We see Mercedes G-Wagens parked in the city ever day. Incredibly capable off-road machines forced into a life of slavery; shuttling pretty people between appointments in offices. Behind that chrome facade is heart of sadness. Set your G-Wagen free. Send it to this place.
The Fifth Element is one of those movies you can’t help but watch all the way through whenever it’s on TV. There are just too many wonderful moments to miss, but clearly Adam Savage’s favorite was the reveal of the Zorg ZF-1 blaster. Why else would he spend over 10 years building a replica of his own?
Car badges! Useless? For a period of several decades, mostly yes.
In Colorado Springs, some disgraceful human being decided to steal a woman’s beloved Jeep Cherokee Sport while she was inflating her tires at a gas station. But the thief didn’t get far thanks to the heroic efforts of a selfless 4.0-liter inline-six.
Intense videos are emerging of people escaping Boston’s Orange Line at Back Bay station as the station fills with smoke.
Without question, the modern era of the most famous race in the world—the 24 Hours of Le Mans—has belonged to Audi. That comes to an end this year. This is the way things had to go.
I suspect that an alarming number of our readers are too young to remember CARtoons, the only magazine in the history of humankind dedicated to goofy comic strips about cars. It was wonderful. It also may have been one of the most accurate predictors of cars of today.
The late 90's Dodge Viper GTS, the most Viper of all Vipers, was rated to 11 MPG city and 21 MPG highway by the arbiters of efficiency ratings at the EPA. Let’s see how hard it is to actually hit those numbers in one of these cars today.
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Backing up a trailer is one of the most ceaselessly counter-intuitive procedures in the world of trucks (or at least everyone else tells me it is), but not if you have an F-150 equipped with Pro Trailer Backup Assist. At least, that’s what Ford told me when they lent me this $67,270 optioned-out pickup. I borrowed a…
Rather, this is what happens when you put Vaughn Gittin Jr.’s Formula Drift Mustang on Barcelona’s F1 circuit. Turns three and four, all 3,200 feet of them, linked and shredded.
The Toyota Hilux is supposed to be right behind cockroaches and John McClane on our comprehensive list of “hardest things to kill.” But looks like we might have finally found this supertruck’s kryptonite: evasive maneuvering.
Back in June, it was revealed that for the first time ever, Playmobil planned to branch out from its normal historical and generic toys with sets featuring characters and vehicles from popular movies, starting with the Ghostbusters. A few months later we finally have our first look at a few of those playsets,…
The Porsche 911 is possibly one of the most delightfully stubborn cars ever. Porsche has retained the 911's rear-engine layout since it evolved from the KdF-Wagens back in the 1930s. As much as I love an ass-engine, there are times when it may not be the best solution, and now even Porsche seems to agree, at least on…
Vantrue’s popular dash cams are back on sale, and this time around, you get to choose from two different models.
When I was in Mexico I would only flag down Nissan Tsuru taxi cabs. I couldn’t speak the language, but I felt a bond with the driver that chose such a pure and simple car. Nissan will soon cease production of the Tsuru, aka the Sentra from the early 1990s, due to growing criticism about its safety.
The first ever Formula Off-Road USA event happened earlier this month in Bikini Bottoms Off-Road park in Tennessee. And veteran driver Ólafur Bragi Jónsson flew in from Iceland, taking his 600-plus horsepower car nicknamed “The Fox,” and showing the world how the big dogs do it.
The future is coming, and fast. Some estimates suggests that the future is approaching us at an astounding rate of 3600 seconds per hour. That means we’d better get ready for the car of the future, because it’s on its way. Luckily, we now know the fifteen things people want the least from the cars they’ve yet to buy.