That’ll show ‘em!
God. Just look at that thing. It looks like an actual vehicle, and not just a rotten carcass about to return back to earth. This overly ambitious off-road project is coming down to the wire; here’s what happened on my first road test with #ProjectSlowDevil.
Plenty of people, myself included, prefer the versatility and ergonomics of backpacks to single-shoulder messenger bags when it comes to lugging laptops and other gear from A to B, so this week, we’re looking to find the best. Check out the rules below, cinch up your straps, and head down to the comments to nominate…
Who would have thought the Toyota Corolla iM would do anything more than haul high schoolers and old people who really loved their last Scion?
Despite more tough talk from the U.S. and allies, North Korea seems dead set on more missile tests and its sixth underground nuclear test very soon, the latest among several in recent months. Problem is, the U.S. will have to talk with Pyongyang, no matter how crazy the White House thinks Kim Jong-un is. What other…
Faraday Future increasingly appears to be in a tenuous position, and now it seems the company is starting to realize as much: the San Francisco Chronicle is reporting the troubled start-up has ended talks with the city of Vallejo on a 157-acre site, and instead focus on completing the not-nearly-completed $1 billion…
Whether or not you’re still together, you can never change your feelings regarding That Car.
Back in December, as Uber transferred its controversial self-driving pilot program from California to Arizona, a police officer in Phoenix offered a rather innocuous comment about what lies ahead: “Now you’ve introduced these situations where you’ve got manned vehicles and unmanned vehicles,” he said.
As fun as building your own six-foot model rocket might be, launching it is no where near as impressive as watching one of NASA’s towering rockets blast into orbit—unless you point a high-speed camera at it. At 28,000 frames per second, a wonderful pyrotechnics show is revealed as it leaves the launch pad.
The Nissan GT-R is still a car that people are buying brand new for some odd reason. Of course, Nissan has to keep things fresh with a new special edition. The good news is that the 2017 GT-R Track Edition turns out to be a pretty decent value for a $128,000 Nissan.
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The world of “car television that isn’t actually terrible” is embroiled in a big shitstorm as of recently, when Wheeler Dealers’ chief mechanic Edd China announced he was leaving the Velocity show after the network planned to make it more terrible. So the internet responded the way the internet does: by sending death…
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If you never got around to throwing out the $30 metal bed frame you bought in college, now’s a great time to upgrade. For one day only, Amazon’s selling a great looking wooden mattress frame for $254-$347, depending on the size.
Leasing isn’t for everyone, but if it works for you, know that shopping for leases isn’t as simple as purchasing a car with a loan. You may be in the market for one car and be surprised to learn that you can lease a more expensive one for less.
The weekend is over! Back to work today in your Buick Regal Coupe.
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
Cool versions of crap cars are always an enigma. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Citation X-11 is just such a car, and it’ll be up to you to unravel the mystery of both its desirability and its price.