It’s begun, everyone: the world’s first commercial shipment via driver-free truck has just been completed. The cargo? Well, a human staple, of course: beer. 51,744 cans of Budweiser, to be exact.
Months after Toyota killed off youth brand Scion, the name got picked up again by none other than brilliant businessman and in-no-way-a-failure Donald Trump. He’s using it for his new line of youth-oriented hotels.
When it comes to car buying, the advice of focusing on total cost instead of monthly payments has been around for a while. But people are creatures of habit and get help but get caught up in the monthly payment mindset. There is, however, a right and a wrong way to do this.
If you don’t immediately think jeans when you think Levi’s, I think it’s time to come out of that 100 year old rock you’ve been living under. With men’s 505s and 511s only $30 for Prime members on Amazon, today only, you’ll be able to come out of that rock wearing really great pants. But you’d better hurry, because …
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We may never know why the person couldn’t stop when they lost a tire, but I’m pretty sure they made the wrong choice.
Sure, why not.
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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There are many geographic locales named for the explorers who found them. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Ford Explorer could help you reach some of those, owing to its Roush-improved motor and AWD. That is, if its price doesn’t put you off the Trac.
At least two suspects are still at large after shooting 14 rounds at a police car in a high speed pursuit. All this was witnessed by the cruiser’s dash cam and a ride-along passenger, who was reduced to tears as she was hit with windshield glass broken by bullets.
When it gave the Tesla Model S an unprecedented 103 out of 100 score last August, Consumer Reports looked like it might try to marry Elon Musk’s company and have its little electric car babies. But after a year of disappointments, trust violations and janky-ass door handles, it seems the magazine can no longer…
The 1988 Suzuki Cervo was the first production car in the world with electric power steering, or EPS, a system developed by Japanese auto supplier Koyo (now JTEKT). The new system was more efficient than traditional hydraulic pump-driven systems that were prominent at the time, and today, almost all new small cars…
Here is an incomplete list of teams and clubs of buddies drifting in the United States. Their names are truly fantastic.
An absolutely unbelievably perfect blue 2002 Subaru WRX was stolen from Brooklyn, New York City this morning after years of maintenance, tunes and modifications from a loving owner. If looking into those sad bugeyed headlights makes you angry cry at the thought that someone could snatch it from a loving home, help us…
The Honda Fuel Cell Clarity sedan has a 366-mile range! Hooray! In other news, I also have one hundred million Italian lira stashed in a shoebox under my bed in Brooklyn. Both are about equally useful.
Hey plebes! The Camaro ZL1 can trash your dumb car around the Nürburgring. If you own anything other than a ZL1, consider yourself a resident of Lametown, USA. Or, uh, Germany, I guess.
The third season of the acclaimed thought-provoking British series that satirizes and examines our modern technology-marinated lives has just been released on Netflix. The first episode, Nosedive, is primarily a scathing take on social media, but it also describes one of the most plausibly grim futures for cars.