The crew cab Land Rover Defenders we’ve already seen slam, ram and explode there way through a few James Bond trailers are totally awesome looking. Here’s a big ol’ image for your desktop so you can bask in their awesomeness all day!
Auto shows are about one thing above all else - looking at cool cars. As one of the photographers covering the event, I've compiled a few of the best high-resolution wallpaper-worthy shots for your viewing pleasure, taken with my very own camera. Enjoy.
Earlier this week I visited the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show with the specific objective of taking pictures of cars until my camera's shutter exploded. Out of the thousands of shots that we took, here are some that desperately need to be on your desktop.
You knew a DeLorean was pretty much the best car you use for time travel, but did you realize the cars could be ordered with an OEM ski rack? This one looks pretty much perfect with a pair of Volant stainless steel skis strapped across the rear louvers.
In 1989, Land Rover hustled a flock of first-gen Range Rovers over the toughest trails on Colorado's Continental Divide. Here's the delightfully retro video of the original expedition, and a breathtaking batch of photos from this year's reunion tour.
Ever over-the-top creator of military-grade luxury trucks Dartz has seen fit to create this masterpiece of Vladimir Putin as John McClane of Die Hard, one of their six-wheeled G-Wagens wearing casino-rug carpet camo, and general total-war chaos.
There's something strangely appealing about this picture, even if the trailer hitch on the toy Jeep is totally out of proportion. Can you capture the essence of what's happening here in a haiku?
There's something so soothing about all that blue, green, and white makes me want to hang out in this muddy valley near James Peak, Colorado all day. Having a classic 4Runner to play with wouldn't hurt either.
Ivan "Ironman" Stewart joined Toyota's factory off-road racing team in 1983, and made their Trophy Trucks truly iconic over his 82-win career. This might be the coolest image ever of "#11" in classic Toyota red, white, and yellow.
Mondays. Ugh. AMIRIGHT? Well, I know what makes me happy, and it starts with an "M" and ends with "iata." Miata!
You'd be hard pressed to find many cars that are more insane than the stuff TVR used to make. One of my all-time Jeremy Clarkson quotes goes thusly: "In the olden days I always got the impression that TVR built a car, put it on sale, and then found out how it handled – usually when one of their customers wrote to the…
The Porsche 959 needs no introduction. It's arguably the greatest Porsche ever made, the granddaddy of most modern supercars, and a legend in auto racing.
If you ask me, there aren't too many cars that are cooler than the Lotus Esprit.
Ever read up on Corvette history? It's actually pretty fascinating. While the modern ZR1 is considered by many to be the last word in American performance, the 'Vette wasn't always that way.
It's pretty hard to argue against a classic air-cooled Porsche 911. Its distinctive good looks, fascinating history, Germanic toughness and performance make it a great buy, no matter what year it's from.
If you suddenly found yourself about $300,000 richer, what kind of car would you buy? A hopped-up Porsche? Some kind of Lamborghini? You could always go the predictable route and get a Ferrari.
Our Forzalopnik voting prompted an outpouring of opinion in the comments. Our splash art, composed of voted-on cars, prompted many of you to ask for wallpaper-friendly versions. Here they are, ready to heftily devalue your home and/or workplace desktops. Enjoy!
Toyota has contacted Jalopnik and informed us their company's perplexing attempt to claim rights to desktop images uploaded by users and hosted at DesktopNexus was the result of an "internal miscommunication" and they they offered a sincere apology to those at the site involved in the fracas. This is a major reversal.…
The owner of DesktopNexus, a major provider of user-generated desktop backgrounds on the web, was contacted by Toyota's lawyers and told any image featuring a Toyota, Scion or Lexus vehicle was property of Toyota and should be removed, including images created by users. As you'd imagine, the users at DesktopNexus are…