When Volkswagen copped to cheating on diesel emissions way back in September, few people expected the mess to drag on for 10 months after that. But here we are approaching July, and at last, Volkswagen’s settlement with regulators should be made public tomorrow. As for how the cheating diesel cars will be fixed, well,…
Singapore Airlines flight 368, a Boeing 777 flying from Singapore to Milan, was two hours into the journey when its captain noticed an oil warning light forcing him to turn back, according to China Aviation Daily. The raging inferno which you see above is what happened to the plane after it landed.
The smart city is on the horizon, and if Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs has anything to do with it, it’ll have subsidized ride-sharing, “Airbnb for cars,” and AI that helps parking cops fine the most people.
The night, I’m told, is dark and full of terrors. That’s why we have lights on our cars. And while lighting is unquestionably better than it’s ever been, ironically, two pieces of relatively new lighting technology actually seem to be making things worse, visibility-wise, partially because they’re too good. Let me…
This is the first heritage edition of the new new Ford GT, and it pays tribute to the black-over-gold original Ford GT40 that came 1-2-3 in the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans. It’s a bit of a snub, if you think about it.
A few weeks ago, I decided to give back to my readers by announcing that I’d be giving away a 2001 Volkswagen Jetta VR6 to the starry-eyed dreamer that gave me their best and most insane project ideas for the car. It was tough, but I’ve finally managed to narrow it down to 10 finalists. Your butts—hold on to ‘em.
The Navy already has a real attack laser that can burn planes out of the sky, which is terrifying enough. Now they’ve announced they’re going to test one that is five times as powerful.
The E36 M3: A masterpiece of engineering that could only have been created by the kind of mind able to focus on a singular purpose to the exclusion of all other consequences. Unfortunately, the example that I found had suffered unfathomable, intentional abuse at the hands of a ruthless tyrant that brought the engine…
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Pour some out for the American cousin of Top Gear and its affable hosts Rutledge Wood, Tanner Foust and Adam Ferrara. Tuesday night’s episode of Top Gear USA on the History Channel will be the show’s last—at least for now, and on that network.
Beware this new Los Angeles attraction if you’re afraid of heights. I know I am because nope.
The car interior of the future, as accurately predicted by the 1981 Mazda MX-81 Aria concept!
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
Whether you’re leaving your cat alone for a weekend, or just want to keep your pets satisfied (i.e. quiet) on mornings when you’re sleeping in, Amazon’s deeply discounting a bunch of PetSafe automatic feeders and drinking fountains, today only in Amazon’s Gold Box.
Let’s check off the bonafides of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Toyota truck, shall we? It’s a 4X4, it rocks the turbo 22RE and a five speed stick. Lastly, its a rare and funky Custom Cab, making it one long truck. Let’s see if its price has you longing for it to be cheaper.
Fast cars, elegant wallpapers. That’s what we’re all about here at Jalopnik, right? Right. Perhaps the first one is slightly higher up on the list, but hey—both are nice to have.
I spotted this lovely vintage BMW in Cape May, NJ. Of course, you must read the great David E. Davis Jr’s review of this car from the pages of Car and Driver in 1968 .
Sonoma Raceway proved once again why it’s one of the most interesting races on the NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule. Holy crap, the last lap delivered.