In the latest episode of The Simpsons Homer finds a Morgan 3-Wheeler in his garage because after 27 seasons, who even cares anymore. Enjoy musical number “Chubby Dude In A Tiny Car” and a guest appearance by Jay Leno. Yeah, go ahead and watch it here! Not still at work, are you?
What would happen if an automaker read the comments of Jalopnik and gave you exactly what you wanted? Potentially a costly disaster, a lesson we should have learned from a 23-year-old episode of "The Simpsons."
Elon Musk might've had cameos in Iron Man 2, Machete Kills, and that steaming pile of kitty litter known as Transcendence, but you're not an A-lister until you land on The Simpsons, and Musk will play/voice himself this season.
I'm an average American. I want a car designed by the average American, for the average American. Well, I don't have to look any further than this: The Homer. And now it's going racing.
Is your name Otto? Do you like to get blotto? Well then you might like today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe custom painted Ford Van. And in fact, you might not even need to be Mr. Burns to buy it.
One of the greatest episodes of The Simpsons is, without a doubt, "Marge Vs. The Monorail." The Conan O'Brien-penned episode has everything you could ever want.
James Glickenhaus, the Ferrari collector behind hits such as the P4/5 and P4/5 Competizione, used to direct films. We assume it was to feed his car loving habits.
Remember when Renault announced that they'd made a deal with 20th Century Fox to use characters from The Simpsons to shill the Kangoo minivan? Well, here's the result, which has been floating around the Internet for a while but hasn't landed here yet. It's about as entertaining as a French minivan could be; we're…
Though a few seasons of mismanagement and poor writing has made The Simpsons less relevant over here, they still seem to have enough pull in the European market to help Renault push some of its New Kangoos. We like the quirky looking MPV, so it doesn't offend us that Marge, Lisa, Bart, Homer and Maggie end up enjoying…
First it was your mother, then your friends and now a favorite animated and fictional character will be criticizing your driving. This talking Homer Simpson sits on the dashboard and lets the insults fly based on your driving tendencies. Homer will recognize every sharp turn or quick movement and will react…
Mostly, we're tired of anti-SUV humor. As is often the case, the Simpsons writers did it first and did it best with the legendary fake Canyonero spot, leaving everyone else's jabs looking second-rate and pedantic. Watch, enjoy, giggle — and most importantly — sing along! [Thanks to ThnderBlt for the tip.]