Quite possibly the most fantastically invisible car on sale today, the Toyota Avalon, is in my hands. What do you want to know about it?
You’re a careful driver, right? I mean, you look where you want to go, you keep your hands on the wheel, you don’t text, all that good stuff, and that’s why you’re so safe. I get it. Now, tell me, Captain Safe, what do you do when the earth opens up under your car, like it did for this Peruvian family?
At the Delhi Auto Show, Nissan’s division for “high-growth” markets, Datsun, showed a concept based on their entry-level Go platform, and it suggests a refreshingly optimistic view of the future of car-buying in countries like India.
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Hard enduro riding is one of the craziest things you’ll ever see someone do on a motorcycle. It looks at things us mere mortals think are impossible and rides right over the top of them. Hard enduro contests get a bunch of these crazies together, try and find stuff even they can’t ride over, and then make it a race.…
If you ever wanted a graphic demonstration of wicked, terminal understeer—here you go. This is a Volvo V60 Cross Country that my coworker Mike Ballaban was driving last week out in the snow.
Unless targeted at collectors who are happy to pay a premium for details and accuracy, toy versions of exotic sport cars rarely bear more than a passing resemblance to their real-life counterparts. So what happened here, because Playmobil’s Porsche 911 Carrera S is a near flawless replica.
Good Morning! Welcome to The Morning Shift, your roundup of the auto news you crave, all in one place every weekday morning. Here are the important stories you need to know.
McLaren’s customer team Tekno Autosports won the Bathurst 12 Hour with the new 650S GT3 and set a new lap record. Thanks to that, you win new wallpapers.
A 681 horsepower V12, four-wheel steering, a more aerodynamic body and a historic name. In short, that’s Ferrari’s all-wheel drive offering for 2017. Forget the Ferrari FF, it’s called the GTC4 Lusso now.
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Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Audi has a wild ‘80s-tastic digital dash, and it still works! The rest of the car isn’t half bad either, but let’s see if its price has has too many digits to get anyone to dashing to buy it.
As the sun sets on Super Bowl Sunday, here’s a bit of a peaceful break from your football-filled timelines and lives—courtesy of the open road and a Subaru.
Welcome to Paper Jam, the feature where we highlight the best automotive advertisements from the past! Print might be nearly dead, but our scanners are just getting warmed up.
A Texas man went into his local Taco Bueno to apply for a job on Tuesday night, but left with something even better. Temporarily. The hopeful job applicant walked out of the restaurant and straight into a newly acquired car—one he stole from the parking lot. That, folks, is how you (do not) secure a job.
While Volkswagen hasn’t decided on the methods by which it will compensate the U.S. owners affected by its Dieselgate scandal of last year, the company’s new hire overseeing the issue is confident in how customers will react: well.
I’m told today there’s a big race (?) of some sort today, but it doesn’t involve anyone driving anything, somehow. I’m also told a non-spherical “ball” is involved, which makes no sense either. I checked it out, and it seems to be true, this “Superb Bowl.” Let’s try to jam some cars into this mess.
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