Hmm... that couldn’t be the GT2 RS, could it Porsche? The car you wouldn’t acknowledge existed?
Rob loved his Toyota MR2 and then one day a jealous Prius decided that the lovely Japanese convertible had to die. Rob’s car was hit and totaled. Now Rob is looking for something light, fun and cheap that would make for a good replacement. What car should he buy?
I don’t really understand why we will willingly watch things that frustrate us to the degree that your blood pressure gets so high all it makes your blood filler cap pop off. This video of a person trying to parallel park a Honda Accord into a generously-sized space is one of those things.
At first glance, Baby Driver doesn’t look like it uses genre conventions in the way that Edgar Wright’s other works have. While you can easily see the homages to zombie horror and paranoid sci-fi in Shaun of the Dead and World’s End, the fusion at the heart of Baby Driver’s DNA is initially more elusive to parse. But…
The Aston Martin Vulcan is a wonderful machine, wonderful in that it is a gigantic seven-liter V12 track car built for no purpose other than to split Ferrari engineers eardrums. For some reason, Aston Martin gave it more wings.
“That escalated quickly.” I know it’s a cliché, albeit a fitting one for a hill climb race. But it’s all I could think about after our car—a salvage-title C7 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 street car transformed into a race car in just a few desperate weeks—not only survived the Pikes Peak Hill Climb but finished just one…
Whether you’re filling tires or firing pneumatic tools, this 4.5 star-rated Bostitch electric pancake compressor is a great addition to any garage, and you can pick it up for $99 in today’s Gold Box. That’s $70 less than usual, and the best price Amazon’s ever listed.
Automakers have come up with some creative incentives and rebates in order to make the sale price a bit more palatable. One of the more, uh, interesting ones is a rebate offered by a Fiat Chrysler dealer for having a low credit score. I can’t say I’m surprised.
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Baby Driver is the latest film by cult movie director Edgar Wright, who gave the world Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz. The one’s a heist-thriller quasi-musical love story that’s, oddly enough, easily Wright’s least energetic film with disappointing action and a story that makes a lot of noise but doesn’t really take…
One hundred and thirty feet underground, this dystopian station might looks like a bunker in the Fallout games, but at least the trains aren’t late. After all, it’s in Japan.
Cars: they are just motorcycles with four wheels instead of two. Prove me wrong.
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
You may have noticed my recent fascination with defunt marques, an enchantment that extends to today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Firebird. Pontiac may be dead, but you’ll need to decide if this restored big block is priced to bury the competition.
Mark your calendars, because Amazon’s third annual Prime Day is July 11, with the deals actually kicking off at 9PM ET the night before.
I happened to see someone’s happy birthday post on Facebook that featured a remarkable Toyota Crown cake. This thing was the Finnegan’s Wake of automotive cakes. I’m pretty sure I’ve never seen a better car-cake. Curious, I found out who made it, and, oh boy, if car-cakes are your thing, put down a dropcloth to catch…
The Trump administration has kept airlines and nations on edge as it weighed a decision to expand an in-flight ban on electronics larger than a smartphone. On Wednesday, the administration announced that it will not expand the ban, and it will lift be lifted in countries that were already affected. But the terms of…
Long before everyone had machines on their desks, laps, and in their pockets capable of providing them with pornography from a global pornography-distribution network, people had to distribute hardcore pornography on celluloid film, like animals. The earliest example seems to be a 1915 movie that revolves around a car.