Klaas located this 1983 VW Golf GTI more than 15 years ago stored in a barn in its original condition, a far cry from the showstopper it is today.
A childhood full of memorable automotive experiences led Julian Serna down the path to owning this eye-catching M3-clad E30 Touring.
I struggle to find anything that could prevent this 1977 Volkswagen Scirocco from being the nicest example ever built. It’s an absolute magnet.
It’s one of Europe’s biggest automotive events, and its appeal grows with each passing year. If you couldn’t make it to Essen, we have you covered!
100% Auto Live is carving a new kind of multifaceted car show meant to take the experience of automotive events to a new level.
I’m here to show you why these cars from the Men In Volkswagen event will make you more accepting of other styles in the future.
Squeezing over 190,000 visitors into the Messe Essen in Germany, Techno-Classica is a four-day affair that ensures the preservation of automobile heritage.
With just over 130,000 attendees in its first weekend (and more than 360,000 in total over a nine-day span), you could say the Essen Motor Show is sort of a big deal. We—like most journalists—have our favorites from the show; these seven vehicles, which appear in no particular order, are the examples we enjoyed.
Techno-Classica Essen celebrates the passion to blend modern restoration breakthroughs with dated and weathered European chassis of past decades. With so much to see, we wanted to give you our highlights.
European automotive staple, the Essen Motor Show could be likened to a mixture of the SEMA and PRI shows in the United States. This enormous exhibition celebrated its 50th anniversary recently, and sought shelter from the cold winter at the Messe Essen in Essen, Germany.