Whoosh! Look at you go, escaping the chaos of modern life in your old Range Rover! You are amazing and do not forget it!
Here’s the teaser image for the revived Mitsubishi Evolution: it’s going to be an electric crossover! And some days I’m not sure why I get out of bed.
Time to fire up the Biturbo and tackle your Wednesday! If it, you know, works. Which it probably won’t.
Here’s all the crucial parts you need to know about the DKW F12. I think one might be a door?
For midship amusement, consider the Honda Beat!
Bōsōzoku cars are popular in Hell which is apparently right-hand drive. The DMV may have some issues registering this import.
It’s Friday! This guy’s ready to get out there and drive like a champion in his Nissan 200SX. Are you?
In the early and mid-1990s, you could walk into your local Mazda dealer and buy any of these sporty coupes. And the RX-7. Things were better in the ‘90s.
It’s true. DOS wasn’t programmed to lie.
This is the Borgward Isabella Concept, which is a prospective electric car that will probably never be manufactured. The company used it as a platform to talk about all of the SUVs it was flooding the European market with.
Just take a moment to appreciate how well-realized the Austin A35 from the Wallace and Gromit movie Curse of the Were-Rabbit is. It even has the starting crank hole in the bumper!
It’s the mid-engined van time!
I hope heaven sounds like the Goodwood Revival.
I took this film photo of a random Mitsubishi 3000GT the other day, then had to take ten more pictures before I could go get the roll developed this morning, and then I painstakingly scanned and edited it to result in this. It admittedly is not great, but you’re going to damn well like it anyway.
Noted air-cooled Porsche customizer Rod Emory had his electric motorbike stolen from the North Hollywood post office earlier today. It’s a Vintage Electric Emory Outlaw bike, part of a collaboration between Emory motorsports and Vintage Electric, and it’s the first one of those made, so it has both a tag saying it’s…
Shut up, get in the Oltcit Club, and drive. She’ll give you a cigarette, but don’t expect her to talk to you.
I gotta admit, it’s not often I encounter a grille design I’ve simply never seen before. But there it is: two ovals with mirrored, off-center cruciform inner structures.
When Volkswagen introduced their very first water-cooled, front-engine/front-drive car, the K70 (formerly an NSU) in 1970, they celebrated by taking their press photos in an alternate dimension where the skies as well as the land was composed of rich gray gravel.
While many parts of Texas are still dealing with the effects of Hurricane Harvey, Austin has dried up, and is back to its usual miserable heat and humidity. As conditions and the forecast cleared, Circuit of The Americas and Pirelli World Challenge agreed to go forward with this weekend’s plans to have 97 fast things…