Few marques command as much respect from people who crave performance as BMW, and the M line of cars in particular are some of the most desirable and most powerful vehicles around. However, there’s a closely guarded secret that no respected publication would ever broach, and it’s that all BMW engines are monumental…
Back in 2009, Audi mystified the world by introducing a four-door version of the two-door version of their midsize four-door family car. This was the Audi A5 Sportback and we never got it in the United States, but it looks like we will.
Germany has been unified for more than a quarter century now, but there are still relics of the divide. One such holdout is in every new German car sold today.
It’s easy for us to think of German cars as peerlessly designed, unmatched in their engineering. But the veneer of perfection is often broken, particularly in the automotive world.
When you think of German cars you think of great stalwarts like the W123-E Class, the first-gen Golf GTI, and the 911 Carrera RS. You'd think this country would be incapable of making a bad car, but these ten prove otherwise.
In honor of Germany's world cup victory over Argentina, we decided here at Jalopnik to compile a list of the worst German cars ever made. My nomination goes to the craptacular Opel Vectra.
We all know "euro-spec" BMWs, Volkswagens, Mercedes-Benzes, and Audis from the 70s, 80s, and 90s that came with more power than the imports that came to the States. Why didn't America get any of those awesome cars? It turns out, like always, it's the Germans' fault.
One could argue that in these days of mid-engined R8’s and twin-turbocharged superwagons, it is Audi and not BMW that is Bavaria’s number one car. Audi certainly seem to think so. Landing on an early morning business flight at Munich’s Franz Josef Strauss International Airport, one is greeted by this solid phalanx of…
You are obviously aware of the 6.3’s existence, but it’s hard to envision that such a punk Benz can really exist. I was skeptical myself. Until today.
The colors and shadows highlight a long-forgotten German carmaker which went under just as BMW began its devastating ascent.
If you've been around Jalopnik for a while, you already know that Manta Manta is perhaps the greatest German street racing film ever made. But for those of us not fluent in Deutsch, we've been left wondering what exactly is going on. Well, now thanks to this recently discovered English-dubbed trailer for Manta Manta,…