Millennials Will Live In Cities Unlike Anything We've Ever Seen Before

It’s actually hard to know what to believe about millennials, the Americans born after 1980 who make up the largest generation in history. Every week there’s a new ground-shattering revelation about their lifestyles—but the most conflicting reports have to do with where they live. »7/16/15 3:37pm7/16/15 3:37pm


Millennials Aren't Buying More Cars, There Are Just More Millennials

Today, we take down more breathless contrarian reporting about how Millennials are just as suburban and car-obsessed as previous generations. Following several stories drawing questionable inferences from flawed migration data claiming that Millennials are disproportionately choosing the suburbs (they’re not) come two… »4/22/15 3:00pm4/22/15 3:00pm

Hip MTV Study: The Youths Don't Hate Cars After All 

At last, sweet vindication. For years I've been fighting against the myth parroted by terrified industry types and lazy Boomer assholes that young people don't buy cars, don't want cars, and only ride buses and their super-cool Razor scooters. Young people DO want cars! How do I know? Because of a new study by the hip… »1/23/15 6:45pm1/23/15 6:45pm

These Photos Of Teens Learning To Drive Stick Will Restore Your Faith

One of the recent hobbies of decrepit, funny-smelling old auto journalists like myself is to lament how the Millenials, with their iPads and Facebooks and HAM radios and Chatroulettes just don't care about cars, especially classics. And none can drive stick. Hagerty Insurance is actually doing something about that. »10/07/14 10:32pm10/07/14 10:32pm

Leaked Guide For Audi's Hipster Parties Is 64 Pages Long, Ridiculous

You there! Yes, you, the bearded fellow decked out in American Apparel clothes holding up traffic on your fixie bike. Put down your organic coffee for a moment and listen up: According to a 64 page (!) leaked document, Audi wants to sell you the 2015 Audi A3 so badly they're harnessing the things you love, like… »3/10/14 12:40pm3/10/14 12:40pm

How Ford Sold Cars To ‘Punkers’ And ‘Gothics’ By Not Calling The Cops

Once upon a time, there was a decade called the 1990s. Things were better then. Americans were prosperous blissfully unaware of things like terrorism or extensive domestic surveillance. And unlike those good-for-nothing Millennials of today, young people could be bothered to get off their asses and actually buy cars. »7/15/13 1:08pm7/15/13 1:08pm