My Car Quest

May 23, 2022

Design Critique: Touring Superleggera Arese RH95

by Wallace Wyss - It has been some years now since the rebirth of Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera. And it's the 95th birthday of the brand so they thought what better way to celebrate than to create a new design, in this case the … [Read more...]

Car Parts That I Love

by Wallace Wyss - Someday if the EV'ers are right, the last ICE car will be hunted down and melted to make an EV. But I will have fond memories. Sometimes it's not the whole car I like. It's one little part. So just as the Academy … [Read more...]

How Car Design Has Changed More Than Just The Automotive Industry

From the historic Model T to the latest sports cars, the automotive industry has transformed our lives in more ways than one. As a result, it's hardly surprising that it is one of the most lucrative industries worldwide. In fact, the automobile … [Read more...]

The New Chrysler Airflow

If Chrysler (er, Stellantis) can get the Airflow into production soon, they have a winner. by Wallace Wyss -  Back in 1934, Chrysler became the first American automaker to incorporate improved aerodynamics into a car, ie. letting aero rule over … [Read more...]

The Jensen P66 Prototype

by Mike Gulett - I am amazed when I think about the many beautiful classic cars we see that are either concept cars or prototypes that never made it into production. We write about many of them here on My Car Quest and here is another one; … [Read more...]

Design Critique: The Murray T.50

A V-12–powered, $3 million three-seat hypercar that echoes the glories of its predecessor. by Wallace Wyss - So here you have Gordon Murray, a successful designer whose McLaren F1, was once the belle of the ball in race inspired street … [Read more...]