One of only seven, the 1954 Pegaso Z-102 Series II Saoutchik ($725,000) has found its way onto the auction market. Still boasting its original matching-numbers engine, the car has an advanced high-performance twin-cam V-8 engine with a top speed of 150mph. The Z-102 chassis was designed by Parisian coachbuilder, Saoutchik and features a low roofline and curved fenders with round Marchal headlights and poignant wheels. The interior has been finished in tuxedo-hued livery with a cream roof while accents of chrome can be spotted throughout. An expertly restored motor vehicle for the most passionate of car collectors.
BMW has just announced its new 2015 BMW X4 ($48,000) but I have to ask, if it is really necessary. You have to think of the X4 as the crossover version of the X3. Basically it’s the X3’s counterpart, just like the X6 can be considered the counterpart to the X5. While the front of ...[Read More]