We all know General Motors needs to do something about the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu, and it's vowed there's some kind of fix to make the midsize sedan remotely competitive among increasingly talented rivals. So while a hurry-up-and-fix-things refresh (in the style of the 2013 Honda Civic) is underway, the marketing…
Ferrari announced this morning that the F150, the hypercar that will take the Enzo's place as the top Ferrari, will debut Geneva Motor Show (as we previously reported). But the curious thing is the way they did it: on what is supposedly their official Instagram page.
Everyone wish Jalopscribe Travis Okulski (at right, getting dragoned by Ray) a Happy Birthday!
Welcome to Used Car Face Off, where we find two similar or similarly priced used cars and ask you which one you would buy. Choose wisely!
Most of you were rightfully incredulous over the Los Angeles Police Department's shooting of two innocent women following a case of mistaken truck identity during their search for alleged killer ex-cop Christopher Dorner. How did the cops mistake the women's blue Toyota Tacoma for Dorner's gray Nissan Titan? Why did…
I know they're not to everyone's tastes, but I'm starting to like this trend towards these digital instrument panels being installed in everything from a Chevy Spark to basically the whole fleet of Jaguar and Land Rover products. Some of these are well done and are able to showcase a lot of information now that…
Musician, admitted domestic abuser and all-around awesome human being Chris Brown was involved in more vehicular mayhem this weekend, making headlines after he apparently crashed and totaled his Porsche while running from paparazzi.
I don't know if you guys heard about this or not, but the northeast got a teeny bit of snow the other day. Nothing too crazy, just about 30 inches in some areas. Thousands without power, people stuck on the freeways, NBD.
After a while, it gets hard to count all of the traffic laws that Russia's 'Black Devil' breaks in his many YouTube videos.
Welcome to Found Around The District, where we highlight fascinating cars we find around a city where people are too busy fighting through traffic and hunting for parking to drive anything interesting: Washington, D.C.
Well, look at that. General Motors' Australian subsidiary Holden dropped the first photos of their new Holden Commodore tonight, just like we expected.
This is not a BMW that drive your kids to school in. It's not a BMW some wealthy German businessman drives to an important meeting. It's not a BMW you buy to impress the neighbors.
Quick, what's your favorite car from the original The Fast & The Furious? (You know, the one from back when those movies were more or less about cars and street racing, not aircraft hijacking.)
America is a car country. We always have been, and we probably always will be. But as much as we all love driving, we have to recognize that there are some downsides to not having a first-rate rail system like Europe or Japan.
Any time we feature some crazily awful story out of Florida, it's typically from a newspaper or local TV news headline that contains these two words: "Florida Man." As in, "Florida man arrested again for tasering ex-wife," or "Florida man bites neighbor's thumb off." You get the idea.
I'm worried about Australia. They continued on with gloriously huge V8-driven, rear-wheel-drive sedans and utes long after the Americans gave up the ghost. Occasionally, they would make their way over here, but never for long. It left the rest of us longing for tire-smoking Aussie cars we would never get.
Ever since the photos of the BMW 3-Series GT dropped this week, I've been thinking a lot about hatchbacks.
There are a lot of reasons you should read the New York Times Magazine profile of nascent R&B superstar Frank Ocean. It gives some great insights into the creative process, decisiveness, and personal history of the man behind the best album of 2012, Channel Orange. (If you think differently, you're wrong.)