On January 16th Bonhams will be returning for their 9th edition of The Scottsdale Auction. Bonhams will lift the gavel on 110 collector cars spanning automotive history from 1901 to 2009 at the Westin Kierland Resort & Spa.
The first mid-engine Corvette is finally going into production in February. The $59,995 base price seems almost unbelievable until you remember that Chevrolet will make it up in volume.
Three new McLaren’s- the Elva, GT, and 620R- are hitting the roads in 2020. And one of them, priced at $1.7 million, does not feature a windshield or roof, and is McLaren’s lightest road car yet.
The Aston Martin DBX, the marque’s first SUV, has arrived. It has been billed as “an SUV with the soul of a sports car” by the brand. The car starts at $189,900 and is ready to compete with other luxury brand SUVs.
“Ford v Ferrari” is a must-see movie; not just for serious car lovers. That’s the conclusion of Premier Financial Services’ staff, after watching the movie together on its opening day. Read our 5-star review. Then go see this thriller on the big screen, for the full effect.
25 supercars and luxury models were confiscated by Swiss authorities from Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue and sold at Bonhams auction in Switzerland last month.
LaFerrari was Ferrari’s first hybrid, and sold for $1.4 million in 2013. Today, these beautiful cars sells for $3 million at auctions. And it’s not “Ferrari LaFerrari,” just LaFerrari.
Ferrari made the 250 GT Berlinetta TdF from 1956-1958, replacing it with the 250 GT SWB Berlinetta. Gooding & Company will offer a 1958 model at its Monterey auction next month, with a $5.5m-$6m pre-sale estimate.
RM Sotheby’s Amelia Island auction is offering a 2000 550 Maranello with just 4,200 miles and a pre-sale estimate of $140k-$160k, with no reserve. That’s right in between Hagerty’s values for “Excellent” and “Concours” condition and still below the car’s original price.