The bizarre reports of a “sonic weapon” allegedly turned on American and Canadian diplomats in Havana, Cuba, are getting more and more curious, if not disturbing, by the day.
Police arrested a man while he watching the solar eclipse on Monday because he stopped to look up and was caught next to the car he had recently stolen.
Years later the Sonos PLAYBAR is still the best sound bar for most people, and still just as rarely discounted. Take advantage of this opportunity to snag a free $40 gift card and six months of Music Unlimited if you’ve been in the market for one. I’ve loved mine since 2013.
If you’ve ever been haggled down from the asking price on a car you were selling, you know what it’s like to feel like you didn’t originally ask for enough. You kind of feel cheated. Turns out there could be a really easy way to trick people into handing you more money than the car you’re selling may even be worth.
Audi just can’t seem to keep its hands out of the cookie jar.
Car commercials, in general, suck, lavishly and sloppily. So when a series of commercials for a car comes along that exhibits a true mastery of the craft, it deserves to be recognized. That’s why I’d like to invite all of you to experience this series of commercials for a Kei car called the Daihatsu Wake.
Harley-Davidson has just announced five new Touring bikes and eight new Softail cruisers in a huge revamp of its lineup, along with the demise of the long-running Dyna machines. For those who have been asking how H-D hopes to stay relevant as its core customer base gets too old to ride, here’s its answer.
Can you believe it? Porsche has built one million 911s over a span of 54 years. That is a lot of freaking cars. And, to celebrate, it made the one-millionth 911 a special one. Here are some gorgeous photos of it cruising around Manhattan. The City that Hates Cars looks good on it.
I feel a little weird writing yet another Audi-and-numbers story in just one day, but sometimes fate has some funny ideas. Today Audi informed the world that it is changing its vehicle nomenclature system with the addition of a two-digit code that, as far as I can tell, will solve the problem of people not being…
So far, 2017 hasn’t given us much to look at, unless you enjoy watching protracted dumpster fires. So, of course, the logical thing to do is to look back. Ten years, to be exact, which brings us to 2007 and the birth one of the greatest terrible car movies ever made: Redline.
Hey, A.V. Club reader. This is it. Our site is now live on Kinja, bringing The A.V. Club into the same publishing fold as the rest of our new friends at the Gizmodo Media Group, and completing a transformation that has been many arduous, anxious months in the execution. We’re gonna try not to break it.
We like to say that the Mazda Miata is always the answer, and there’s one big reason for that: it is kind of incredible how, in the Miata’s nearly 30 year history, the company never managed to screw it up.
Some wallets do cards well. Others excel at cash. Basically none are good for coins. But Slide is remarkably adept at all three.
If you were to spot someone furtively stuffing bottles of ammonia, large blocks of Swiss cheese, and an embalmed marmot into a large duffel bag while looking around nervously, you’d probably think that something was up. You wouldn’t really have any idea what, exactly, was up, but it sure as hell feels like some kind…
The new Honda Civic Type R is a masterpiece of track-ready hot-hatch insanity, but when it comes to simple burnouts, it’s not the best. Even with 2016 Indianapolis 500 winner and ex-Formula One driver Alexander Rossi behind the wheel, the new Civic Type R just didn’t want to smoke the meats.