What was once Ducati’s entry level answer to the Harley-Davidson Sportster is now the Italian firm’s most powerful naked to-date. But have the boys in Bologna added enough power? »
A private team from Israel has become the first to secure a launch contract to loft a rover into space and, with any luck, on to the moon in the second half of 2017. »
GM’s LS engines are ubiquitous in the world of performance here in America. These modern V8s get swapped into everything from Dodge Vipers to Mazda RX-7s. Why? Why are they so good? »
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Picture this: You’re buying a new car from a Chrysler dealer, and they say you can get another $200 available from the factory on your purchase. Then they ask you to sign a document which contains a binding arbitration clause. »
This tiny video brings up so many more questions than it answers. It appears to be some sort of Russian security camera footage, but the car appears to be right-hand drive? I think? And, more importantly, what the the hell is wrong with this guy?
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams. »
Yes, he even got this incredibly rare, super expensive, one of a kind 1953 Porsche a little sideways. Because it’s Chris Harris, and that’s just what he does. »
The Honda Odyssey: Possibly the most common, yet simultaneously the most premium minivan in America. With such a blind, almost cultish following and a constant flow of repeat buyers, there must be something to the buzz. Right?
The robot cars are here! The robot cars are here! For the first time in the US, driverless shuttles will zip around employees of a Northern California office park. The first public trials are set to start next summer, pending local approval. »
It’s really just a shorter clip from a longer video about the elimination of pink bollworms, a type of moth, that feed on cotton crops. And that’s kind of boring, to me! But instead just imagine your face positioned right behind that irradiated moth cannon, and then imagine all the nightmares you’ll have from that… »
It appears that the U.S. Treasury is officially asking Toyota why their trucks keep showing up on CNN carrying ISIS radicals and machine guns all over the Middle East. Poor Toyota, all they did was make a great desert utility vehicle and the dang terrorists had to go and make them look like an official sponsor of evil. »
It would seem like we have plenty of car makers to pick from, but here in the US, I can’t help but always feel that there’s all sorts of holes left in the market. Most people keep getting shunted to the same half-dozen or so brands, and as a result we end up with streets full of remarkably homogenous cars. Maybe we… »
Ford’s chief truck communications man just coyly shared some pictures of Troller 4x4s stomping around in the Brazilian sand. To respark rumors of the Bronco’s return? Nah. Why would somebody go and do a thing like that. »
The pilot of American Airlines Flight 550 from Phoenix, AZ to Boston, MA passed away during the flight on Monday. According to a medical examiner, Captain Michael Johnston, who was 57 years old, died of natural causes. The aircraft’s co-pilot declared an emergency and quickly diverted the Airbus A320 to a safe landing… »
Robert O’Neill, the self-proclaimed man who killed Osama Bin Laden, has been labeled by ISIS as their number one target in a recent online postings. Not only did a British ISIS agent give instructions on how to kill the ex-Navy SEAL, but also where to find him. This information is said to have been shared many times… »