The Sultan's Ferrari FX: Forerunner Of Flappy-Paddle Shifting

These days, paddle shifters are on everything from hatchbacks to luxury sedans. But not so long ago, they could only be found on certain exotica and racing cars. Some love 'em, but a lot of enthusiasts would rather have a good ol' fashioned third pedal and a stick. So who do we have to blame for this virus of… » 4/16/08 12:20pm 4/16/08 12:20pm

Aussie Wants $1.2 Million For Holden FX #46, We Choke On 'Roo Burger

It's one thing to sell an exceedingly rare and beautiful car for a big pile of cash, but what about just a rare car? Nobody is going to mistake this 1948 Holden FX — one of only 112 sold, and one of three thought to still exist — for any kind of concourse winner. It's just plain fugly in our opinion, but as they say,… » 4/08/08 1:45pm 4/08/08 1:45pm

2009 Infiniti FX Spotted Testing In The Wild

Someone over at AutoWeek.nl just happened to be in the right place at the right time to catch photos of a mostly uncamo'd version of what good sense says is the 2009 FX. The next generation FX will likely be offered as the FX37, with with a 300+ horsepower version of the VQ. It's rumored that the FX50/FX55 will get a… » 1/22/08 11:15am 1/22/08 11:15am

GayWheels.com Drops A New Top Ten List Of Cars Gays Are Searching For

While not ourselves gay, we're proud to support our man-loving brothers and women-loving sisters in making whatever choices they feel most comfortable making. That includes cars — like the latest fabulous list of most-researched vehicles on Gaywheels.com. Apparently the Toyota Yaris continues to take the top spot,… » 7/24/07 10:00am 7/24/07 10:00am

Focus Group Fever: What's Next for the Infiniti FX?

According to one self-stated attendee of an Infiniti focus group, posting on GM Inside News, Nissan's luxe brand has been busy on its upgrade path for the FX crossover. Although the current design's freshness date isn't quite up (at the moment), the company apparently has a more powerful, svelte and athletic FX in the… » 3/30/07 8:00am 3/30/07 8:00am