After evaluating the Eurofighter Typhoon, Boeing F/A-18 Super Hornet and Lockheed Martin F-35 as Denmark’s next primary fighter jet, the country’s government is recommending the F-35 “unequivocally” as superior in “strategic, military, economic, and industrial aspects.” Is this a needed win for this troubled jet?
It's Monday, which means we've all woken up to yet another day on Planet Earth. And since this beautiful planet includes Russia, and Russia belongs to a bellicose and belligerent dictator named Vladimir Putin, we can all hear another lovely, bizarre threat. This time, Russia threatened to nuke the Danish Navy.
These Danish cops found a better use for their time (and their patrol car) than harassing kids — the officers helped them out instead.
WHY WOULD YOU PLAY WITH MY EMOTIONS LIKE THAT, DANISH TELEVISION???
Welcome to Sunday Matinee, where we highlight classic car reviews or other longer videos I find on YouTube. Kick back and enjoy this blast from the past.
What do you do when you're not busy blowing stuff up in your F-16? If you're anything like these Danish pilots, you go scare the crap out of drivers on the long and vulnerable Storebæltsbroen bridge.
These exclusive first photos and video of the $1.8 million Danish supercar, the Zenvo ST1, taken by a Jalopnik reader in Los Angeles, show that yes, it's actually a real car. Probably. We think.
Fisker, the plug-in hybrid startup that's won $828.7 million in government and private backing but delayed production of its Karma plug-in three times, has managed to assemble the first Karma commercial. If it's on video, it must be real, right?
It's not often that we get unsolicited emails from Danish carmakers. Even rarer, still, are the carmakers advertising Caterham-esque two-seaters. What your looking at is the Sondergard concept, which is powered by what we think is the Opel GT's turbo I4. According to the email, this concept from "little Denmark" is…
We rarely write about boats on tha Jalop. We even more rarely write about boats that don't travel under some sort of mechanical power. While the dugout canoe may be the true inverse of the unlimited hydroplane, we have to drop some qualified props to the crew of the Stallion — likely known in Japan as the Starion — in…
Hammer of ye gods! The RoadRazer, a Hayabusa-powered track-day roadster we posted on back in September debuted at the Autosport show in the UK earlier this month, adding to the new spate of quasi open-wheel playtoys. The Danish single-seater will reportedly be street legal in the UK and clock in at under three…
The Danes have a finely hewn sense of humor, based on strict literalism and self-deprecation. Here's an example, by way of Not Native Fruit:What does that have to do with getting eaten by Calista Flockhart in a seaweed wrap? We're not sure.