The "holy trinity" of off-road brands (at least in the US) is Land Rover, Toyota, and Jeep. So a reader and off-road enthusiast has cooked up this hilarious key illustrating each brand's stereotype... according to rival enthusiasts.
Will a 1999 Mercedes ML320 drift? Absolutely.
Some blessed, benevolent soul who we only know as YouTube user Eric S has gone and created what will undoubtedly be the best 11 minutes and 38 seconds of your day—a compilation video of the best Vines of 2013 so far. And you're going to wish it never had to end.
The production process involved in making pig slop is a nasty and, likely, a stinky one. But we never thought the transportation of such nauseating edibles would be even more dirty than making it!
We're definitely in for the luxurious all-velour interior with bonus condom dispenser and standard three-speaker fairness octophonic FM low-band sound system that was designed by the renaissance man himself, Barney Frank. Thanks guys, now we have something to look forward to! (Hat Tip To April!)
Wedding season's quickly approaching and if you're riding in one of these ten limos to recite your vows, start a life of baby-manufacturing and welfare-collecting, well, you might be doing Jeff Foxworthy proud.
What's with people posing in front of cars? We thought we'd found the worst in our post, We Salute You, Mr. Proverbial Gangsta Pose Picture Taker, but it can't touch this possibly NSFW brah-gasm. [TCL]
The channel formerly-known-as-CourtTV's running more "reality" content — like these videos of the world's five worst parking jobs. Grab some popcorn, because this five videos are fun to watch.
The douchebaggery is so strong with these two you can't not love 'em and their piece-of-shit, smooth like snake cars. Lada 1.3 GTX Turbo FTW! (Hat Tip To Josh W!) [via autojunk.nl]
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]
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.