In the early 90's someone at Volvo thought it would be swell if they were no longer safe and boring and were now sporty and cool. Fast forward to 1994 and the 850 estate starts competing in the British Touring Car Championship. The first estate to compete in touring car championships was never overly successful on the track.
Most racing drivers go through several teams and sponsors, but one element remains the same, becoming an integral part of the driver's legend and heritage. The Helmet Pack is inspired by the headgear of four men who changed racing forever and made F1 top of the motorsport food chain.
The E9 invented two of the things that petrolheads most love about BMWs, the M division and the no-compromise-track-focused CSL badge. Couple that with Jager's iconic and irreverent racing livery and we can't help but be inspired to pay tribute to the charismatic 3.0 CSL, the Bavarian "Batmobile".
The best Ferrari's were always built with a particular purpose. The F40 was designed for speed and performance, a car specifically engineered to beat the Porsche 959. This meant that it that it would need to become the first production car to reach the mythical 200 mph mark.
Italian racing driver - and mostly dark green painted exotic car collector - Eugenio Amos’ plan when he set off creating a resto-mod version of the Delta Integrale was to "MAKE LANCIA GREAT AGAIN" - and yes, there's a hat for this one too.
The Ruf CTR shocked the industry when it blew away Porsche and Ferrari supercars in the late 80s. It's also the star of the most exciting Nordschleife lap ever recorded. The mix of sheer performance, exclusiveness and media frenzy made it an instant icon, that we celebrate here with the tartan seat pattern of the 30th Anniversary edition.