I hope that Limp Bizkit hat is Snell rated.
I hope that Limp Bizkit hat is Snell rated.
Even the kids in Citroën’s press images are cool. This kid posing on a giant donut next to the new C3 airbumps is more rad than any of us could ever hope to be.
The Toyobaru twins were always seen as throwbacks to the days of old AE86s and the drifting manga that made them famous. Now Toyota of the UK is completing the circle with an Initial D-tribute concept car.
Norway is basically the land of Tesla thanks to a massive effort by the government to incentivize EV sales, with Elon Musk’s company gladly supplying the cars. But Tesla may have to give something back to its Norwegian customers thanks to a dispute over the Model S P85D’s advertised power output.
Joe and Kate bought a Dodge Journey from Fiat Chyrsler of Australia and what followed was three years of torture, according to the couple who made a big, big spectacle out of crushing their “Lemon” with a tank.
Sleeping is good until you realize it’s just practice for the dark nothingness of death. If you fall asleep behind the wheel and crash you may not even feel the difference.
As the initial shock of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union sinks in, it’s time to assess the details and look to the future. There are certainly more important concerns, but if you’re planning a summer trip overseas, one of yours may be, “How’s this Brexit stuff gonna affect my vacation?” We’ve got answers.
The 2017 Porsche Panamera cleaned up so nice that it’s my new automotive crush. That’s the good news. The bad news is I can’t afford one.
Stop lights and stop signs are normally considered the bane of all car-loving existence. But clearly we need them. The alternative is terrifying, fraught with chaos and also possibly wanton destruction. As the annoying guy shooting the video says, “this is what happens when you let humanity use judgement.”
Subaru’s factory-backed driver and madman Mark Higgins broke the Isle of Man record this year for four-wheeled vehicles not once but twice in one week. The lovely folks over at Subaru had me out to the Isle of Man to take a close look at the car. I can tell you they didn’t just build a car—they built a weapon.
Have you ever stared at an ornamental cactus on your desk and thought to yourself, “Sure, I’d drive that?” Stare no longer. Now you can have a little cactus for a car in the form of Citroën’s new Cactus-airbump-clad C3.
We’ve seen omnidirectional wheels installed on forklifts that have to deftly maneuver around crowded warehouses, but William Liddiard has invented a set that allow his Toyota Echo to move in any direction, spin 360-degrees, and slide into a parking spot making parallel parking easier than actual driving.
Recently retired Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is living the dream now that he no longer has to plow through defensive lines. Just watch Beast Mode have the time of his life in this hilarious car review video.
A few weeks ago, a friend and Jalopnik reader—I’ll call him “Dave,” because that’s his name—got a new Jaguar F-Type with a stick shift. Naturally, I did what any normal friend would do: I congratulated him on the car. Then I invited myself to drive the car and film a video with it.
In all my years at racetracks around the world, there’s one button I’ve never pressed. But this weekend, I pushed it, and I pushed it, and I kept pushing it until I could push it no more.
Today only, Amazon’s offering great discounts on a selection of Wenzel tents, ranging from $45 for a basic 3-person model to $120 for a cabin-like 8-person option, complete with a screened porch, natch. Be sure to head over to Amazon to see all of the options, and remember that these prices are only available today,…
Imagine a future full of electric cars where everyone’s a passenger. Where traffic is not only managed but controlled by a digital network. Where on-demand ride-sharing services have become the norm, and the only human drivers are emergency crews behind the wheel of super-fast vintage “antiques” tasked with taking…
Just because this Huffy Carnage is sold by Walmart as a mountain bike doesn’t necessarily mean it can handle a legit downhill mountain run, as Phil Kmetz discovered after spending $180 on one. Halfway through his ride the bike’s brake pads were almost completely gone, and after the first jump its handlebars broke and…
After an unprecedented $14.7 billion settlement released yesterday, we learned that Volkswagen will offer to buy back nearly 500,000 four-cylinder diesel cars affected by the emissions cheating scandal in the U.S. But what is the fate of the cars once they’ve been bought back? Are they all doomed?