Tesla Motors' website promises that the new Model S sedan is a car "so advanced it sets the new standard for premium performance" while delivering "unprecedented range and a thrilling drive experience." But visiting the Tesla Motors Club forums gives you an idea of what the other side of Tesla ownership is like: doors…
In 1983-1984, Pepsi in West Germany issued the 12 most awesome 330ml cola cans ever produced in the soft drink industry. The collectible set was named 'Welt Der Raumfahrt' i.e. 'The World of Spaceflight'.
People seem to be growing more and more impatient every single day. Two minutes for an iced venti mocha grande frappucino is enough to start a war. So it's no surprise that this person has to rush to try and beat this gate. Too bad the gate has other plans.
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Using exactly as much bare carbon fibre as nessessary, the McLaren P1's interior is just as about weight-saving as the rest of the car. Taking design clues from fighter jets, the P1 features a glass canopy overhead, while composites were used for the dashboard, floor, headlining, doors, rockers and the single…
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we'll provide the jams.
The avian Bluebird is one of the few members of the thrush family to call America home. In contrast, Nissan left the Bluebird nameplate at home, calling its mid-sizer the 4, 5, 6, and eventually 810 when sending it stateside. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe 610 is more rush than thrush, but will its price make you…
The production version of Alfa Romeo's compact mid-engined sports car will make its debut at the Geneva Motor Show. And after that, it's going to America! Alfa left the States in 1995, so I guess you really have to wait 18 years before you can officially enjoy porn.
Put one F60 on a deserted set of farm roads, and you get as close as you'll ever get to a Ferrari Enzo Gymkhana video.
The 2012 Coda Electric was the car that was supposed to put the established manufacturers on notice, like Tesla and Fisker are kind of doing. Of course, then Coda laid off pretty much everyone and the whole idea of competing kinda disappeared.
At the end of the day, the car business is just a business. It’s filled with PowerPoint presentations and projected earnings, and grey suits. Some executives do inject a bit of style into the proceedings.
Track driving is not something you can just immediately be very good at. It takes a lot of practice, and ideally you'd start in a slower car and work your way up to something fast. A Porsche 911 GT2 is not slow and isn't really the ideal car to learn in.
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Phil Remington wasn't just into racing. He was racing. But every race ends sooner or later, and at 92, Mr. Fix It had run his last lap. He passed away Friday.
A few months back, a tuning company called Milano Torino claimed they were going to make a retro custom car called the “Ferrari 770 Daytona.” That turned out to be vaporware when Ferrari’s lawyers got their website shut down. Now Milano Torino is back with another fake.
This is what it looks like to endo a Local Motors Rally Fighter, land on your wheels, and keep going.
Welcome to Rally Co-Driving Behind The Scenes, the series where I will be giving an inside look at the experiences and duties of a grassroots rally co-driver. From the planning which begins weeks in advance, to traveling to the event, to the duties and paperwork of the day before, to recce and preparation of notes,…
Jalopnik readers Sam and Doug saw this Porsche in Camden, Maine, completely buried by Winter Storm Nemo. This gives "drifting" a whole new meaning!
The New York Times recently tried to drive a Tesla Model S from Washington, DC to near Boston, MA using only Tesla's new Supercharger fast charging stations. They finished the trip on a flatbed. Tesla CEO Elon Musk has now taken to Twitter to express his displeasure. He says the story is "fake." Shots fired.