The UAE is, in many ways, like the USA. It's a collection of 7 emirates (similar to our states) bound together by a federal government. Emiratis also love cars as much, or perhaps more than, the typical American.
If you're here reading Jalopnik, you probably enjoy the act of driving more than just about anything else. But could our days behind the wheel really be numbered?
Due to snow, Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick signs bill banning vehicle traffic after 4 p.m. today...
Remember when British comedy megastar Rowan Atkinson skirted death by crashing his McLaren F1 and lived to tell the tale? Well, he just got it fixed. He's probably very happy to get the supercar back, but I'm sure his insurance company is crying into their beers tonight.
They're too much fun to hoon to death.
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While other performance-oriented brands are figuring out ways to charge car buyers more and more (often more money for fewer features), Chrysler's SRT brand has the budget-minded enthusiast covered. Cheaper versions of their most powerful cars that forego the luxury features we don't care about? Yes, please.
Who is the first actor you think of when you think of motorsports? Paul Newman? James Garner? Steve McQueen? Patrick Dempsey? Jason Priestly? Tom Cruise?
The fastest car you'll ever drive is one you don't own. This is certainly true on media test drives, where automotive journalists have a tendency to indulge in a bit of vehicular mayhem.
We recently heard that Frank Ocean is converting his BMW to right-hand drive, like that Civic above. There is only one reason to make your car so demonstrably worse: because you're an asshole.
The great thing about rich people is that they buy new cars like mad and let the old ones go for pennies. Jalopnik readers know these ten most-depreciated cars of the past ten years.
When we watched a belligerent man bring an entire Italian town to a halt with an Austin Powers-esque 67-point turn, it all looked too good to be true. La Repubblica now reports that it was indeed a fake.
So it's snowing. We have a RWD American sedan with snow tires and a manual trans. Where should we do some donuts?
I hate to start my Friday morning by reporting bad news, but that's exactly what's coming out of Chesnee, South Carolina, where 50 Studebakers and several other classic cars were obliterated when a garage caught fire earlier this week.
Driving in Russia isn't safe. We've seen this over and over and over again. But at least walking on the sidewalk seemed somewhat safe.
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we'll provide the jams.
It begins! And ends, since a security guard made me get out of the parking garage and stop taking pictures like a perv.