The ST205 Celica, enthusiast talk for the sixth-gen Toyota Celica had big shoes to fill. Its processor, the ST185 had a plethora of WRC titles under its belt. The bug-eyed Celica and TTE- Toyota Team Europe had their work cut out for them, and they delivered.
With the world acquiring a knack for anything and everything retro, we turn back the clock to 1995, with Johnny Shah’s EP82 starlet GT.
Honda seemed to have missed the memo of the directive by the Japanese government in 1955 for a "people's car" and debuted the Honda S360 almost a decade later, follow in succession by the s500 and s800. Turns out, a drop-dead 360cc chain-driven roadster was exactly the genesis Honda looked-for.
The red TRD pro-esque 2005 Hilux came to be an adventitious decision by Fahmid Ishtiaque Ahmed, as he wanted to fish for something unique in a sea of numerous Defender and Patrol builds. This sweet 4x4 is indeed greater than the sum of its parts. I am sure Marty McFly would be proud.
Tokyo Hippari nights in Dhaka feat. a lowered, flared old Corolla
I remember my brief (and first) encounter with a rx8 and recall being bewildered by its suicide doors.
If you have seen our feature on the Tesla Model S P100D a couple of weeks ago, you’d know what an insanely capable zero-fuel-drinking, no noise
Few things motivate me to wake up at 7 AM on a Friday. It only happens if there is an early morning photoshoot or the once a year family picnic that mother makes everyone go to. This Friday was slightly special though, so much so that I hadn’t slept the previous night because I feared I wouldn’t be able to wake up on time.