I really like the new Ford Focus convertible.


I hope in a near future someone will take a Tesla S’ chassis and adapt it for the bodywork and interior of one of these Rolls-Royce Phantom. I would love to see that old lady go from 0 to 60 in less than four seconds. #porteavionnucleaire


descampsdavid hat auf deine Fotoserie geantwortet:

Speaking of unreliable luxury… #breakdownchic The…

The front and the back of the car do not look straight…

Given it’s an aristocratic British car, and it probably went to public school, I wouldn’t shock me a bit it would be gay (joke aside, the designer is supposed to have been inspired by Citroën DS).


Speaking of unreliable luxury… #breakdownchic

The final years of the Rover P6 coincided with production problems at British Leyland. This was highlighted in August 1975 when Drive, the magazine of the British Automobile Association awarded a trophy to a Rover 3500 as the worst new car in England. It reported that a Rover 3500 purchased in 1974 had covered 6,000 miles (9,600 kilometres) during its first six months, during which period it had consumed three engines, two gear boxes, two clutch housings and needed a complete new set of electrical cables. The car had spent 114 of its first 165 days in a workshop.


 Corniche in Fribourg