2017 Articles #Stelvio Automotive


The current Nissan GT-R (R35) is now 10 years old. It has pushed boundaries beyond the known realms of ‘everyday’ supercars and been a storming success for the company. Today, Stelvio Automotive takes a look at the early representations of its successor, the R36, due in 2020. By Sean Smith

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In 1992 (great year) Jaguar created what would be the fastest road car ever; but it was called a failure. Volume 2 of Stelvio Retrospective looks at the turbo charged whirlwind that was the Jaguar XJ220. By Sean Smith

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While F1 adds the ‘halo’, Europe condemns internal combustion and Porsche tries to murder the WEC; its IndyCar and the Land of the Free which shows what it means to be a true motorsport. Stelvio Automotive looks at the new DW12 in all its beauty. By Sean Smith

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As part of a new series, Stelvio Automotive looks back at highlights in history away from the headlines; the stories that a minority of a minority would barely remember. Volume 1 takes us back to 2009 and Spyker at the Le Mans 24hrs. By Sean Smith

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Last week we heard the official confirmation that Peugeot will be buying Vauxhall and Opel from the American giant, General Motors, a deal which will make PSA the second largest car group in Europe. Stelvio Automotive looks at how Peugeot turned around from near bankruptcy to this triumph in just a few years. By Sean Smith

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