Lincoln, wait, whoops, The Lincoln Motor Company (excuse me!), has a lot riding on the 2013 MKZ. It's the first car in a product onslaught that will either make Lincoln succeed or go down in flames.
Hearing that an exciting new car has been canceled kind of feels like someone just broke up with you.
Vintage drag racing is sort of like a Civil War reenactment with pellet guns — you take something that was once hugely dangerous and kind of insane, and do it in an ever-so-slightly safer manner.
In case you didn't realize the "Mo" in "Motown" stood for "motor" as in "motor cars" (and not Moravian, since Detroit's Moravian population is actually surprisingly small), this 1965 video should be clear everything up. It was shot for Martha Reeves and the Vandella's song "Nowhere to Run" and yes, it's entirely…
Ford's been on an amazing streak building great cars that manage to sell to the masses. It's been a single brand turnaround that deserves all the praise we've been giving it. Ford's "premium" Lincoln brand is entirely made up of rebadged Fords that are slightly nicer and unreasonably more expensive. It's been a…
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.
It's rare for a company to be practically synonymous with the product they make, but that's exactly what Recaro does with their seats. There are racing seats, and then there are Recaros.
The Ford Focus ST may not be a true "RS"-grade hatchback, but it does come close in spec (and for once, we get it in the U.S.). But is the ST enough to show up the latest overseas-only hot-hatch competition?
Hot hatchbacks are the best of both worlds. Sports car performance, awesome looks, and they can swallow belongings. Sign us up.
Normally, I treat Black Friday the same way I treat Tu Bishvat— I've heard of it, know generally what it's about, but leave the actual observance to the harder core Jews or consumers. This year, however, I saw something that makes me much, much more interested in the "holiday": this ad, from a Ford dealer in Laramie,…
Ford announced today that next year's Ford Fiesta will get their 1.0 liter, three-cylinder turbo Ecoboost engine. How ever did they manage to fit this massive motor in such a small car?
Going through TSA checkpoints when flying is always a chore. You have to chug your booze, take off your shoes, belt, aluminum underpants, empty your pockets, and take your laptop and engine blocks out of your carry-on bags.
We're all trying to come to terms with the fact Ford Crown Victorias won't be sneaking up behind us on the highway. And by coming to terms, I mean slowing down just about anytime you see something in the shape of a Crown Vic. Some day, they're all going to be gone and we're going to be left guessing if our state's…
Although we don't care to see them in our rearview mirrors with their lights flashing, we at Jalopnik are generally fans of the police car. They're just like regular cars, except tougher and built for fightin' crime.
We got some awfully depressing news this week when Ford announced its acclaimed Boss 302 Mustang won't be making a comeback for 2014. Ford says they only ever planned to make the Boss 302 for two years all along, just like they did with the original in the 1960s.
The 1955 Thunderbird was Ford's answer to the Corvette. It had less European influence, and didn't quite obtain the same racing pedigree (and the Battlebird was pretty sweet.) It also outsold the Corvette of the era, though keeps a lower profile these days.
Of all the variants of the Ford Mustang, the Boss 302 is probably our favorite. It's lighter, it's faster, hell, it even looks better.
Forbes reports on the position Mark Fields is in, now that he has been named the chief operating officer at Ford. The promotion puts him in line to succeed Alan Mulally, but Ford chairman Bill Ford also made it clear that Fields will have to earn it. Still, Bill Ford pointed out that Fields has been through the wars…
SEMA is all about aftermarket equipment for cars, so Ford chose the man with the ultimate aftermarket equipment on his face to open their booth.