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1967 Lamborghini Marzal Concept Car in Action! - 2.0L Inline-Six Start U...

Ferrari 512 S Modulo Pininfarina in Action!

Peugeot E-Legend Concept Driving on the Road & Overview @ Villa d'Este 2019

1200HP Austro-Daimler Bergmeister ADR 630 Shooting Grand | V...

BMW Garmisch: Einzelstück - Klassiker - Ur-5er - Villa d´Este

Ares Design Panther ProgettoUno - Start Up, Revs & Driving

La Voiture Noire | Villa d'Este 2019

Ares Design Panther ProgettoUno

BMW Garmisch Bertone Concept

“When I first heard that BMW wanted to recreate the BMW Garmisch, I was a bit surprised,” said Gandini in regard to his meeting with Adrian van Hooydonk in the summer of 2018. “Having seen the final car, it is hard for me to even distinguish it from the original.” “Building the BMW Garmisch for a second time gave us the opportunity to pay tribute to Mr. Gandini, recall one of his lesser-known cars and highlight Bertone’s stylistic influence on the evolution of BMW design,” said Adrian van Hooydonk, the senior vice president of the group’s design department. “For me, that alone was reason enough to do this project – filling in the gaps and completing BMW’s history.”

Lamborghini Azzurro Mexico Miura P400S | Villa d’Este

A special participant in the prestigious 2019 Concorso d'Eleganza of Villa d’Este (24-26 May) is the Miura P400 S (1971) that belonged to Little Tony, one of the most successful Italian singers of the ’60s. An enthusiast of motors and especially sports cars, he bought three Miuras, including the one in the blue Azzurro Mexico color with black interior, which will be competing at Villa d’Este in the class called “Baby You Can Drive My Car: Cars of the Music Stars”. Currently owned by an Italian collector, the car has been certified by Lamborghini Polo Storico. The P400 S chassis number #4797 was delivered on 2 March 1971 in the Republic of San Marino to Antonio Ciacci, known to the general public by his stage name, Little Tony. Though he was born in Tivoli (province of Rome), he had always been, at least officially, a citizen of San Marino. The car, however, was registered in Italy, with a Rome license plate, in May 1973. The car has been completely restored with the suppor