There are some stunning pictures of Brigitte Bardot on all manner of motor vehicles, this shot of her on an early ’70s Yamaha two-stroke ticks all the right boxes though if I’m honest, I’d be more keen to move her aside and jump onto the bike. Those old two-strokes are fun.
The Motorized Monocycle is a vehicle design that’s been tossed around by nonconformist engineers since its inception in 1869, this is the first time that a company has been founded to produce and sell actual, functioning monocycles. And we love them.
The 1930 Bugatti Type 46 Coupé Superprofilée is a stunning motor car, the 46 was the “Baby Royale”, or the slightly smaller luxury car offered by Bugatti in the spirit of the Royale.
The Lotus Esprit Turbo was the quickest iteration of the iconic Giorgetto Giugiaro designed Esprit – remembered as one of his first wedge-shaped creations alongside the Porsche Tapiro, Bizzarrini Manta, Maserati Boomerang, and the BMW M1. The most famous Esprit, and arguably the car that put the model on the map, was the one used…