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Holy crap, just watch that little Mini. If you, for some reason, ever forget what the word ‘plucky’ means, just imagine this video. That little Mini has an engine a fraction of the size of that Mustang’s V8, and tires that could fit in the Mustang’s glovebox, but sticks to that pony car like stench on stink. It’s my…
Some guy wants to borrow your car? Tell him what I do: “No.” Or at least, before you say Yes, you need to consider a few things. As I explain in this week’s podcast.
#TBT to the days when Mazda was insistent that a hydrogen-powered rotary engine could work. It still can! Don’t stop believing!
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 Ford Gal… I mean, Mercury Maurad.. oh hell, this resto-ride... could be the best of both worlds, unless its price is the worst in the world.
This video/.gif thing from the Alfa Romeo Facebook page of the new Giulia Quadrifoglio is pretty neat. I tried to .gif it myself, but it didn’t work and I’m lazy.
Tesla had an earnings call today which was fairly typical for a Tesla earnings call. Except for the part where Elon Musk tried to relate the human gestational period to Tesla’s production cycle.
Two Florida men were found dead in a camper on the Talladega Superspeedway campgrounds on Sunday afternoon, reports the Tallahassee Democrat. Officials do not suspect foul play in their deaths, however, autopsies are being done by the state forensics lab to determine the cause of death.
Tesla has heard the concerns over its plans to produce 500,000 cars annually by 2020, so in today’s quarterly earnings call, the automaker revealed that it’s moving its production forecasts two years earlier to 2018. If we were sitting at the proverbial poker table, Tesla just went all in.
If I had to list cars whose owners are most likely to cheat on their partners, I’d probably put a modified Range Rover right up at the top. Check out this one in London with “Hope She Was Worth It” now spray painted over its expensive white hood and I believe I’ve made my case.
When you buy a car that hasn’t moved in 13 years, there are a few things you need to look at before firing her up. After that, it’s adventure time.
Let’s take a nice leisurely stroll through hell.
Fake exhaust tips. Fake grilles. Fake windows. Fake fake fake. Everything is fake nowadays. You know why? It’s because you wanted it all. Yes, you.
Welcome to Paper Jam, the feature where we highlight the best automotive advertisements from the past! Print might be nearly dead, but our scanners are just getting warmed up.
It turns out that 2016's best electric car-related Internet prank isn’t the Tesla Model 3 after all. (Don’t worry, you’ll be able to buy one someday. Really, you will.) It was this, the shockingly elaborate website for the Chevrolet Jolt, a car that is 100 percent not real.
If you need automotive inspiration in your life, check out this guy’s 1970 Jeep Jeepster Commando daily-driver. It’s perfect in every way.