Time to fire up your Rover SD1 and make magic happen!
This is what Mercedes-Benz calls “color” for the 2017 S-Class. Only five almost-indistinguishable blacks to pick from? This palette looks like the rainbows you see in the People’s Republic of Imgonnafuckingkillmyselfistan.
If the American Motors Corporation were around today, it would want you to get out there and drive like a champion.
One day I’m going to do a roundup of early 2000s sport compacts for a massive video comparison test. One day. In the meantime, here comes the Nissan Sentra SE-R Spec V!
The man’s always one step ahead of you.
Anyone who has ever navigated a government website knows that most of them are, for lack of a better word, utter shit. They are janky and disorganized. But NASA, in an effort to do away with that, just pulled all of its incredible images and videos together in one place. Get ready to lose hours of your life gazing at…
Our pals at Car Design News are at the Shanghai Auto Show, and they found that Chinese car names that are more cryptographically secure than most of your passwords.
Start your Tuesday off right with a drive in America’s E30, the Chevrolet Celebrity Eurosport!
Get ready to maraud your Monday!
Beep beep! It’s Celica Man’s favorite One True Celica, the 1989 All-Trac Turbo. FWOOM!
Wooosh! Here it comes, it’s the Ford Mustang! Are you ready?
In addition to offering nothing but the finest in rare automobiles, I am delighted to see the folks at Pfaff Auto have a pretty good sense of humor as well.
This 1991 Nissan Cedric V30 Twincam Turbo Gran Turismo Ultima not only has the best name the world has ever seen, it also has four-wheel steering. Not even my Yugo—built in the same year, and hopefully going to be at this year’s New York Auto Show, if it makes it—has that.
New Lincoln Navigator? New Lincoln Navigator. We’ll see it this week at the New York Auto Show. It should be huge and opulent.
Get motivated for an all-out assault on your Monday! Beep beep!
Drive like a champion, it’s almost the weekend!
Remember the GT-R concept from 2001? I’m kinda glad it didn’t go down that road.
I was going through AP’s “Today In History” image segment earlier and came across this photo of Arnold Schwarzenegger debuting the Hummer H2 truck back in 2001. What a time.
It amazes me that some people, like, own Lagondas. Like that’s the car they choose to own and drive and presumably maintain.