It's been 151 years since the USS Monitor — the U.S. Navy's first iron-clad warship — sank in the Atlantic Ocean near the Outer Banks of North Carolina. But the remains of two sailors found in the wreck's turret in 2002 will finally be laid to rest with full military honors this week at Arlington National Cemetery.
Remember when an NFL running back got a 100 mph police convoy in New Jersey? Here's his car club, Driving Force Club, whipping up donuts in a Lamborghini Aventador. Nice.
While 100 cars is a drop in the bucket for someone like Ferrari, it's a huge milestone for a boutique manufacturer like Koenigsegg. And they chose to celebrate with the gift of carbon fiber. This is the Agera S Hundra 100, Koenigsegg's gift to all of us.
Welcome to Switzerland! The sun is shining, the ice cream is shamelessly expensive, and Veyrons are all over the place. The Geneva Motor Show opens tomorrow for the press, so we still have some time to grab some baguettes for tonight. From Tuesday, we won't have time for food, only for cars. Talking of which...…
While sales of bedroom posters are unlimited, there will only be three Lamborghini Venenos ever built. Man, do we love limited production supercars.
The Internet: it’s a good place to buy a mustache or meet a goat prostitute, but is it a good place to sell your car? Jalopnik readers know ten ads that indicate yes.
Remember that NASCAR crash at Daytona last Saturday? The one that injured 30+ fans? Well, it appears that one fan wasn't scared at all.
The testing is over for the Formula One teams. It's time to head to Melbourne. Make no mistake. F1's spy wars are in full swing following this test. (More on that another day). But for now, the next time the cars hit the track will be for FP1 in Australia.
Hyundai's issued a recall for 6,071 of the 2012 Hyundai Velosters because the sunroof might shatter all over the driver and passengers while the car is in motion. Scary.
I never though I'd say this, but the 2013 Provo Concept is one sexy Kia. This might be the first time I've used the words "sexy" and "Kia" in the same sentence, especially next to one another, but just look at the thing!
Just passing someone on the road is so boring. Pull out to pass, accelerate, pull back in. Yawn. Thank God we have Russian Subaru drivers.
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?
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we'll provide the jams.
Fiat used to own SEAT, but these days the company that's as Spanish as paella is a subsidiary of Volkswagen. At no time, under either of those companies, did the US get a chance at Seat ownership. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Ibiza intends to change all that, but only if enough of you own up to liking its price.
Look! It's another episode of that show with all the cars, Top Gear! And this time, they're going to Africa!