For years, many exotic car buyers have been registering their cars in Montana thanks to a loophole in the law that allows them to avoid paying sales tax. Now, according to local news site Bozeman Daily Chronicle, that may all come to an end with the “Ferrari Tax.” Here’s a look at the cars that will be affected, as…
For those following the economy, you’ll likely have noticed a steady trend towards a general market downturn. Having said that, I asked you forward-thinking bunch to find the exotics that would once again be affordable to those smart enough to convert their money into Bitcoin before everyone’s 401k got flushed down…
I have a sort of tradition here where, every Thanksgiving, I like to feature a car from Turkey, in honor of the ugly bird we like to kill and eat this time of year. A couple of years ago, I wrote about the first Turkish sports car, the Anadol STC-16. This time, I want to talk about the second Turkish sportscar, the…
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I've owned my Ferrari for 329 days. In that time, it's travelled 5,022 miles in five U.S. states. It's been the subject of 24 Jalopnik columns, totaling 2,082,131 views, and 17 YouTube videos, reaching 4,424,998 plays. And now it's time for one last number: exactly how much has this car cost to own?
Nine months ago, in my first-ever column as a bona fide Jalopnik writer, I proclaimed: Why Yes, You Can Drive a Ferrari Every Day. You may remember this column, because I tied a TV to the roof of my car, and I duct-taped a monkey in the passenger seat, and I went through a McDonald's Drive-Thru. It's awesome! I recall…
Look, Lamborghinis and the like are really great for a weekend or two, but sometimes you don't want to drive around in a LOOK AT ME!! mobile.
So I'm sitting on the couch the other day, minding my own business and eating animal crackers, when it strikes me like a cartoon anvil: the Lexus LFA is the worst halo car that has ever existed.
I recently had the chance to spend several hours with a 1985 Lamborghini Jalpa. It was amusing, and delightful, and highly exhilarating, largely because I managed to get through the entire day without requiring the assistance of the local fire department.
There comes a time in the life of every aspiring journalist when he must put himself at risk of great personal peril in order to bring you a major developing story. Some go to treacherous riot zones and cover dangerous looting. Others go undercover to bring you tales of corruption and greed. As for me, I recently had…
Ahh, the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance: America's finest annual automotive event held under a constant stream of light mist. Oh, sure, I know the Amelia Island Concours is an excellent event with wonderful vehicles. But nothing can quite top Pebble Beach if you're discussing, for instance, overall umbrella usage.
I try to visit Monaco as often as I possibly can. If you're a car enthusiast, I'm sure you already know exactly why this is: because I enjoy sipping lukewarm table water and spending 19 Euro for a slice of pizza.
You may think being a Rich Kid of Instagram is an easy life, but it's not! Sure, sometimes you get to drive crazy exotic cars, but then people set them on fire when you aren't looking. Rich people have problems, too!
Paul Aitken has a collection of exotic cars that would make anyone jealous. His current stable includes a Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren, a Ferrari California, a Lamborghini Diablo, and a Rolls-Royce Ghost. But none of them are Aitken's — they're just biding time in his high-end pawn shop.
Selling an Aventador in London is easy. Just stick a for sale sign in Arabic on the windshield, and then wait for some rich dude to come around and buy it, as two new videos show.
Now you too can watch "Millionaire Boy Racers," the documentary we covered earlier this week about the rich Arab tourists who invade London every summer and terrorize local residents with their Ferrari, Lamborghini and GT-R shenanigans.
We all know that London has become a hotbed for supercars in recent years, particularly those owned by summer vacationers from Arab countries who essentially have more money than God.