You know what? I'm going to go ahead and make the extraordinarily generous assumption that the Audi R8 driver here in question followed our multitudinous advice to fit winter tires, since all wheel drive won't always save you in snow. But, damn.
Last night, Elon Musk took the wraps off the new Tesla Model S. Dual motors and all-wheel drive don't just make it faster, a new sensor array will make it safer too. Let's break out each innovation, figure out what it is and how it works.
The Jaguar F-Type is one of the most compelling sports cars to come along in years, primarily because it adheres so closely to the classic sports car formula: open top, two seats, rear-wheel drive. (The sexy looks, sexy speed and sexy noises help too.) So why would Jaguar add all-wheel drive to that equation?
What does a Subaru WRX STI have in common with the first land-walking fish? No, not a bunch of world rally championships, which would be impressive. But they are both all-wheel drive.
By all accounts, the Tesla Model S is a fantastic engineering accomplishment and also great to drive. And now Tesla is looking to expand to cooler, snowier climates with the addition of a Model S with all-wheel drive. Watch out, basically everybody.
It goes without saying that in general Toyota’s Camry is the automotive equivalent of warm milk laced with Ambien. Contrastingly, today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe All-Trac is ugly enough to keep you up at night, but is its price worth losing sleep over?
Jaguar is known as the epitome of British sporting elegance. What it isn't known for is being the epitome of all-weather performance. If you wanted to be Brittanically elegant in the wintertime, you needed a Land Rover.
While BMW's M cars and Audi's RS machines are known for precision, Mercedes' AMG cars are known for smoking their tires at every single chance they get. They are the muscle cars of the performance German sedan world.
Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe BMW E30 spins all its wheels all the time, but will its price also leave you reeling?
Ho ho ho! Look what the spy-photo Santa has left under the tree! Is that the 2011 Audi RS5? I think it is! Have you been a good little Internet? Would you like to see it? I bet you would!
Grandmas always make the best cookies and give the best hugs. And as Nice Price or Crack Pipe has discovered, they also have the best AMC Eagles.
When creating the Simpson's characters, Matt Groening named Bart from an anagram of Brat- reflecting his personality. Now Nice Price or Crack Pipe has a Subaru that seems almost as crudely drawn and rowdy.
Looks like reader James Kenney is in a prime location for catching first glimpses of new Ford products. After bringing us a look at that first picture of the 45th Anniversary Ford Mustang, the most over-the-top OMG-amazing-drop-dead-sexy Mustang variant since the one before it, he's managed to spot an actually sexy…
This week, Saab announced it would give the world of car watchers something unexpected — rear wheel drive. Well, in a sense. It's Saab's new Cross Wheel Drive system, by Sweden's Haldex, and it offers up to 100-percent rear torque transfer. Of course, the front wheels get the same consideration. It's the first US…
Any press release containing the words "Building on our successful launch on the 2007 Chrysler Pacifica" has a bit of a credibility problem. Fortunately, BorgWarner's spinmeisters aren't talking about the Pacifica itself. They're lauding the front wheel all-wheel drive system currently underpinning [dust collecting]…