One of just 124 to be sent to Cyprus from Gdynia towards the end of 1995, the truck had been kept by the car dealerships’ owner as a display model, before being relegated to an abandoned building at the back of the dealership.
VIDEO: Billed as being something between an expensive bike and a cheap car, the Squad Mobility vehicle’s solar panel roof provides enough energy to cover 20km a day, while a replaceable battery increases its range to 100km and two electric motors at the back means it can reach a maximum speed of 45 km/h.
VIDEO: The 62-year old driver had careered into the water after pressing the accelerator pedal on his motor too hard over the May Day weekend.
Polish police reported that 14 people died in car accidents on Monday, making it deadliest day of the Easter holidays.
The number of deaths on Polish roads fell by 279 in 2021, according to Poland's Infrastructure Ministry's data.
Organised by the Classic Mercedes Car Club Poland as part of Mercedes-Benz’s global ‘She’s Mercedes’ initiative aimed at connecting and celebrating women and their successes, the rally will start in Gdynia on Friday the 27th of August and end in Puck on 29th.
For just the third time ever, visitors to the FSO Factory in Żerań are being allowed the chance to covet some of the most beautiful – and curious – motor vehicles produced in Poland.
Based in a leafy suburb of the capital, the elegant subterranean space seven metres below ground will have enough space for 10 Aston Martins, eight of which are in a private collection and include a DB2 Drophead, Vantage and DB5.
Karol Wesołowski from the village of Skąpe near Poznań, was dubbed a hero by police after jumping in to a lake to save a woman whose car had spun out of control. After being diagnosed with Buerger's disease, a rare disease of veins and arteries, internet users quickly responded to his family’s plea for help.
Warsaw has become a car city, with more registered vehicles in the capital than residents, according to a city councillor quoted by the Gazeta Wyborcza newspaper.