Triumph in Italy
Articles | Technical and tuning |
E-Fire, the electric Spitfire
Electric vehicles are a divisive topic among car enthusiasts, especially classic ones: for some, conversion to electric power is pure blasphemy, for others it is the only hope of being able to drive a classic car in the years to come. Someone has already tried his hand at this venture and tells all the details in this article.
Articles | Travels
The secret of happyness is made of just a few things: a car, a road and a destination. But the good ones. A GT6, the roads which climb the Appennini mountains from the Padana lowland and the castles in the provinces of Parma and PIacenza are definitely good, beyond any reasonable doubt.
Articles | Travels
The right road on the right car. You don't need anything else to make a holiday or a trip epic, as this short but intense article will prove.
Books | History |
Giovanni Michelotti. Una matita libera
In the car world there are names that sound unknown to the most, even to enthusiasts, due to the expressed desire to remain on the sidelines, to enjoy the creative freedom given by anonymity. Giovanni Michelotti was one of the most ingenious exponents of Italian design and the discretion, in his case, was intentional: this book, born by the will of his son Edgardo, finally does him justice.
Models | Stag
In 1965 Giovanni Michelotti asked to his friend Harry Webster, Standard-Triumph Director of Engineering & Development, to supply him a 2000 Mk1 to transform in a convertible to display at the forthcoming Turin Motor Show. Webster agreed on the understanding that he could keep this model-to-be for him. Michelotti's design was so appreciated that not only Triumph produced the convertible, but its styling affected the 2000 Mk2. Born to compete with Mercedes, the Stag suffered from overheating prob...
Documents | Sales brochures |
Triumph GT6 Mk3 (1970)
Brochure of the last version of the GT6.