Subtlety is dead – long live the Giulia

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The reveal of the new Alfa Romeo Giulia was probably one of the most highly anticipated in recent years. Finally we would see a proper successor to the 159 – and a rear wheel drive one at that, we’d been told. In fact, a number of details about it had already found their way out into the public earlier; only not as to the way it would look. Continue reading Subtlety is dead – long live the Giulia

As if Citroën wasn’t a shadow of itself already

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While Citroën celebrates the 60th anniversary of the iconic DS, and continues to expand and brand the modern range of DS-models with one hand, they are cutting costs with the other. Which now seems to lead, rather ironically, to the scrapping of the hydropneumatic suspension that made the DS so famous in the first place. Continue reading As if Citroën wasn’t a shadow of itself already

Norway let its artists loose in the middle of nowhere

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In Norway, architecture has found its way out of the cities and into the countryside. From Jæren in the south to Varanger in the north, along national tourist roads, new architectural designs have emerged out of the challenging terrain to which the country has a long tradition of adapting its buildings. Continue reading Norway let its artists loose in the middle of nowhere

The new BMW Z4 in Estoril blue metallic

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Yes, that’s what it says on the press release. The new BMW Z4 in Estoril blue metallic. Even though I’m not here to advertise on behalf of the carmakers, I am a sucker for good PR-imagery, and in this discipline BMW are one of the best. You have to give them that. No overdone post processing, just plain good photography. Continue reading The new BMW Z4 in Estoril blue metallic