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FORD GT40 Heritage Edition - the supercar staged with modern flair by TORSTEN KLINKOW

Photographer and director TORSTEN KLINKOW staged the new FORD GT40 Heritage Edition in a modern visual language.

The Ford GT40 Heritage Edition is an exclusive special edition paying tribute to the rich history and the legacy of the legendary GT40. This limited model – with a remarkable price tag of around 1.3 million euros – embodies the timeless elegance and pioneering performance for which the GT40 is revered.
FORD revealed the latest version of the iconic GT supercar to the press in October, 2018. It was marketed as the intermediate option between the standard GT and the vehicles of the Competition Series. Similar to the standard GT, potential buyers had to apply if they wanted to purchase one of these rare cars.

The name Heritage Edition is a reference to the victory of the first model at the legendary 1966 Daytona 24 Hour Continental. That same year, the Ford GT40 would go on to end Ferrari’s dominance, sweeping the top three places at 24 Hours of Le Mans.

Strictly limited, the Ford GT40 Heritage Edition is much more than a mere automobile – it is a tribute to an era of motorsports and a symbol of precision craftsmanship.

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07.12.2023 show complete article


featured by Severin Wendeler : Free, mobile, sustainable – Torsten KLINKOW c/o SEVERIN WENDELER photographs the OPEL Rocks-e for McCann Velocity

Clean, clever, cool, … The Opel Rocks-e stands for sustainable urban mobility (SUM) – and that already at age fifteen. The micro-mobile for inner-city traffic sporting a stylish design is emissions-free and has space for two.

Torsten KLINKOW c/o SEVERIN WENDELER photographed the little mobility wiz for the agency McCann Velocity and the client Opel.

The car is designed for short distances; it’s only half as long as a midsize car – so it fits into the smallest parking spaces. A turning radius of 7.2 meters means the tiniest Opel is extremely maneuverable. And minimalism is the name of the game for the engine, too : So that the Rocks-e can already be driven by fifteen-year-olds with an AM driver’s license, its top speed is 45 km/h. By the way, the micro-mobile is equipped with storage areas and not a classic trunk.

Since November, 2021, the Opel Rocks-e is available online for customers to order, or they can stop by carefully selected Opel dealerships to see it up close. The Opel Rocks-e was designed by the carmaker headquartered in Rüsselsheim to take a load off city traffic – and help teenagers get the first car of their own as early as fifteen. The electric cube is already available starting at € 7,990.

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05.12.2023 show complete article