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20" wheels give the Evoque a ballsy-look.
I see that the Beckhams are big fans of the ‘Young British Hipness’ art movement and their collection is thought to be valued at around $45 million including their Damien Hirst-decorated baby monitor and VB's spot boots which are encased in glass at their LA HQ.
I also see that the femme half of the dynamic duo recently collaborated with Gerry McGovern and the Land Rover Design team in creating a glitz’n’glam version of the Range Rover Evoque and christene... read more »
Have the auto manufacturers gone celeb mad? A couple of weeks ago I read that Kate Perry did a three-song set at the unveiling of the new VW Jetta in New York's Times Square. I assume she performed this before heading off to do that topless shoot which was featured on the Yahoo home page the other day. But then Ms Perry is a great inspiration for designers like "The Blonds" when it comes to decorating cars such as the drop top MINI cabrio (above) which was auctioned off for charity on the night.
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If you live in the UK and like the Land Rover Freelander, Land Rover has just unveiled the 2010 Freelander 2 Sport. The "sport" version of the Freelander features an exterior that comes in either Santorini Black or Lago Grey with color keyed trim, a rear spoiler and 19-inch alloy wheels. Inside there is a two-tone interior trim in contrasting Ebony and Storm. You can choose between a full leather interior or a cloth/leather setup. The Freelander 2 Sport is powered by a 2.2L TD4 diesel power unit. It goe... read more »
A latest issue of a celebrity magazine and we drooled over the luxurious cars of the Wowowee host Willie Revillame. The man is a certified car addict.
Here are the lists of his collection: a black Mercedez Benz, two Audis, a Rangerover, a Jaguar, a Porsche, a Lincoln Navigator, a Pajero, a Hammer, a Red Ferrari and an SUV. Wow, those are indeed hot cars. He just don’t collect cars, he collects luxury cars.
I can only take a deep breath and envy the man. After I retire from my day job, I’d be lucky ... read more »