Germany's Auto-BILD wanted to cast another rumor about an upcoming mini-G Wagen based on the A-Class called the GLG, so they drew up a rendering and slapped it on their front cover. We're not exactly convinced by their work.
Ferrari, which has been out of the hypercar game since the Enzo went out of production, is once again out and testing the mule for the legend's replacement.
Mercedes has put a number of heavily disguised cars through high altitude testing this week outside Denver.
Some cars, no matter how appealing, will always remain forbidden fruit to those of us on the Western side of the Atlantic.
Considering Ferrari hasn't produced a turbocharged vehicle since the F40, we were rather surprised hear the familiar sound of a turbo coming from this California recently spotted on the manufacturer's private test track.
Ferrari's oft-rumored replacement for the once unstoppable Ferrari Enzo supercar — sometimes called the Ferrari F70 — is the company's chance to rip the mantle of world's craziest car away from the Bugatti Veyron.
Even though Pagani is building the Huayra now, they'll still make you a Zonda if you ask for one. That's what F1 star Lewis Hamilton did, comissioning a one-off version with 760 HP and manual gearbox. These are the first ever pics.
We just saw the 2013 GL at the New York Auto Show, but it looks like Mercedes prematurely leaked three pictures of the upcoming AMG version before anyone was supposed to see it.
One of the perks of this job is getting to meet cool people like Jalopnik überfriend Rutledge Wood and his pal Kyle Petty. This dynamic duo of NASCAR insight called me today to explain they'd chased a manufacturer's prototype vehicle through a Carl's Jr. and they wanted to know what the vehicle was.
You know what the worst part about dying is? Other than loss of consciousness, sensory input, contact with loved ones, any joy, pleasure or feeling whatsoever, and the yawning abyss of the greatest unknown looming ahead of you? The hearses. That's the worst part. Those stupid, boring, slow, quiet hearses. They suck.…
A Jalopnik reader spotted Berlin's favorite taxi roaming the streets of Aurora, CO, where Mercedes-Benz regularly drives its test vehicles. It's the upcoming B-Class, Mercedes' mini-minivan that could be coming to the US for the first time next year.
Our friends at Cars UK ran this photo over the weekend of a camouflaged Jaguar. Is it a new Jaguar SUV, or a lifted station wagon to rival the Audi Allroad?
I'm sure those of you who saw yesterday's post about the leaked image of the Hot Wheels version of the yet-to-be-revealed new Viper, and were viewing it on a computer newer than a Commodore 64 probably were a bit disappointed with the quality of the image.
Chinese news sites are leaking pictures of the newest version of the Lexus ES, a.k.a. suburbia's favorite luxury sedan. Set to debut at the Beijing Motor Show in April, we're getting an unexpected view of the posh Camry's less boring new skin and interior.
Joining the hot new NASCAR Ford Fusion next year will be the vehicle you see here, which is purportedly the 2013 Dodge Charger stock car. It looks angry. Did we make it mad?