Ferrari recreates “Rendez-Vous” film in Monaco with F1 driver, SF90 Stradale

Ferrari has attempted to recreate the magic of one of the most epic drives caught on camera with a little help from the original film’s director, as well as current Formula One driver Charles Leclerc.

The film is 1976’s cult classic “C’était un rendez-vous,” which depicts a high-speed run through the streets of Paris supposedly in a Ferrari 275 GTB. The film’s director Claude Lelouch, who was also its mystery driver, has revealed in interviews that the car he used was actually a Mercedes-Benz 450SEL 6.9, and that the Ferrari’s engine sound was dubbed in.

Ferrari calls its own film “Le Grand Rendez-Vous,” and released it Saturday. This time an actual Ferrari, the 986-horsepower SF90 Stradale hybrid hypercar, is the star car, and the streets of Monaco have been swapped in for Paris, with all of the filming work taking place on May 24 as a nod to this

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Cars You (Probably) Forgot Were Station Wagons

How far the station wagon has come. In the heady 1960s, nearly every car sold in America could be had as a wagon, while today station wagons are both very cool and very scarce. During the interim years when families transitioned to minivans and then to SUVs and crossovers, there were some rather oddball wagons produced. Because they sold slowly, many gearheads don’t even realize these cars were available as wagons. Time for a reminder! Here are 25 cars you might not realize were available as station wagons.

2011-2013 Acura TSX Sport Wagon

The turn of the decade was not a great time for Acura: It was getting beat up over the horrendous bionic beaver-tooth grille on the 2009 TL and there was plenty of grumbling about the new TSX, which was bigger and heavier and didn’t get the turbocharged engine everyone was hoping for. But then the TSX

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