Today we got to see a cool comparison between rear-wheel-drive, front-wheel-drive, and all-wheel-drive with three classic rally cars showcasing the pros and cons of each setup. At the end of the day, everyone’s a winner.
Remember the whole “help me Tom Cruise” scene in Talladega Nights? Yeah. That was making light of one of the most terrifying fires that auto racing has ever, or rather never, seen.
Look, I’m not going to spoil too much for you, but I know how The Continuing Misadventures of Raphael and his New Blue Bug ends and it isn’t good.
Sometimes it feels like my job is to listen to good advice, ignore it, fail miserably, and then repeat the good advice I should have followed in the first place.
Everything about New York is the worst.
David did an admirable job reviewing the 2017 Mercedes C300. From a reviewer’s standpoint, it’s not an easy car to write about.
North Korea tends not to be on the bleeding edge of techno-wizardry. That hasn’t stopped them, however, from pretending as such. The government has delusions of power and splendor, sure, but the reality is that most of the country is a wretched hole of deep poverty and oppression. But that hasn’t stopped those…
Today, we wrote about how Germany is banning Mercedes from selling their fancy hot-air-blowing “Airscarves,” leaving Mercedes convertible buyers with a problem—a problem to which we now have a brilliant solution.
Another day, another dose of Mustang mayhem. I can’t decide if there’s suddenly been an uptick in Mustang-related incidents lately, or if the internet has simply become more acutely aware of them.
Mad genius David Tracy gave a great breakdown on how to cook various delicious meats with a Jeep Cherokee today. But there is almost certainly a better car to cook with.
Corroborating reports suggest that Nissan is making moves to take an ownership stake in Mitsubishi, who’s struggles have expanded following the revelation that it cheated Japanese fuel economy tests. Of course, there’s only one thing for Nissan to do.
As we pointed out earlier today, some people just don’t get our twisted, often expensive and obsessive fascination with cars. We needed a label for such people, and I think we’ve found our answer.
I suspect I’ll end up liking the 2017 Honda Ridgeline more than Andrew Collins did, simply because I have no need for a truck that can tow a moon while climbing Mt. Everest like most truck owners think they do.
Is the nearly-invisible right side tattle-tale indicator on the 2016 Ford Mustang the greatest injustice perpetrated against car people since Porsches become cooled with filthy, godless water? Yes, yes it is.
How could you not love that video of the Mini chasing down the Mustang at the Sydney Motorsport Park vintage race? That Mustang just wanted to break away, but the Mini just wasn’t having any of that shit.
Fake exhaust tips. Fake grilles. Fake windows. Fake fake fake. Everything is fake nowadays. You know why? It’s because you wanted it all. Yes, you.
Today was a big day. Fiat Chrysler and Google announced they’d be working together on autonomous minivans. Fiat Chrysler says its doing this to learn more about autonomous tech, but maybe, just maybe, its real reason for the partnership is a bit more clever.
Retaliation is a Must for rapper Bun B, as Chris Harris learned today in a fiery Twitter feud. What Bun B didn’t anticipate was Harris’ capacity to be just as fast with his burns as he is on a track.