My favourite cars from the Milano Monza Motor Show
A compilation of my favourite cars from the show
For those that don't know, the city of Milan (Italy) and the Monza Autodrome have been hosting the Milano Monza Motor Show over the last few days. Manufacturers have been invited to showcase their newest and hottest cars in the center of Milan, while the Monza Autodrome hosted some special events that were closed to the public.
Today i went to the show, took some photos, and now i'll show you some of my favourite cars from the show, in (mostly) chronological order (Disclaimer: There are going to be lots of EVs):
Porsche Taycan Turbo S
The iconic German brand's first EV. I've heard very good things about it, and it definitely looks attractive, as a Porsche should.
Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo 4S
The lifted, station wagon-ish version of the Taycan was also there.
GFG Bandini Dora
An interesting-looking concept car designed by Giugiaro. Apparently, it was inspired by some vintage racecar.
Honda's cute, retro-styled e also made an appearance. If i were to buy an electric car, this one is high on my list.
This tiny, electric microcar from France is a lovely, little nugget! Bonus points for the Gulf-inspired wrap.
The sleek and elegant Ferrari Roma is arguably the most beautiful Ferrari currently in production. They should've painted it red, though.
Ferrari Portofino M
The Roma's open-top brother, successor to the California T.
One of this year's most awaited cars, now in front of my (and your) eyes! Anyone got a spare kidney?
Pagani Zonda F
Perhaps the greatest road-legal Pagani ever made, with a 602 hp N/A 7.3-litre Mercedes-AMG V12 and a manual gearbox. Still gorgeously beautiful 15+ years later.
The most extreme road-legal version of the Huayra. Enough said.
Pagani Huayra Roadster BC
A Huayra BC, but without the roof.
Pagani Huayra R (mock up)
Yeah... unfortunately, it isn't the real, fully working Huayra R yet, but it is what is is.
There were two of these, one with a roof, and one without a roof. Pick one.
Hyundai Ioniq 5
It looks like a hatchback, but is actually a crossover. It does look cool though, though i can't help but notice a few similarities with the iconic Lancia Delta.
Another Korean electric crossover that doesn't actually look that much like a crossover. Next!
Ford Pieceoftu- i mean Mustang Mach-E
Nope, this ain't it chief.
Looks like the old Fisker Karma is coming back to life!
A slightly quicker VW ID.4, for those wondering. At least it doesn't look too bad.
Now, back to some more interesting stuff!
Bugatti Chiron Super Sport
Basically a Chiron, but faster. And longer.
The ultimate billionaire's track toy, perhaps?
Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport
A Chiron with a wing, basically. Oh, and more power. And maybe less weight.
Bugatti Chiron Sport
Something in-between the regular Chiron and the Pur Sport, i guess.
Lamborghini Siàn FKP 37
The first hybrid Lamborghini. Some will say it's a massive waste of cash, i say it's a cool car. Plus, by definition, aren't all hypercars, technically, a waste of cash?
Lamborghini Huracàn STO
The ultimate Huracàn. Don't ask me how they managed to keep this thing street-legal. Anyway, bonus points for the Gulf-inspired livery.
Lamborghini Huracàn EVO Spyder
Back to something more "mundane"! If i were to buy a modern Lamborghini, i'd pick this one. Maybe not the same exact spec, but you get what i mean.
Audi RS e-tron GT
The Porsche Taycan was so good, Audi made their own version.
Bentley Bentayga V8 First Edition
Bentley Continental GT V8 Mulliner
Now that's a real Bentley!
The new, hybrid, twin-turbo V6-powered McLaren supercar! I honestly think it's beautiful, even though it looks very similar to, well.... pretty much every McLaren ever made.
Another McLaren, this one at least looks a bit different from the rest of the current crop of the brand's models.
I'll be honest, i've never heard of this one.
Land Rover Defender
It's starting to grow on me. The old Defender is still the best, though.
Aston Martin DBX
Chevrolet Corvette C8
The new, controversial, mid-engined Corvette. I still have mixed feelings about it.
BMW M4 Competition (G82)
I have now gotten used to the big kidney grilles. I still hate them.
BMW M3 Competition (G80)
Not as bad as the M4, but still horrifically ugly at the front.
Susuki Swift Sport Hybrid
And now, some eye candy for you! Assuming the Beemers above didn't claim your eyesight, that is.
Never heard of this one, but it surely looks unique and interesting!
Morgan Plus Four
A timeless British icon.
Peugeot 308 Hybrid
Not really special in any way, but i love the look of the new 308, and modern Peugeots' design language in general.
The new, electric-only Fiat 500e, also available as a convertible! It does look stylish, am i right?
DS 9 E-Tense
DS's current flagship model. I can't be the only one who thinks it looks a bit like an Audi.
Alfa Romeo Giulia GTAm
The ultimate Alfa Romeo sports saloon, and quite possibly, one of the greatest road-legal track toys you can buy! If you've got the cash, obviously, and if you're ready to sacrifice the rear seats. And if it isn't sold out yet.
Nissan GT-R50 by ItalDesign
Made to celebrate the GT-R's 50th Anniversary, it takes a lot of styling cues from the GT-R that started it all, the legendary "Hakosuka" from the late '60s.
Lamborghini Huracàn LP 610-4 Police Car
No, this isn't used to catch speeding criminals. It is instead used to carry organs.
BMW M2 CS
An M2, but more hardcore.
Aaaand that's it, folks! Tell me which one of these do you like more!