Chuck Jordan is one of the most famous car designers of all time and, like all enthusiasts, he loved his Ferraris. The only problem was he was the lead designer for General Motors, not Ferrari, so one day his employees at the GM Design Center decided to have a little fun with his prized Daytona.
Did you hear the one about the pranksters who put sunscreen on a sunbathing Jeremy Clarkson's face so it spelled out "TWAT" across his forehead? Have you seen the picture? It's not real. But it's also not wrong.
Remember CarandDriver's April Fools' prank? The one that made the magazine relevant for the first time in years? It's caused NASCAR to set down the Natty Light and consider a future without not-so-Big Three sponsorship.
We just got back from the Porsche stand and the only thing we can say is: shocking. Something less surprising would have been Porsche announcing it would be going back into the tractor business. What is it? A track-ready Porsche Cayman? The long-rumored Panamera making it's world debut? We don't want to ruin it for…
Dear people with mad Photoshop skillz; women don't care. And unlike you, they hate your mother's basement. Still, mad props to this cat for doing something so unlikely that no one would even suspect it's a prank. He fooled Motor Authority, Motor Pasion and even our usually skeptical selves. Probably Autoblog, too.…
We love a good prank, especially one that's (albeit marginally) related to cars. This road-trip fakeout is a veritable cornucopia of hoonage, from beginning to end. It also includes an illustrative slo-mo, which lands the joke as if it were a 100lb marlin. Or something. (Send in the Hoons to firstname.lastname@example.org.)