Leaked photos of teaser images of the next Ram truck’s front and rear ends have been circulating, and I finally realized what the headlight design reminds me of– it has the same LED accent-pincher as the current Dodge Charger.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has confirmed the eleventh death caused by an exploding Takata airbag. A 50 year-old woman died from her injuries following a collision while driving her 2001 Honda Civic on September 30th.
If you’re getting ready to make a joke like: “In Ukrainian, armored car drive you...” Yeah, that’s exactly what’s happening.
Every reformed brat knows the pain of lame Christmas presents. Like Star Trek toys when you’re really into Star Wars. Or a Sega Genesis game for your XBox One. That’s kind of what the Chevy Cruz SEMA concept feels like.
Last night, Elon Musk gave a surprise lecture in media ethics to the gathered reporters in the midst of a Q&A with reporters about Tesla’s new autonomous driving technology set to be deployed on its cars from now on. If you’re skeptical of self-driving technology, Musk said, “you’re killing people.”
Unusually for a car company, the Lynk & Co 01—the Volvo/Geely joint-venture SUV from an all-new global car brand—itself isn’t the most important part of what they’re trying to do. They want it to be a “smartphone on wheels,” and while that sounds like bad marketing hype, there’s truth to it, from how the cars will be…
Now’s the time when we escape from the office and go hunt down cool cars parked on the street. Today, I am on something of a mission.
Three-time Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton recently came under fire for Snapchatting from a dull press conference. Instead of snapping his own pics today, he waited for a break to let Haas F1 driver Romain Grosjean take a far more obvious photo for him—right in front of some of his most vocal critics.
Not a day goes by that I don’t see a comment or email from a reader pontificating about how excellent small, diesel-powered pickup trucks are. You still can’t buy enough in the U.S., but at least next year you’ll get to see them on race tracks!
This week Ram announced it will more than double its lineup of half-ton trucks in the Middle Eastern market while adding a completely new one: the Ram 1200. It’s a rebadged Mitsubishi L200/Triton Ram’s calling “a metric ton” pickup truck. Mitsubishi and (Fiat) Chrysler are at it again!
Back by unpopular demand is a juicy new PSA, or “Pile of Shit Announcement.” My inaugural post described my intention make amends after several years as a shady used car dealer, retiring my gold chains and hair gel to start caped crusade preventing the readers of Jalopnik from buying a lemon. Here’s one to avoid: the…
Henrik Fisker, from whose pen flowed the beautiful lines of the Aston Martin DB9 and V8 Vantage, the BMW Z8 and the Fisker Karma (RIP sorta), announced earlier this month that he would start up a new electric car company. Today, he took to Twitter and showed us this sleek profile of a car with up-swingy doors.
The Swedish Epa-Traktor was a phenomenon born out of wartime necessity, according to Curbside Classic. Farm equipment was hard to come by during World War II, so enterprising Swedes converted other vehicles into tractors. The conversions have stuck around by popular demand. Of course they get hooned.
Last month, DJI announced its very cool new Mavic Pro drone, a tiny, foldable, super smart UAV that can do lots of cool tricks. There’s just one problem: The shipment date has come and gone and customers who pre-ordered have no idea when they can expect to get their flying cameras.
Formula One is back in Austin, and with hundreds of thousands of people flying into the land of breakfast tacos and tourists in cowboy hats, you may be wondering what to do when the festivities at Circuit of the Americas end and you’re left to your own devices to amuse yourself. We’ve got your back.