~$200 robotic vacuums aren’t anything new. But $200 robotic vacuums from a name brand like Samsung don’t come around often. The Samsung POWERbot R7010 features a ton of vacuuming power, a suite of nine sensors that help it map out your room, and mercifully, a washable filter. It debuted in April for over $400, and now…
We can’t help it: sometimes we just hate certain cars. It could be because of the way they look, drive or how they were made. This can happen despite the badge it wears on its nose.
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Yesterday, much of the country came together in awe to witness a cosmic phenomenon. Today, we can come together once more and bask in the most glorious small-truck news in recent memory: the Hyundai Santa Cruz is for sure coming to the U.S. market!
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Sure, Ken Block’s Gymkhana videos have all of the stunts and precision driving you could have ever dreamed of being able to do and all of the street closures you wish you had the money to buy, but they’ve never been set entirely on dirt—deep, deep mounds of dirt. Well, welcome to “Terrakhana.” Stay awhile.
The British have always managed to pull off aggressive and stunningly stylish cars, and it seems they’re beginning to be appreciated in an all new light. Just a day after the first American-ized McLaren F1 became the most expensive British car ever sold, this 1956 Aston Martin DBR1 beat it out to claim the title for…
Here you are, ready to attack the workday in your Mercedes-Benz SLC! Look at you go! Reach for the stars and make your dreams come true.
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 Chrysler Executive has an extended wheelbase and a dashboard that talks. Let’s see if this rare K-car also has a price that speaks to you longingly.
If you missed out on our exclusive Privé Revaux discount last week, here’s another chance to pick from 37 different frames for just $22 each in today’s Gold Box, because you need sunglasses year ‘round. This price is for today only, so don’t let the sun set on your new pair.
I’d like to imagine the driver of this early T-top’d MR2 is listening to something like the Boston Legal theme song.
The 600-horsepower 1991 Mazda RX-7 IMSA GTO is a four-rotor symphony of mighty Wankel engine sounds. Pro racer Joel Miller stuck a camera on his helmet so you can experience all the loud noises from home—that is, if you can crank your home stereo up to “definite noise violation from two counties away.”
This mini documentary on Miami’s most powerful speedboats is actually pretty interesting and colorful, but the officially-licensed Lamborghini boat “Raging Bull” is, just, good grief.
Somewhere deep in the Earth’s irritable bowels below Los Angeles there lies a parking garage with one spot so gloriously wide, so completely ensconced by paint and concrete that if you can claim it, your chances of collecting new dents in your doors while parked drops to almost zero. Imagine it.
Necessity is the mother of invention, but has no familial relation to good design. Sticking two cups of different sizes together and hoping they don’t spill is medieval (not literally, it’s actually 19th century), and even in modern shakers, the process of getting the shaken beverage out of the shaker is sleight of…
Its platform-mate, the BMW Z4, dropped this weekend at Pebble Beach. But where is the new Toyota Supra? It’s out there, away from the glitz and glamour of the Concours, running around with the people, on actual city streets. Just covered in camo. Still.
For months, even years, amateur astronomers, photographers, and anyone wanting the best possible view of today’s solar eclipse have been planning trips into the phenomenon’s path of totality. Now that it’s over, all that’s left are millions of grainy Instagram photos—and a traffic nightmare that traces the same path…
I’m a big fan of today’s eclipse. It hit my little patch of land during the brightest part of the day, partially obscuring the sun and providing very welcome shade. But our sadly partial view of the natural eclipse was not as cool as the world’s fastest Mitsubishi Eclipse, which has over 1,200 horsepower.