FLASH! BANG! ZOOM! THE NEW LAMBORGHINI HURACÁN PERFORMANTE JUST SMASHED THROUGH THE PRODUCTION CAR LAP RECORD AT THE NÜRBURGRING. Holy fuck! Who saw that one coming? YOU DID.
I was in the UK last week, visiting the set of Top Gear, a little show about motor-carriages you’ve probably never heard of. During the few moments when nobody was really paying attention, I managed to sneak off and poke around some of the interesting cars right near the studio. Join me and let’s explore!
Here’s a small, but interesting twist in the legal battle between Uber and Waymo, which alleges the ride-hailing giant’s self-driving car tech is based on a stolen design of its rival Google branch’s autonomous system: Last May, Otto—the self-driving truck company purchased by Uber—quietly bought a small company that…
If you walk into a place you’re not supposed to be with enough confidence and gall, generally nobody will bother you. As proof, look at this man who casually strolled into an Australian repair shop and stole a car.
Watching this, you start to wonder if you ever really understood anything about physics at all. There’s so many times when watching this where you’re sure that truck’s going to end up on its side. And yet it doesn’t. Is it skill? Dumb luck? An eerie ability to bend the laws of nature? A box full of anti-gravity chili?…
The Nintendo Switch is a fascinating new game console built around a novel and well-executed central idea. It also has plenty of problems that will doubtless be improved upon in a future version. Nintendo is yet again trying something new, and here we are to take the plunge alongside them.
Will the new McLaren Super Series supercar be called the 720S? Well, there’s no reason for us to believe that it won’t be! And this is but one rad-as-all-hell example of what the inside will be like.
Good morning! Welcome to The Morning Shift, your roundup of the auto news you crave, all in one place every weekday morning. Here are the important stories you need to know.
The new 2017 Land Rover Discovery— the successor to the mighty LR4— is upon us, and I’m in Utah off-roading and on-roading (Is that a word? Anyway) the crap out of it for a few days. So tell me what you want to know, and I’ll do my darnedest to figure out some answers.
Reader, I will admit that I was skeptical when I first started watching this video. I assumed a local news station was just using a gimmicky new technique to jazz up a ho-hum story. I was wrong. I was so wrong.
Hey did you hear? Alfa Romeo is back in America! And not just with a low-volume sports car, but with stuff normal people might actually buy, like the Giulia sedan and the upcoming Stelvio crossover. These seem to be awesome cars to drive, but I’m not so sure you should actually buy one.
Whether you’re filling tires or firing pneumatic tools, this 4.5 star-rated Porter-Cable electric pancake compressor has is a great addition to any garage, and you can pick it up for $99 in today’s Gold Box. That’s about $30-$50 less than usual, and the best price Amazon’s ever listed.
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Range Rover HSE is said to be number 15 out of 220 special editions imbued with performance bonafides by none other than Callaway Engineering. Let’s see if that, and its price, fully makes up for its being a Range Rover.
The Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio is a perfect car in my dreams. In this perfect dream world, Alfa claims the Quadrifoglio boasts 505 horsepower from its twin-turbo V6 and max torque of 443 lb-ft out of the box. But how does it hold up in the real world?
An 18 year-old driving a stolen Toyota Tacoma running from the police in Webster Parish, Louisiana hit a set of spike strips going 115 mph, subsequently barreled off of the road and into a drainage ditch, launched the truck into the air and landed on a car parked at a restaurant.
On Sunday, Jalopnik posted a guide on how to understand NASCAR and the Daytona 500 under the sanctioning body’s new, complicated rules. The views on that post shot up and down in an almost unprecedented way during the race, plotting an astonishing graph of exactly when and how confused people were.