If you needed another reminder why you really don't want to get rear ended by a commercial truck while sitting in your car, here it is. This German crash test is intended to show what happens when a truck plows into cars parked behind another stopped commercial truck.
One German man badly wanted to play the canyon-carving racing game WipeOut in real life. So he reverse-engineered it with a gigantic, multi-level cardboard track he can race on with a video-equipped R/C car controlled by a real racing cabinet.
This bus owned by a German tour company features a six-foot-long bed for each of its passengers. The company claims to operate some 3400 "Betten auf Rädern," or "beds on wheels." Want to see Africa lying down?
Have you ever thought about buying an AMG, but needed to know how it does in the ice luge? Now you can act out those urges with AMG's newest flash game!
That German humor is sometimes hard to grasp. A lot of people, for instance, don't know that most Germans consider Werner Herzog's Grizzly Man to be a farce in the spirit of Plautus. That my help explain what's going on in this video for Motorraver magazine. In Germany, angry music plus a 1991 Firebird plus…
Michael Arndt is a man of matchsticks. Over the course of six years, using 956,000 matchsticks, 1686 tubes of glue, and at least three different varieties of mustache, he built a full-scale replica of a McLaren 4/14 F1 car, at a cost of around 6000 Euros. The giant model takes up Arndt's entire kitchen and probably…