A car called a Suzuki Splash drove into a pool. Is that what’s called “irony” or just a live-action pun?
If you really need one truck to go prerunning, overlanding, mud bogging and rock crawling... you’re going to have to get creative. Or crazy.
Flood waters make for dangerous driving, folks. Heavy high-clearance vehicles can make it through slightly deeper stuff than your average sedan, but if you drive straight off the road and into a swamp you’re going to have a bad time.
Ah, the mythical six-wheeled pickup truck. You might not be sure how or why, but you know it’s “better.” More wheels means more fun. Which is why somebody needs to turn their $700 into this wacky Ranger box truck and then turn the truck into something cooler than a reject A-Teammobile.
Some evil genius put Mad Max: Fury Road audio over Disney’s Cars and the result is pure adorable evil. You’ll never look at Lightning McQueen without flinching again.
Somebody put some pretty painstaking effort into arts-and-crafting a New York license plate out of what looks like cardboard and paint. Would have been cute if they stopped there and put it on their kid’s Cozy Coupe, but nope. They went ahead and tried to drive with this. It did not “work” as intended.
Imagine minding your own business, chilling and laying down in the backseat of a car, feet effortlessly suspended out of the window, then all of a sudden, bam! Some fearless motorcycle rider comes up, grabs your feet, and scares the shit out of you. This is gold.
Matt Brabham is a professional driver in the Stadium Super Trucks racing series. But even legends forget to turn at pivotal moments sometimes.
Multi-country military team NATO is in the middle of a mock-war right now called “Trident Juncture.” Air, sea and land vehicles were all looking totally badass on this beach-storming mission until it was time to roll out the Humvees, which immediately got bogged.
It takes more than just a bunch of LEDs to stand out in the Japanese tuner car world. Like a holographic wrap, flamethrower exhaust, and a Lamborghini Aventador somewhere underneath all that. Merciful mushrooms look at this thing.
In an incredible confluence of idiocy, somebody hit the highway in the longest dump truck I’ve ever seen. With the dumper sticking 40 feet into the air. So they take out four lanes worth of road signs and... why is that little truck following them?!
Cracked has taken the time to dump on car dealers and basically the entire process of buying a new car because, hey, it kinda sucks. Here’s what your local dealer’s commercials might look like if they were “honest,” had better lighting, and Steve Buscemi’s stunt double(?) as a spokesman.
You remember Martha Stewart, the lady in those magazines at the dentist? Actually she describes herself as a “curious, inquisitive, experimental entrepreneur who cares about the world we live in” and uses a GMC Sierra as a taxi when she’s visiting New York.
The NYPD knows fanny packs ain’t cool, guys. Actually they describe the wearable cargo-pouches as “hideous” but hey; if you’re gonna look like a dorky tourist here’s how to get the most out of it.
Shiny new Chevy Tahoe, fresh oversand permit carefully affixed to the bumper, surfboard (paddle board?) perched on the roof. Life was lookin’ good when this person’s day started! Then they had to go and drive just a little too close to the ocean. Okay, way too close. Hilarity ensues.
Ever wonder what World War II would have looked like if it were fought with X-Wings and TIE fighters? Me neither, but this short film that puts an old war bonds ad in the Star Wars universe is incredibly well done and insanely entertaining.
The 2016 Mercedes-Benz GLC sure looks like a tidy little car, but to appeal to Americans it’s gotta have an “off-road mode,” amirite? Well you’re welcome to try it. If you want to turn your luxury crossover into this unbridled see-saw from hell! Good try little guy.
Robby Gordon and Sheldon Creed are basically showing you what Stadium Super Trucks is all about right here; insane driving talent plus hilarious antics. I could watch this all day.
At the end of the 1970’s International Harvester had a choice to make; abandon their efforts in the SUV game or revive the “Scout” brand a third time. Allegedly some wild prototypes came out of those brainstorming sessions, like this 1980 Hurst Shawnee which you can have for $175,000.