Remember this day, everyone. This is the day they came for our WETFARTs, and we did nothing. Today is the day that freedom died, in a moist burst, one last, damp eruption from our nation’s beautiful rectum of freedom. Yes, the state of California has recalled the legally-issued license plate that reads WETFART, and…
A reader recently inquired on the initial Tokyo Auto Salon 2017 post about if any vendors from China were present, and if so, how bad were they? Well... the answers are “yes” and “pretty pathetic.”
Good news; if you liked the style of the current BMW 4 Series you’re going to love the new look of the facelifted 2018 model, because you probably wont even notice a difference on the street.
You can leave home again. Pete Strickland, an American who as a young man served as a Johnny Appleseed of basketball in Ireland, is going back, this time to coach the Irish national team.
The 2017 Mini Countryman just might be the angriest (and potentially ugliest) little car ever mass produced, so at least now there’s the John Cooper Works Countryman to make it much more fun to drive.
The 3.5 liter, 640 horsepower Mercedes ‘M291' 180-degree 12 cylinder engine died twice: first when it repeatedly failed on the race track, and second when the entire racing series it was designed for came to an end.
Mitsubishi’s Wikipedia page lost its mind today, kind of like that time when the automaker decided to stop making cars to focus exclusively on compact crossovers, except with seemingly staggering amounts of drugs and dimensional insight this time.
I could never get into skiing. I mean, just your floppy vulnerable meat-sack of a body on two slippery devil-sticks is pretty dangerous, not to mention a bit too quiet for my tastes. Wouldn’t it be better in the nice, safe, noisy confines of a race truck? Going downhill seems too easy, too. Why not blast up the…
The 2018 Ford Mustang’s newly-revealed facelift has stirred up some disagreements here at Jalopnik’s lovely HQ on the lower decks of the container ship MV Mærsk Sea Dipshit. Our own Justin Westbrook called it “sad,” but I think it’s a pretty nice evolution of the design, and what the hell does Justin know, anyway,…
Who uses Crackle? Exactly. So rejoice, for Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee is moving the Netflix, according to New York Times media reporter John Koblin. Can someone say binge-watching?
Where is your range anxiety now?! For the first time ever, an all-electric vehicle finished one of the most grueling races on the planet: the Dakar Rally.
Super Mario Odyssey’s trailer was only a couple minutes long, but it was enough to get everyone hung up on was Mario’s bizarre appearance in a fictionalized version of NYC. The immediate comparison was that Odyssey reminded people of GTA, so it was only a matter of time before mods mashed together the whimsy of Odyssey…
UberEats says it’s able to deliver you “the food you want” at “Uber speed.” On Sunday, Florida police say a driver for the ride-hailing service added drive-by shooting to that equation: he reportedly shot up a pizza place in Tampa with a BB gun after getting into an argument with the restaurant’s owner.
President Barack Obama has commuted a large portion of Chelsea Manning’s sentence, the New York Times reports. Instead of having to stay in prison until 2045, Manning will be released on May 17 of this year, just five months from now.
If you own a car, and don’t relish the idea of missing an appointment or being stuck in a parking lot because your battery died, peace of mind only costs $43 today.
A Nigerian fighter jet struck a refugee camp in the northeast part of the country, reportedly killing more than 100 people. It’s the latest tragedy in a religious insurrection beset by tragedies for the country.
You might think there’s nothing refined about gasoline being pumped into your car’s engine to create big, loud, hot explosions. But one look at those gorgeous explosions and you might think these dirty gas engines are a bit more sophisticated than you gave them credit for.