Big, pre-war cars are the things for which Hispano-Suiza is best known. Founded in 1904, the Spanish marque has been defunct since 1968, but that's all set to change as the there are not one but two separate parties trying to build modern Hispano-Suizas. One is a company based in Switzerland working on the Audi R8-based Maguari HS1 GTC. The other is a Spanish company with an electric grand tourer called the Carmen. Interestly, both companies showed off their new cars on Tuesday at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show. The maker of the Carmen is based in Barcelona, Spain, and has...
A second Hispano-Suiza plans new supercar for Geneva auto show
Dormant Spanish brand Hispano-Suiza is set to make a comeback at next week's 2019 Geneva International Motor Show with the unveiling of the Carmen electric supercar, with the team led by the great grandson of the brand's founder, Damián Mateu, and based in Spain. However, there's another car...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Jay Leno shows off his aircraft-engined 1915 Hispano-Suiza
To say that Jay Leno has an eclectic taste in cars is quite an understatement. Leno has all the bases covered, as his garages play host to everything from steam-powered beasts up through to the McLaren F1 of the 1990s and on to today's supercars. One particular stand-out has to be his 1915...Jeff Glucker