First launched in 1993 as a replacement for the W201 (Mercedes-Benz 190 E Class) which was in production from 1982 till April of 1993 (with 1,874,668 vehicles produced) the Mercedes-Benz C-Class quickly became a legend amongst many South African’s thanks to its compact yet executive design and was Mercedes-Benz’s smallest model until 1997 – with the arrival of the A-Class. Continue reading “A 90’s LEGEND REINVENTED”
It’s a magical time, isn’t it? Here is a hatchback with 350 horsepower and 440Nm of torque. Here is an all-wheel-drive system capable of adjusting power distribution rearward and side to side. Here, from a major automaker with an appropriately sized legal department, is a button that if you press it enough times, the word “drift” appears on the center display. Continue reading “LIFE IS TOO SHORT TO NOT DRIVE SIDEWAYS”
Photography & Words: DBN Spotter
A Tiger In My Tank
Developed to give the enthusiastic driver the ultimate in luxury and excitement…on road and track. No compromise supercar available as both a Coupé and Spider, with electrically retractable hard top Powered by a multi-award-winning 3.8-litre twin turbo V8 engine which gives breathtaking performance Johannesburg, South Africa, Halfway through 2014, McLaren Automotive introduced the 650S which is now the core model in the newly established Super Series.
Born in the town of Rukmalgama in Sri Lanka, Solange Kristina Gunawijeya is as unlikely a beauty queen as you could meet. She is more of a sportswoman who has represented her country around the globe in Basketball. She also holds Sri Lankan records for both basketball and netball. However, her passionate nature, love for the environment and subtle beauty saw her walk away victorious as, Miss Sri Lanka Earth in 2013.
As we sit down with her, the elegant and poised Dominique Donner is the epitome of grace and charm whose beauty would not be out of place on the cover of any glossy magazine. Continue reading “Meet Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation’s – Dominique Donner”