Tag: Monaco

By on March 2, 2018

Image: 1991 Jaguar XJR-15We’re having a Jaguar kick in the Rare Rides series, and by that I mean two cars in a row from the leaping cat.

Though most everyone’s heard of the XJ220, fewer are likely aware of its predecessor: the XJR-15. It’s not slow, it isn’t cheap, and it’s not luxurious.

You want it!

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By on June 5, 2012

After a very eventful April World Round-up, the Top 100 best-selling models worldwide over the First Quarter of 2012 and the Top 265 best-selling models in China in April, I have decided to go from huge to tiny, from mainstream to boutique, from… well you get it.

And this week I give you: Monaco! (Read More…)

By on July 3, 2011

To celebrate the nuptials of the Princess and the Prince of Monaco, here one of the Top Gear classics: Aston Martin DB9 against public transport.  London to Monte Carlo.  Who gets there first? Car or train? (Read More…)

By on June 25, 2011

When you are the ruler of the Principality of Monaco, as tiny (and tony) as it may be, you don’t have to worry about any indigenous auto manufacture. And when you  marry your lovely bride, you can pick any car you damn choose. For his upcoming nuptials with former South African Olympic swimmer Charlene Wittstock, Prince Albert of Monaco picked a Toyota. (Read More…)

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