Jonathan Glancey is the Architecture and Design Editor of The Guardian. He is a frequent commentator on radio and television on such subjects as popular culture and the arts. His previous publications include The Train, The Story of Architecture and Twentieth Century Architecture. He lives in London, England.
"'Packed with terrific photographs, [this is] a wonderfully evocative album of nostalgia, fantasy, glamour, excess and homely utility. Every motor you ever owned or dreamed of, from Alfa to Zil via Bugatti and Morris Marina.' - Daily Express 'This gorgeous homage to the gas-guzzling demi-god oozes wit, style and period charm.' - The Independent 'A charming photographic survey of all manner of vehicles, from the horseless carriage to the batmobile to Michael Schumacher's latest Ferrari.' - Sunday Telegraph"