Oh, the Bugatti Chiron. Six titanium exhaust pipes getting rid of whatever that two-stage quad-turbo eight-liter engine is spewing out of its 16 cylinders, and a double exhaust tip that does absolutely nothing. Form just doesn’t seem to follow function at the rear anymore.
I recently set out to answer the age-old question that every car shopper must eventually ask himself: Why would I buy a brand-new Honda Odyssey when I could get a used Aston Martin for the same price?
A delightfully enthusiastic video narrator caught this Rolls-Royce Wraith being seized from a parking space by an NYPD tow truck. After a brief screeching protest, the Roller abdicated while onlookers giggled.
The emblems on the back your car can sometimes be a symbol of status and a source of pride, but more often than not, they’re eyesores that would fare better as shiny belt buckles. Thankfully, I’ve devised a handy instructional video on how to remove your car’s emblems using nothing but basic hand tools.
An autonomous, self-driving car in Los Santos? What could go wrong?
Tribute bands are groups that exclusively play the music of a specific artist. Heavy metal band Raptor Command, though, isn’t that kind tribute band, but instead obsessively pays tribute to Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk by performing inspirational songs about him. Yes, it’s extremely strange. But also kind of…
Harry Metcalfe, formerly of EVO Magazine, recently picked up a $118,000 Jaguar phone app which happened to come with a free new XJR sport luxury sedan.
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Instead of fast Renaults and Seats, Volkswagen had to beat the Honda Civic Type R’s record this time, and with 305 horsepower on tap, their new GTI Clubsport S delivered, proving that a two-seater Golf can be very fast. VW claims it’s now the quickest front-wheel drive car around the legendary Nürburgring.
Don’t go to work—quit your life and do Saab things in your Saab!
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
Do you find today’s crop of crossovers to be a little too frou-frou for your tastes? Well, step right up and into today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Cherokee Sport because it’s not a crossover, it’s an old school all-roader. The only thing standing in its way, might be its price.
We learned this morning that Google plans to continue to develop its autonomous vehicle technologies with Fiat Chrysler, but only because initial talks with General Motors fell through—for the exact same reason BMW and Daimler backed out of a deal to help Apple with their its vehicle development. So what’s going on?
Think your job sucks? Think again.