For its latest video, Petrolicious shines the spotlight on the the Volkswagen Scirocco as an affordable, classic sports coupe. This one has been owned by Road & Track senior editor Jason Cammisa since he was in college and has given him a benchmark to judge against some of the world's premiere supercars.
The Aston Martin V8 is like a classic muscle car that's filtered through luxurious, European styling. Petrolicious takes a look at one in its new video, while interviewing the father and son who share this cool coupe.
Petrolicious takes a look at a largely forgotten legacy of the Nardi name. Beyond just steering wheels, there are racecars like this gorgeous Nardi-Danese 6C 2500, and it makes a wonderful noise during a drive.
The DeLorean DMC-12 still looks fantastic after all these years. In its latest video, Petrolicious sits down with an owner of one and goes on a ride through the city at night to watch the fluorescent lights play off the car's stainless steel body.
The latest episode of Petrolicious looks at auto restorer Adam Martin and his 1968 Chevrolet Camaro that he calls Lucy. He bought the pony car at just 16, and by learning to work on it, the classic Chevy pushed him into his current career. Eighteen years later, Martin has kept driving Lucy and continues to make her even better.
The Italian automotive industry is filled with legendary names: Ferrari, Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Lancia, Lamborghini, De Tomaso, Pagani... but the names Fiat, Abarth and Zagato belong up there right beside them – especially when they came together on a vehicle as singular as this one.
If you haven't looked recently, prices for many vintage Porsche 911s are now well out of the realm for mortal men to purchase. However, the growing values have their advantages because they mean that the 912 is being better accepted as a member of the Porsche family. In a new video, Petrolicious talks to one owner about his mildly modified example while the coupe zips through the backroads and city streets of France.
There's something very welcoming about the curvaceous, Italian shape of Vespa motor scooters. Practically everyone who looks up when they hear the distinctive put-put sound greets it with a smile and a wave. That charm definitively isn't lost on Peter Maas and his 1962 Vespa GS160 that still wears its original paint. In a recent video, Petrolicious takes a look at Maas' passion and his career of keeping these classic two-wheelers on the road.