It would seem that for your next track day, illicit drag race against a Camaro or powerslide into a crowd of people outside Cars and Coffee, the 5.0-liter V8 Ford Mustang will be the best way to go.
Ed Loh is the editor-in-chief of Motor Trend.
Motor Trend wanted you to believe that they exclusively uncovered Apple’s mysterious car. They did not. Instead, what they have is an in-house render, a long and boring video, and a bad, desperate publicity stunt.
Motor Trend, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dodge, wasn’t the only publication to weigh in on SEMA’s wild-but-plausible allegations against the Environmental Protection Agency’s “clarifying” that it can regulate track car emissions. We covered it, lots of outlets covered it, so did they. But so far MT is the only…
Every year, Motor Trend brings together a bunch of cars to name their Best Driver's Car. And every year they drag race all ten of them on an air strip. But this year they have a Porsche 911 Turbo S and a Nissan GT-R Nismo. Which one is faster?
The new four-door Ghibli from Maserati is a great car–certainly the best looking in it's class, and probably the most interesting, but it can't possibly hold a candle to the original.
Last year MotorTrend's video host Jessi Lang flew to Germany to test an extremely powerful tuned Abt Audi R8. She opened the car up on a local highway, and then her life nearly ended.
As we first reported Automobile fired its editor and much of its staff, and its parent company Source Interlink axed other employees (and possibly magazines). We also learned that Source Interlink was becoming The Enthusiast Network, or TEN. We've now obtained a copy of what appears to be the newly renamed company's…
Source Interlink, which owns Motor Trend and Hot Rod magazines, has shuttered Modified magazine, fired its editor, and is rumored to have let go of as many as 100 people from other publications according to sources.
The Ferrari F12 is an astounding car. But what's really amazing is the noise. It's ear porn. And hardcore, barely legal ear porn, at that.
Motor Trend knows how to go big. Evidence? Here's a 12 car drag race at an airstrip.
Motor Trend recently completed it's annual greatest driver's car competition, and the winner, the Porsche 911 Carrera 4S is not surprising. What is surprising is what came in last: The SRT Viper.
So you have a Ford GT and you're out for a spin. You see the offices of Motor Trend and Hot Rod, among others. It's a bad place to crash if you don't want to be ashamed of yourself. This guy apparently didn't care about the shame.
The magazine currently known as Motor Trend has essentially become Car Comparison Test To Upset Or Please Fanboys Monthly. I'm sure they create other kinds of content, but they've taken a common magazine schtick and made it the core of what they do. You didn't learn enough from the ATS v. 3 Series test? That's ok,…
Motor Trend’s Jessi Lang says she is a journalist who wants to help “build relationships” between that publication and its readers while covering the auto industry. She’s also being paid to represent oil company Phillips 66 as a spokesperson who is trying to help influence young people to buy their gas, something …
After being named one of Maxim's "Hot 100," Comedy Central news anchor Stephen Colbert said he's now hotter than most people's girlfriends. But the Kronkite of comedy said he isn't done getting awards. He wants to be Motor Trend's "Car of the Year."
Angus Mackenzie's long-haired reign as Editor-in-Chief of the buffest of buff books, Motor Trend, is finally over, according to many social media postsings. In his place is former MT Executive Editor and Sport Compact Car EIC Ed Loh. Haven't figured out what distinguishing character of Loh we'll make fun of…