The damage done to the truck looks to be light, but the damage to the front of the Diablo and more importantly, to the driver's ego, is gonna be a whole lot more expensive and time consuming to fix. Is it any surprise this overly confident tool leaves the scene so quick? [via carscoop]
There's this useful tool that we, as aware drivers, like to use. They're called mirrors and you'd think that you'd check them now and again before you go plowing into an overpass at 60 mph. We hope this guy's got insurance. [via boingboing]
This Google Street View car bogged down in the sticky Aussie mud was luckily saved by a winch-equipped drive-by good Samaritan.
The Carpocalypse is causing everyone to need a little pick-me-up. Sometimes, as our friends at TCL show us, sometimes you just need some motivation. Maybe something like 39 posters to help keep your chin up.
You've got to love the quirky editing, Initial D soundtrack and the utter ridiculousness of the Changan delivery truck. I'll be traveling to Shanghai in a couple of weeks and can't wait to run into this eccentric crowd on the streets.
This is it. It's the 2009 all-electric Corvette ZR1. Never heard of it? With a 0-to-30 of less than 1:20 and a 1/4-mile of less than three minutes, you will.
This little guy is so full of win, it's not even funny.
We sometimes come across a funny ad that we just don't get. We get these ads for the Renault Logan. They're crude, of questionable taste and utilize glorious word mashing URLs.
A scofflaw named "Prawo Jazdy" racked up over 50 different driving infractions during the past few years, each time giving a different address to evade police. Thanks to Google, Ireland's police have finally wised up.
This print ad was created by South African-based Ogilvy for VW to show off — actually we're honestly not sure what they're trying to show except for this unlikely duo caught in a compromising situation.
Don't you think these motorized dueling chariots would be perfect for a Wert Is Wrong battle royal? We certainly think so.