Synopses & Reviews
Follow the sweeping curves of the stunning new Porsche Boxster from its conception through design, testing, and development in this dynamic collection of lavish color photographs and archival images. Filled with clay models, show cars, prototypes, and production cars. Included are early design drawings and photographs of prototype models and testing. Includes see-through color diagrams.
Lauded as the car that will save Porsche, the eagerly anticipated Boxster has drawn rave reviews from the motoring press in the past year. This second installment in the MBI Publishing Company's new ColorTech Series (see Corvette C5, Spring 1998) follows the design, testing, and development of the mid-engined, two-seat Boxster, from the first conceptual drawings and prototypes to the advertising campaign in support of the model. Lavish color photography and never-before-published images from the Porsche archives bring to life the evolution of a new generation of Porsches and a dynamic period in the automaker's history.
An ultimate inside look at one of 2003's hottest new cars, the Nissan 350Z. Featuring the brilliant text and photography of John Lamm, this book is written in cooperation with the Nissan Corporation, which has pledged full access to archives, design drawings, mockups, and key players within the company. With its reasonable price, high power, and gorgeous looks, Nissan has hit the bull's eye and created a car that is sure to be revered by a legion of fans.
About the Author
As a respected automotive journalist and photographer covering high-performance cars for Road & Track since 1975, author and photographer John Lamm has worked with and interviewed nearly every significant figure in Ferrari history. Lamm’s work has won numerous awards including the International Motor Press Association’s Ken Purdy award and the Motor Press Guild’s Dean Batchelor prize. This is his 11th book. Lamm lives in San Clemente, California, with his wife Scheri.