Se7ens: they're good for trackdays, but can they handle the rough roads of tarmac rallying? Yes. Like you wouldn't believe.
With the massive proliferation of cheap GoPros and other cameras, it seems like every second of Russia's free-for-all roads are now recorded. These are the thirteen most unbelievable moments from the year.
The Harlem Shake is a lot like Gangnam Style and Call Me Maybe, in that there are videos all over the interwebs mimicking it and I have precisely no clue what it is. Oh look, here's IndyCar driver Josef Newgarden dancing on the race track.
We've known for some time that Toyota has been working on a roofless version of the sportscar we know as the Scion FR-S. Today, we know what it will look like.
Remember the Chevy Aveo? You probably wish that you didn't. Chevy also hopes you don't. That's why they brought out this, the Sonic RS. Compared to the Aveo, it's the greatest car in the world.
Automakers are always talking about what they're going to do next to wow us. What are the claims that car makers have made that haven't come to fruition.
Some of the most lustworthy cars never seem to drop in price. Jalopnik readers know ten cars from the past ten years that have frustratingly refused to depreciate.
Volvo and BMW are traditional players in the luxury marine business, but when it comes to Miami Vice-style speedboats, you just can't beat Mercedes-Benz. Now they've gone electric.
In about 13 hours, journalists from CNNMoney did what a New York Times reporter couldn't (or didn't, depending on your perspective): they made the drive from D.C. to Boston in a Tesla Model S. And perhaps more importantly, they say Tesla's network of Supercharger stations along the East Coast passed the test.
This is The Morning Shift, our one-stop daily roundup of all the auto news that's actually important — all in one place at 9:00 AM. Or, you could spend all day waiting for other sites to parse it out to you one story at a time. Isn't your time more important?
A new Chinese brand called Qoros will bring three cars to Geneva: A production ready sedan, a wagon concept, and a hybrid crossover hatchback concept aimed at European customers. While we have already discussed how some of the styling bits look rather similar, I believe it's worth it to take a second look at China's…
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we'll provide the jams.
Don Panoz made his fortune on the transdermal nicotine patch. He and his son, Dan, spent some of that fortune starting a racing league and creating cars like today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Esperante. Right now, we’re going to find out if you think this two-seat soft top would cost too much of your fortune.
In Russia, everyone should have a camera on their dashboard. It's better than keeping a lead pipe under your seat for protection (but you might still want that lead pipe).
One of the big advantages of living in a country where everyone seems to have a camera pointing out the window of their car is that when something truly bonkers happens, you have lots of footage for the world to watch and say "holy shit" at.
Not that I've seen other Harlem Shake videos. No really, I haven't.
John M. Broder, the New York Times reporter involved in now-infamous failed Tesla Model S drive up the East Coast, has responded to Tesla CEO Elon Musk's claim that he greased the test and lied in his story. Broder's explanation? He did what he was told to do by Tesla employees — they just gave him bad advice.