Perfectly Ridiculous: The Lagonda

Retrofuturism is defined as ‘the use of a style or aesthetic considered futuristic in an earlier era’. The wedge-shaped Lagonda, festooned with touch-sensitive buttons and CRT screens instead of speedometers, perfectly fits this description. The two tonne, 5.2-metre long behemoth was, in many ways, ridiculous when it was released in 1976, but in others, it…

Nice Vauxhall mate! Oh wait…

Some people are into supercars, hypercars, hatchbacks, etc… There are plenty of categories that appeal to their users for different reasons. For me, the best of all remain the sports saloon or estate. The reason is their discreetness coupled with their practicality and massive power that make them capable of competing with proper sports cars…