Feathered Throttle were offered an Audi R8 for the morning this last weekend by our friends at Prestige Marques, all…
The interior of the latest (2017) Mercedes E-Class is spectacularly good. Disclaimer, I haven’t actually sat in one, so this…
This past week was the Paris Auto Show. We thought we’d go through some of the shows highlights and chip…
Today, however, there is a myriad of choices out there. Well, that is if your pockets are deep enough. We have super light, minimalistic options like the Arial Atom, lean Swedish witchcraft engineering in the form of the Koenigsegg One:1 and brute, yet luxurious options like the Bugatti Chiron and don’t even get us started on the electric wizardry from the holy trinity.
The previous Focus RS is now making a lot more sense to buy and hold onto over the long-term as a potential investment. When that car came out the general perception was that it was a once off crazy experiment, these arrived in fewer numbers which meant that they are more limited in SA and again we saw prices that were inconceivable for any Ford model offered in SA across all the segments really.
This blog post is about the Smart Forfour (the 1st generation, aka Gen 1) and no, I’m not gonna sign it off ‘more like the Dumb Forfour. Amirite?” My ten minutes of internet research has indicated that they are actually pretty good cars.
Saying a Ferrari, let alone its flagship hypercar is the cheapest car ever seems like a ridiculous notion and even though it’s on the internet, it simply can’t be true. Well it is, the 500 or so buyers who were afforded the opportunity to buy a LaFerrari essentially paid zero Dollars for it.
Oh no, sir, there are way more than a few other specs. To be precise, there are currently 14 variations of the 911 excluding the GT3, GT3 RS and 911 R. Yes you would be correct, there are 17 variations of the 911.
Already during my brief tenure at Feathered Throttle I’ve made reference to my dislike for BMW M cars, or rather my absolute belief that the AMG’S sh*t all over them.
The design of the rims is just not cool and doesn’t match the aesthetic of the brand. They are Lenasia after-market-chic, that’s a thing right?