Cars & TV – “Money Heist”: The Professor’s Seat Ibiza

Money Heist, originally “La Casa de Papel” is a Spanish series which premiered in May of 2017, airing on a national TV channel before being picked up by streaming giant Netflix for global distribution at the end of that same year. Dwindling in popularity in its native airwaves, since being added to the Netflix catalogue … More Cars & TV – “Money Heist”: The Professor’s Seat Ibiza

Eleanor: a Visual Guide (Eleanor Editorial – Part II)

[For Part I of this two part editorial on Eleanor, click here] If you’re anything like me and, despite all the criticism and vilification, you’re still lovesick after a couple of decades, what will it take to get you in one of these? Turns out, A LOT. There’s five routes you can get on when … More Eleanor: a Visual Guide (Eleanor Editorial – Part II)

Editorial – The Eleanor Defense: How Greed, Arrogance and Ignorance Tainted a Masterpiece’s Legacy

For  a long, long time now – in fact, pretty much since I started Automotive Views almost a decade ago – I’ve been meaning to write a piece about a car which defined a very significant part of my little auto obsession. Don’t get me wrong, I was a car guy long before I ever … More Editorial – The Eleanor Defense: How Greed, Arrogance and Ignorance Tainted a Masterpiece’s Legacy

The Cars of Westworld Season 3 – A (fairly) Complete Analysis

By Pedro F. Westworld’s third season just ended a few days ago, having set itself as a huge shift in the show’s focus, permanently breaking the confinement of Delos’ gritty amusement parks and bringing Dolores Abernathy’s bloody robot revolution to the human world. Westworld’s third chapter, despite visually great and at times still pretty damn … More The Cars of Westworld Season 3 – A (fairly) Complete Analysis

For Sale! [April 2020 – Usable Classics Edition]

For sale! Is a – mostly – monthly feature on Automotive Views focusing on cars available for purchase in Europe. None of the ads selected are featured on this website due to any kind of sponsorship by the sellers.   “These are uncertain times” for new and classic cars alike. Nobody knows exactly what will … More For Sale! [April 2020 – Usable Classics Edition]

A Forced Hiatus

Unsurprisingly, 2020 has miserably failed to meet our expectations. At this point, AV was meant to be bringing you new and more unique kind of content with interviews, garage tours, galleries…eventually even our own little video channel with some driving impressions. Everything was lined up…and then the world gradually began to grind to a halt … More A Forced Hiatus

70’s Alternative Luxury: The Deauville and the Fidia

If you were a (very) well to do person in the 1970’s and you wanted a big sporty luxury car, you’d be spoiled for choice. The 70’s were filled with fast, stunning, exotic options for the buyer who just wanted to absolutely stunt on folks. Rolls Royce had the Silver Shadow, Jaguar the XJ12, Mercedes the 450 … More 70’s Alternative Luxury: The Deauville and the Fidia