. Then, the artist Hiro Yamagata and about 20 assistants painted fanciful natural designs, based on photographs of nature. It was a mashup of Daimler and Gauguin. The series called “Earthly Paradise,” grew to about 20 cars, including the 1952 Mercedes-Benz Cabriolet 220A, currently bid to $225,900 on eBay.
2016 Mercedes-Benz GLE Class at the New York International Auto Show Were you just thinking that Mercedes-Benz could stand to expand its product lineup a bit? Perhaps with another SUV? Well then your prayers have been answered, as the new 2016 GLE Class is here at the New York International Auto Show strutting its stuff. […]
Buick Avenir Concept The Buick Avenir Concept could be the new flagship from Buick and it’s hot. This exquisite sedan was one of the biggest surprises of the 2015 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. The Avenir is a low-slung four-door with unmistakable rear-drive proportions and flagship presence. Buick explained that Avenir is […]
Now in its fifth year, the Legends of the Autobahn show brings together fans of German made automobiles during Pebble Beach Concours week. Amongst the many rows of shining German engineering, there were an overwhelming number of older Mercedes-Benz cars that made us pause and discover the many stories to be found. One classic Benz […]
In the world of supercars, rarer is better. In certain geographical locations where supercars are commoner than taxis, just knowing it’s unlikely you’ll see a car like yours down at the local shops is more important than Nürburgring lap times. So when a Porsche 918 or McLaren P1 is just a little too common for […]
Likes: Emissions Free Interior spaciousness Dislikes: COMAND telematics needs a refresh The manifestation of automotive mobility from earth’s precious oil resources to the state of electrification brings a spark of positivity to mankind, knowing there is a brighter future that allows humanity to rest on its laurels without the degradation and continuous destruction of the […]