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ramp #52 - Je ne sais quoi
In this issue
Exclusive: Design chief Achim Anscheidt on the Bugatti Bolide.
Is there still room for experimentation when an engine is revered as a work of art? We thought that was impossible - until the Bugatti Bolide appeared before us. A conversation with Achim Anscheidt, Director of Design at Bugatti, about art, consistency, and naming.
The Porsche Turbo and the Rolls-Royce Ghost in the Super-Super-Super-Test
»Living in a Ghost Town« sends its regards: Our author Wladimir Kaminer and editor-in-chief Michael Köckritz drove a Porsche Turbo and a Rolls-Royce Ghost through the ghost town of Berlin. A special tour-and a declaration of love for a metropolis devoid of people.
A McLaren for Mr. Molzer, please
For many years, our author Kurt Molzer had sworn off sports cars. Until our call came - and the McLaren 600LT Spider was waiting on his doorstep. That's how it can be.
The dangerous (and surprising) life of Leo Plank
If anyone is bursting with skills and stories, it's Leo Plank, a highly successful stuntman and precision driver. If you talk to him in detail, you will not only learn that he worked on »Resident Evil«, »The Tribute to Panem« or the new »Matrix« movie, but also that he co-invented the snowboard. Not something you usually stumble upon.
Absolutely amazing: the Lamborghini Countach
Fifty years ago, a super sports car was invented that still sets standards today, also in terms of pronunciation. We're talking about the Lamborghini Countach, of course, but also about Gerhard Berger and his Quattrovalvole with 5.2 liters and 455 hp.
Simon Kidston recommends three classics
What makes an automotive treasure? No one knows better than the Briton Simon Kidston, who has been running a consulting office for collectors of automotive rarities on Lake Geneva for around 15 years. We asked him how the world market will develop and which three vehicles he would advise. And yes, he still believes in the gullwing.
Power, chrome, and the philosopher Robert Pfaller
In his new book »The Flashing Weapons« the philosopher deals with the condition and effect of form, essence, and surface. With Susanne Hofbauer, editor-in-chief of »Autorevue,« he talked about automotive fascination, the longing for superiority that manifests itself on the SUV - and he told the story of his Alfa Romeo Spider 916.
Successfully, of course: Opel CEO Michael Lohscheller
Sometimes it's the pleasantly normal that becomes special. Especially when it is lived authentically and self-confidently. Especially in the current world of car brands, this kind of self-image becomes an appealing USP - with a serious competitive advantage. Opel is currently showing us how it can be done. A conversation with CEO Michael Lohscheller about tradition and innovation.