BMW pride themselves on delivering the "ultimate driving machine" to their customers. A lot of that is owed to the reliable, durable and powerful engines which BMW carefully match to their models. Listed are what we deem to be some of M Divisions greatest production car engines. M88 BMW M1 1978-1981 3,453 cc 277 hp... Continue Reading →
The history of the automobile holds many uniquely valuable vehicles, innovative milestones and outstanding classics. However, there are only a few cars that have such an unusual biography as this. In the early 1950s BMW made a major effort to revive its sporting success of the 1930s. In 1954 Max Hoffmann, an importer who had... Continue Reading →
Tesla have been in the news again this week after sending a Tesla Roadster into space through Musk's other brain child Space X. With the Model 3 still not set to enter production until 2019, we take a look in perspective against Tesla's flagship saloon, the Model S.
Seeing as it's the manic shopping season again, we explore some of the worst gifts you can buy for your petrolhead friends and family this Christmas! Amongst the seemingly endless number of pens, keychains and hideous polo shirts, it seems like every major car manufacturer also has its own range of ridiculous sunglasses to sift... Continue Reading →
Remember our previous post where we lead you into thinking the iconic M3 saloon used in Series 15 of Top Gear was up for sale again? Well this time it is! It last went up for auction in 2015, selling for just £5830 - well under its £7500 lower estimate. Top Gear undertook a huge... Continue Reading →
On a morning browse of the classifieds for a used and abused EP3 track car, we came across this slice of rare JDM 4-Door fury, a 1997 Honda Integra Type R (DB8). This great video from one of our favourite YouTube channels Wasabi Cars give a short history into some of the facts around the... Continue Reading →
Sir John Arthur ‘Jack’ Brabham, was born on April 2, 1926, in an Australian town near Sydney. At 18 he joined the Royal Australian Air Force in Adelaide, where he wanted to learn to fly but was instead trained to fill a wartime shortage of flight mechanics. Upon his discharge, in 1946, an uncle in... Continue Reading →
So it's a usual Sunday morning for Infernal Co - Wake up, pop the kettle on, select an episode of Top Gear from the DVD collection and browse the classifieds for things we can't afford. Standard. Now this isn't what you may think, it's not one of the star cars from the television series popping... Continue Reading →