The Woodward Dream Cruise attracted over one million cruisers and car-obsessed nuts. That's a lot of eyes for advertisers to drool over. While some pitches were good, many were not. Here's some of the worst. We call it "Badvertising."
Despite being as European as an American car can get, our Euro car boy has never seen a DeLorean before. His first impressions follow.
While the Smart is a road car, the Woodward Dream Cruise is definitely not where it was designed to travel. There is, however, a way to pull off the most unlikely trick of cruising in one here.
We’ve already shown you the general pace of the cruise, it's comparable to a person walking. Click through for a video of what happens when a gap opens up on Woodward Avenue.
It's both massively cool and somewhat disconcerting to see a seemingly military-spec truck filling up at a public gas station in a region that’s not occupied by an army... yet.
The Guinness Book of World Records just delivered the award for the world's largest baked cupcake here at the Woodward Dream Cruise. The confection tipped the scales at 1500lb and had to be carried by forklift.
“Phyllis,” our Transformers Camaro, is equipped with a sunroof. Here’s what the view is like cruising down Woodward. Click through for video.
It’s always good to see a Maserati GranTurismo and this gray one we found on Woodward was no exception.
Sometimes, a single Mustang just won’t cut it—but driving two is far beyond the reach of human anatomy. Click through to see a gallery for a solution to this maddening problem: a Mustang and a half.
If you're here in Metro Detroit and weren't on Woodward, then you, our friend, missed out. We were there and so was Detroit's ABC affiliate. Here's their video of what Woodward looked like. My god, it's full of cars! [WXYZ]