It was so hot in Arizona an area man was able to cook steaks in the street while simultaneously baking cookies on the dashboard of his Lamborghini.
When manufacturers want to see if their cars can deal with constant heat and loads of dust, they usually tend to visit Arizona’s great deserts. But this time, Volkswagen decided to drive Seat’s hottest wagon all the way across the country to Florida.
The image above has been splashed all over the net over the last week. It looks like a scene out of The Flight Of The Navigator, but really, that tarp could be hiding the future of American air power.
Last season the Thunderbirds did an awesome job of taking advantage of some outstanding photo ops and backdrops that presented themselves as the team criss-cross the country from show to show. This weekend, they are kicking off their season at Davis Monthan AFB, as is the F-22 demo team. The two teams took to the…
Subaru’s ads say “that’s what makes a Subaru a Subaru.” Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe GL wagon might let you find out just what it is that makes a Subaru an Subaru, that is, if its price makes it a deal.
About 50 years ago, the U.S. government used 30,000 pounds of explosives to turn a chunk of Arizona into a simulated moonscape for astronauts to practice picking up rocks on. Today, you can take your own truck out there and carve it up like a ski slope because it’s an off-road park ON THE MOON. Here’s how to do it.
The 56th Fighter Wing out of Luke Air Force Base have been pretty active showing off their new toys, these $100M+ F-35A Joint Strike Fighters. Their counterparts over at the 161st Air Refueling Wing, nicknamed the “Copperheads,” took some folks with cameras aboard their KC-135Rs to showcase the new jet:
Land Rover had a course set up at an off-road convention near Flagstaff, Arizona this weekend to show off their wares, which they bailed on using Saturday because it rained and got really muddy. At least their rigs looked nice sitting in the grass.
The profile of these camouflaged test mules looks like a Dodge Durango, and the rear reminds me a little like an older Jeep Grand Cherokee. Could this be the 2018 Jeep Grand Wagoneer? Looks a bit like a Ford Explorer too, but then again, everything does.
The Overland Expo is an annual gathering off all things off-road and adventure travel. Think ComicCon but with khaki shirts and Merrells instead of Batman blouses and Starfleet uniforms. So yeah, I went last year and had the Best Time Ever.
Remember that insane Lancia/Jeep-looking off-road Pontiac Fiero conversion we found called the "Jalapeno?" Of course you do, which is why I dragged my ass all the way to Phoenix, Arizona to meet the man who makes them.
The 2015 Ford Mustang promises to be a huge departure from the car we've seen over the last decade. Ford is trying really hard to keep it under wraps. But here are a few in Arizona, along with a diesel van, new pickups, and a mystery crossover.
The white Porsche 918 Spyder is not bad, but what you really want is the red and black foil-wrapped Weissach package car with magnesium wheels and other weight-saving magic. Find them in Arizona.
Ron Adler started storing bicycles and motorcycles at his two-acre compound in Rye, Arizona 25 years ago. In that time he amassed approximately 9,000 motorcycles, bicycles, cars, and other things with wheels. On Saturday night, they were all destroyed in a massive blaze.
When is a highway not a highway? I don't have anything clever to follow that up but this highway is broken yo.
This is the Bricklin SV-1. It was one car importer's supercar dream of the late ‘70s and it was a miserable, if spectacular failure. Surprisingly, a few served police duty, but that didn't pan out very well either.
This week marks the beginning of U.S. production for the 2013 Nissan Leaf electric vehicle, something the automaker excitedly announced in a press release today. But while workers in Smyrna, Tennessee gear up to make the cars and their batteries, a group of owners in Arizona say they're still angry with the way their…
You've probably heard the old adage: The fastest car in the world is a rental car. Well, someone took that standard and applied it to free dealership loaners, too.
A 19 year old mother is being charged with child abuse and aggravated DUI charges after she drove home with her 5 week old child strapped in a car seat on the roof early Saturday morning.
Drunk and disorderly 24-year-old Arizona resident Michelle Watson seems to understand that, these days, driving your car on the sidewalk and kicking a police officer in the crotch isn't enough on its own to make the news. What you need is a stellar mugshot. And Watson delivers.