In 1988, the obsolete Opel Ascona was replaced by the Opel Vectra. The first generation of this now very popular car is usually denoted by the index “A”. The car immediately gained popularity among drivers and became the bestseller of the Opel brand. Creating Opel Vectra, designers paid great attention to the strength of the body. In addition, it has excellent anti-corrosion resistance.
Vectra A was produced with the bodies of a four-door sedan and a five-door hatchback with a transverse engine. Cars were offered with front-wheel or all-wheel drive. Continue reading
The Honda Stream debuted in Japan in 2000, and in less than a year the model was introduced in Europe. According to the creators, Stream was supposed to fill the gap that formed after the Shuttle and Civic Aerodeck was discontinued. The compact seven-seater minivan is built on the elongated platform of the new Honda Civic.
Honda Stream – a new word in the class of monocabs, said this time by the Japanese manufacturer. Not yet a minivan, no longer a passenger car – Stream is balancing somewhere on the edge, offering customers the best features of both classes. The car combines the possibility of multipurpose use, ease of control and maneuverability. Continue reading
Ferrari with an index of 250 were produced from 1954 until the end of the 60s in numerous modifications, most of which were assembled “individually” or in very limited quantities. All the 250s were a 2-door rear-wheel drive coupe “berlinetta” with a hard (hardtop) or open (convertible) top and belonged to the GT class – Grand Tourismo, but in essence they were real supercars. The name of the model comes from the number of “cubes” (cm³) per cylinder – 250.
The production of the Ferrari 250 GT model with a three-liter engine from Gioacchino Colombo for more than a decade (until 1968) established for Ferrari the unofficial title of “master of the roads”. Up to 20 Continue reading