All of us love seeing classic cars still on the road. There is something that stirs inside us to see some former legend of days before still prowling the streets. Many of us would love to have more than one of these beasts in their garage. But how many is too many? Some of us have the means to restore one or two.…
Sometimes carmakers turn out some modern classics and the market knows it.
It's Valentine's Day. That means the fellas and ladies out there have to get something special for their lucky significant others. Instead of flowers, why not get them some artwork? Some V8 artwork.
A letter from Jalopnik readers to Lindsay Lohan and all other terrible celebrity drivers: don’t buy these ten cars.
Have you ever wondered what a race would look like through the eyes of someone high on a hallucinogenic? No? Well, here's a possible answer to a question you've never asked.
Is the New York Police Department in the process of trading in their big American sedans and SUVs for the smaller, lighter, more drift-acular Scion FR-S? In a word: No.
Frenchman Frank Lecerf set off for the supermarket Saturday morning, like he does every Saturday morning. An hour later his car was in a ditch in Belgium after he led police on a wild 125 MPH chase. The reason? He claims his car accelerated on its own.
A VW for Italians! It's red, it's compact, and it can take Italian traffic/parking. The Cross up! is coming to Geneva.
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As promised, Tesla CEO and founder Elon Musk has fired back against New York Times reporter John M. Broder's ill-fated test drive of the Model S, and he has done so with data logs from the car. And these logs appear, at least, to contradict some of what Broder wrote in his story.
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we'll provide the jams.
Well we've already seen Ford's FG Falcon (which, despite entirely new frames for the COTF generation, runs a body identical to that used in 2012), Holden's VF Commondore (which is significantly changed from the VE entry run in 2012) and Kelly Racing's Nissan Altima (which is, like the Erebus Mercedes, a V8 Supercar…
In Hollywood lingo, the Martini Shot is the final set up of the day after which you get your drunk on. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe 1982 Accord might be staring in a European flick because it’s painted in Martini livery, but will its price have you yelling action!?
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The Seat Leon SC is the Spanish idea of a VW Golf Coupe on sale in Europe with anything between 105 to 184 horses. Like?
Let's not beat around the proverbial shrubbery: I'm lucky enough to have an awesome job as Motorsport Communications Manager for a leading energy drink manufacturer and it would be pretty damn rude of me to keep this fun-fuelled life all to myself.
Predating the FF by 25 years, the 408 was conceived in 1987 in order to promote a nascent Ferrari-branded engineering consultancy, similar to long-running operations ran by Porsche and Lotus.
Every so often, you see a drier in the field who is hopelessly slower than his or her teammate, but always seems to get a seat for the next season. This person is what we call a pay driver.
For 2005, Honda started offering a hybrid version of the Accord with a V6 engine, a first in the segment.
I remember it like yesterday. The email came through in January of last year from Katherine Legge, telling me she’d hooked up with this fabulous new sponsor, TrueCar, but I couldn’t say a word about it until, unless the team she was joining was named. So I kept my trap shut and waited until, finally, Katherine was…