Driving the Mercedes AMG GT-C down a cypress-lined Tuscan road

The old SLS AMG was mad. It was powered by a 6.2-litre naturally aspirated V8, putting out 571 hp and it weighed, when all is said and done, about a million tons. In theory, the SLS would do zero-to-sixty in 3.7 seconds but the truth is you’d never get to sixty, because you’d be facing … More Driving the Mercedes AMG GT-C down a cypress-lined Tuscan road

The Ferrari Roma is a lot better than I thought it would be

In the 1980s, my hometown used to be the third wealthiest city in Italy and expensive cars were selling like hot cakes. Then things changed and, well, it no longer is. However, there’s still a Ferrari dealership in town and I was finally able to get acquainted with the all-new Ferrari Roma. There were plans … More The Ferrari Roma is a lot better than I thought it would be

Parco Valentino: on the Verge of Becoming the World’s Biggest Car Show

The name is Salone Auto Torino del Parco Valentino, which is Italian for “Turin Car Show at the Parco Valentino”, but everybody calls it “Valentino”. It is named after the public park in central Turin in which it is held, it’s open to the public, it’s completely free and, this is what you want to … More Parco Valentino: on the Verge of Becoming the World’s Biggest Car Show

Flabbergasted Events → Geneva Pt.3 Ferrari 488 Pista

A while ago, an international, highly respected and well known car brand held a party to introduce its latest SUV. It was an amazing gig. It was held at an old train station in Florence, the first one ever constructed in the city and one of the oldest in Italy, which hasn’t actually been used … More Flabbergasted Events → Geneva Pt.3 Ferrari 488 Pista