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Why would the police deny an unmarked cruiser was pursuing a maniac on a go-cart down a California highway? Probably either a miscommunication, viral marketing stunt or alien conspiracy.
A 25-year-old woman was killed in Chicago Friday morning when a commercial truck crushed the bike-share bicycle she was riding, reports say. She appears to be the first fatality in any bike-share incident in the U.S. since such programs were introduced in 2007.
The Rolls-Royce Wraith weighs 5,380 pounds, or roughly as much as a small moon. Rolls-Royce, despite our pleas and admonishments, thinks it’s a good idea to take that much mass around the Nürburgring. Now see it in all its wallowing glory, and hear its tires scream.
There are some troubling new details about the deadly crash involving Tesla Autodrive. Police have confirmed that they found a DVD player in the car of a man who died earlier this week after his Telsa Model S hit a truck while in Autopilot mode. He was reportedly watching a Harry Potter movie when it happened.
Is it possible to fly to Japan, buy a car blind, fix it up, and run in a pro-am drift event in two days? Watch this guy find out!
Well, this is interesting. Amazon is currently offering Prime members the chance to purchase a $100 Amazon gift card plus a 2200mAh keychain USB charger for $100. Assuming you’re going to use the gift card anyway, that’s like getting the charger for free.
Hello, humans of Jalopnik, and welcome to your weekly dose of Letters to Doug, everyone’s favorite column wherein you send me a letter and I prattle on about something that’s only tangentially related while simultaneously insulting the Audi Allroad.
Having already checked out some of the more interesting cars of Manhattan, let’s go see what cars we can find in one of Brooklyn’s leafier neighborhoods.
Summer isn’t kind to your wiper blades, so if you’ve been struggling to see the road through streaks on your windshield, Amazon’s offering up a pair of Bosch Insight Blades for just $22 right now. Just pick the two you need, add them to your cart, and the discount should appear automatically. The deal even allows you…
BOARD UP WINDOWS, BUY EGGS BREAD MILK, ‘SHOCK CRISIS TALKS’ CONTINUING OVER TOP GEAR, NETANYAHU MEETING WITH ABBAS OVER EVANS, POSSIBLE DEAL TO BE STRUCK, RUMORS OF JESSE JACKSON INVOLVEMENT
Reminder: do not drive your go kart on the highway.
At $18,900, the cheapest convertible you can buy in 2016 is also the cutest! I still love Smart cars no matter what the guys down at the truck pull say.
A grim milestone has been set in the history of automobiles: the first person was killed while a semi-autonomous car was driving. While it will be up to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to officially determine what went wrong, this circumstances of this accident, coupled with a similar, much more…
When I think “unfortunate mistake,” I think about getting handed the wrong change at the grocery store. I don’t think about having my nice day spoiled by an ever-loving supersonic missile!
Every year, the Formula One Austrian Grand Prix seems to be Red Bull’s opportunity to remind the world that their eXtrEme garbage beverage of choice comes from the central European nation, and to celebrate that heritage. Really, though, look at these matching lederhosen race suits. That’s too much, you guys.
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It’s no surprise that most drifters are broke ex-skaters in janky old Nissans. It’s a cheap motorsport, at least comparatively. But drifting is getting ever-higher profile, and that means more and more expensive cars are going sideways. That is to say they’re out here drifting Ferraris.