The people just want a car—who needs all this dumb, driver-assisted tech? The constant warning chimes, my god, make. it. STOP. A new study said drivers aren’t digging the semi-autonomous features on new cars as of late—and if I had to guess, the main problem people have is that all of those nifty safety features come…
You have to sign your way through some pretty crazy paperwork to get your hands on a Dodge Challenger Demon at some dealerships, but why is nobody talking about just how dangerous these cars are?!
Unless you live in Kansas, roads curve and bend. They twist and wind. That’s what makes driving on them fun. Of course, you need a working car to use on these types of roads. A beat-to-hell Dodge Challenger Hellcat that was in a rollover crash won’t do the trick.
The approach I have taken to automakers saying they are going to build something special and amazing—like the new electric Volkswagen Microbus, for example—is to believe it when I can see it on the dealer lot and a sweaty man in bad pleated khakis is vigorously attempting to get me to finance one. Not a moment sooner.
Car enthusiasm has a tendency to be driven by nostalgia. It’s why Baby Boomers lust after Pontiac GTOs at car auctions and why people my age are so amped about the new Honda Civic Type R. This is inevitable. But when it comes to love for cars from the 1990s (and the ’80s as well) there’s more to it than that.
If you’re looking to buy and need a deep well of hot takes and questionable opinions you probably should try to avoid, look no further.
Somebody finally figured out McLaren’s model nomenclature and it’s just sick owns.
Posts have been getting crazy traffic since way before even the internet.
One of my favorite parts of this job is that I’ve gotten to come close to classic sports and racing cars I previously though were utterly inaccessible. Vintage Alfa Romeos. Nazi Mercedes Grand Prix cars. Cisitalias. This has also gotten me close to the mechanics who keep these things running. They are universally…
Automakers love to name cars after things we humans eat, either knowingly or unknowingly.
Do you remember the Nissan IDx concept? Actually, try not to. It’s too sad.
Today’s comment of the day is the very best.
Purists aren’t ready. No, this is not about the non-manual Supra. It’s definitely not about the BMW counterpart to the new Supra. Purists aren’t ready for the purist sports car to ever hit the market.
Comment of the Day is awarded not just because of witty quips, sharp takedowns, and genial banter. It’s also bestowed due to advanced insights and engineering wisdom. Even if it’s not correct and makes no sense whatsoever.
You laugh in the face of death, you mock it, you fools.
It’s a global Hollywood conspiracy; a listed prophecy; here is your centered truth. Are you ready?
The new BMW 8 Series sounds... well it makes noises!
Today we learned that the “very bad” Germans actually export a lot of cars from America, which from an economic standpoint is good! This can be very confusing, but fear not, we have an explanation.
This website does need more turbo wagon ads.
Pop the hood on any modern car and you will be greeted by the sight of evil pixie demons gnashing their teeth at you, squealing with cruel delight. Wait, no, that’s not right. You’ll see a big plastic engine cover! Yes. But why?