The prospect of a German supercar in the 1970s had the tenor of something that simply shouldn’t be done, like the Italians producing a mass-market station wagon for the states. But BMW went out on an automotive limb and put just such a car in the works — the glorious and rare BMW M1. While BMW faithful await its second coming with bated breath, we delve into the story of the original icon.
Germany's first supercar
Sounding like the illegitimate offspring of a pasta restaurant and one of Godzilla’s foes, the Faralli & Mazzanti Evantra is actually an exotic automobile from a niche Italian manufacturer. The car, in our opinion, is both stunning and very original. We’re hard pressed to find anything derivative about the Evantra. The tapered side windows, the…