Spanish Splendour - The short-lived wonder of Pegaso



Pegaso Z-102 Coupé and Spyder: A perfect pair



A product of Spanish truck manufacturer Pegaso, the Z-102 was the high point of a short stint in automotive production led by ex-Alfa mastermind Wilfredo Ricart. Respected for its pioneering approach to engineering, the Z-102 could also be regarded as the first of several legendary cars born solely from an individual’s dispute with Enzo Ferrari. read more >>


Pegaso 'Empiria': Spanish Thrill for the 21st Century



Pegaso’s foray into car production might have lasted less than a decade, but during that time the Spanish marque produced some notably elegant machines. Inspired by these, one patriotic designer has revealed exclusively to Classic Driver his vision of a contemporary Pegaso. read more >>


RM Auctions at Amelia Island, 9 March 2013: Preview



RM’s annual Florida sale is held in association with the Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance, and we’d put special emphasis on ‘elegance’, with entries of the quality of this Pegaso Z-102 Series II Cabriolet by Saoutchik, estimated at USD 1,250,000 - 1,750,000. read more >>


Prince Alfonso von Hohenlohe: The party king of Marbella



His eccentric parties at the Marbella Club were legendary in the 1960s and 1970s. Prince Alfonso was not only one of the last great playboys, but was responsible for transforming the sleepy fishing village of Marbella into a meeting place for the international jet set. read more >>


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