Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
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With its 16-valve engine, Mustang transmission, and sport gauges today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Volvo 245 looks ready to haul ass. You have to decide if its price makes it ass-tonishing.
Sometimes all you need is a quiet place and sixteen seconds to yourself—to enjoy this exposed carbon fiber rear wheel drive Acura NSX GT3 racecar teaser.
A secret satellite was launched into space today. We don’t know just what it’s doing in space. But! We can see in these pictures exactly how it got there: aboard an incredibly fast rocket.
Ealier today we reported on a mysterious ‘Project Goldfinger’ we discovered during a tour of Tesla’s Nevada Gigafactory. Everyone including Elon Musk claimed to have no idea what it was, but I’ve got a few ideas.
The, uh, rough-around-the-edges reality television show Diesel Brothers is coming under fire from a group of environmentally focused doctors in Utah, who are threatening legal action against the TV personalities because of alleged illegal modifications to diesel vehicles. You can’t see it through the internet but I’m…
Mercedes has pulled the plug on at least one advertisement for the new E-Class after multiple groups reached out to the Federal Trade Commission to investigate the ad campaign for overstating the vehicle’s driver-assistance systems.
As if Formula One’s prohibition on radio instructions wasn’t unpopular enough already, a penalty for violating that radio ban was given to one of the series’ most beloved drivers at the Hungarian Grand Prix: Jenson Button. That was the end of that ban. Today, the F1 Strategy Group voted to kill off the ban for good.
The Jeep Wrangler’s seven-slatted grille is one of the most famous car-faces on the road. With a new design on the horizon, we’re all wondering how much Jeep is going to mess with it. New spy shots give us some insight.
Not just anyone can walk into a car dealership and buy whatever car they want! No, this is 2016. Only certain special shining beautiful people get the cars.
Earlier today, we showed you the Ford GT rejection letter, and we all had a good cry, together. As you know, though, even when a car company gets to decide who is worth the privilege of buying their car, some people must be getting good news, right? Happily, we’ve now managed to get samples of all the types of letters…
Today we reached Peak Texas.
The premise is pretty simple– two people each hail one of the ride-sharing cars from the same spot and see how long it takes to get to their destination. But the comedians putting the “race” together have promised me there’s a twist. Something about finding the Backstreet Boys on the way?
In addition to visiting the Gigafactory site in Reno, we went on a tour of Tesla’s car factory in Fremont, Calif. this week. While there, we were told we weren’t allowed to take photos of certain things. Some of that was related to customer privacy rules, but some of it wasn’t. And one area we weren’t allowed to…
One Canadian Chrysler dealer had dream: to cram a 6.2-liter supercharged Hellcat V8 into a Ram 1500 pickup truck. Yes, that’s 707 horsepower sent to a solid rear axle on something that isn’t a drag car. I have just one word for this dealer: hero.
From the late 1950s until the late 1980s, scientists in both the United States and the Soviet Union were working on computer networking in one form or another. Why did the US succeed where the Russians failed? That’s the subject of a new book titled How Not to Network a Nation: The Uneasy History of the Soviet Internet