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This picture of the Noble M600 is just awesome as it is, but there's more to the story as it's going to be available to people outside of Britain (just not in America).
It's kind of tragic that the Mazda RX-8 and Honda S2000, two of the very best Japanese performance cars of the last decade, are no longer in production and never produced any heirs to their legacy. So how would the Scion FR-S measure up if it went toe-to-
Putting a celebrity in your ad will make your car sell better, right? Jalopnik readers know ten ads that question that maxim.
If you're leaving a car show, don't do a burnout. And definitely don't do three half donuts, nearly kill a cameraman, and then hit an oncoming vehicle and drive away, like this Corvette driver did. Definitely don't do that.
Put away your Renoirs. Set aside your purebred horses. Leave Emma Watson at your country home. This Voisin C25 Aérodyne cruising around a British estate is about to classy the shit out of you.
Generally, we don't really think about motorcycles as doctor's rides. Usually, when you think "doctor," BMWs and Mercedes-Benzes come to mind. Most doctors I've known only think of motorcycles as effective providers of organs for transplantation
Spocks both past and present face off in a battle of wits and driving in this hilarious Audi video posted to YouTube yesterday. There's Leonard Nimoy besting Zachary Quinto at chess, singing the "The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins," and using a vulcan
So you have a GPS. Good for you! But did you know that the directions it gives you aren't orders, but recommendations? It's true! Well, someone should tell this guy who drove down the stairs of New York's Riverside Park.
Damn this redesign of the Pontiac Sunfire is hot. You'd think it might actually be a mini-Firebird!
People complain about the lack of passing in Formula One. People complain about how NASCAR drivers only turn left. So what if there was a race series that had a ton of passing and turned left and right? Well, there is. It's called IndyCar, and you need to
VW's Walter de Silva recently said he is "convinced that a small roadster wouldn't be the worst thing for Volkswagen." It's probably the opposite of the worst thing. The worst thing would be the company going out of business.
It's a strange feeling when you kind of agree with something that Charles Manson did. It's not a good feeling. But I just learned that Charles Manson's insane "Helter Skelter" global race war fever dream used battalions of VW and Porsche-based d