If you hopped into a Suzuki Every Turbo and hoofed your way across the tornado-prone plains, would you get wind-blown off the road to a grisly and crumply death? Probably! But this guy survived it.
Volkswagen’s been releasing lots of plans for electric vehicles lately, no doubt because they’ve been forced to invest in EV infrastructure to help mitigate the damage they did with Dieselgate—it’s part of the company’s settlement agreement. So here’s a new electric van, complete with a press photo next to a renewable…
Yesterday, after geeking out about some modified Peruvian Beetles, a reader sent me a picture of a car that I can’t believe I wasn’t aware of. It’s a humble vehicle, a workhorse, but it’s so goddamn clever in design it makes me want to squeeze something. Hard. It’s a Fiat Panda Van.
Here’s a tip that will take you a long way in life: don’t hit a plane with a van. The plane will nearly always win.
For years I’ve gone on about how cool Toyota Previas are, with their midengine/rear-wheel drive platform tucked under an egg-shaped minivan body. But it turns out Toyota wasn’t the only one to follow this formula.
Dammit, Top Gear made it look so easy.
Look, who hasn’t ridden in an old truck with some exposed wiring and a couple gas canisters in the back?
When you’re a two-time drifting champion, this is the kind of prank your coworkers pull on you.
In Europe there is a van. It is called the Citroen Jumpy. “Jumpy” is a great name for anything. It’s a great name for a van.
I still desperately want Ford’s 2007 Airstream concept van.
That’s not a typo, or a metaphor. We are actually living in the Detroit Auto Show. Right now, and for the next two days. In vans.
Damn, Japan, you completely schooled us. There is no vehicle that us Americans have even dreamed of that is as forward in space-utilization as the Daihatsu Nori Ori concept unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show.
Hong Kong is Minivantopia. There’s no denying it. I flew to Hong Kong a few weeks ago and saw the coolest, most pimped-out minivans I’d ever seen.
My automotive existence is a constant state of wrestling with an often-broken car with not very much space. This might be why I start drooling when I see Suzuki’s new van concept.
A 1980s-era Toyota Van (aka the MasterAce aka the Passenger Van aka the Wonderwagon) is not built to tackle the ups and downs of a motocross track. So what happens when you drive one on there anyway?
If you’re wondering what really happens when you choose express delivery, here you go.
You may laugh at a clown car, because of how many people fit inside it. Eventually, however, so many people fit into one car that the reasoning behind it just becomes sad. That’s the case with this (originally six-seat) minivan in China, which managed to squeeze 51 people inside.
Quigley is a small family-owned van upfitter that specializes in turning cargo carriers into off-road animals with 4WD. They already did the Baja 1000 in a Chevy 2500, and now they’ve turned a 2015 Ford Transit into an enormous EcoBoosted “rock-crawler,” sort of.
See? Hillary Clinton’s van is way, way more A-Team than Mystery Machine. Check out that vent though. Nice vent. You think it’s got TV’s in there? It’s a Chevy Express conversion van, so it’s probably got a TV. And curtains. Gotta have curtains on your conversion van. Can’t run for President without curtains on…