It’s always nice to see an unscathed Ford Mustang, right? Well, just not in your review mirror, of course.
With the summer fast approaching for a lot of us on this fine car blog, this scene is quite cool and refreshing—wouldn’t you say?
In case you hadn’t heard, Jalopnik has been out at Circuit of The Americas all weekend watching bikes go fast. If you didn’t get to enjoy the races for yourself—or even if you did—at least enjoy a lovely new wallpaper for your desktop.
This car went up in flames a few days after this photo was taken, but let’s not think about that. Let’s think about how hot it’ll look on your desktop instead.
Last week, the wonderfully talented Kurt Bradley and I got to go out to Circuit of The Americas and hang out with a few Aston Martin Vulcans. They put the V12 Vantages to shame on the front straightaway, and they were about as beautiful as a powerful, growling beast of a track car could ever hope to be.
In Porsche’s 911 lineup, it’s hard to argue against the Turbo S. But it’s also hard to swallow the $188,000 starting price tag, so, um, let’s just appreciate how pretty it looks for now.
What’s better than one Ferrari? Two Ferraris. (Unless you don’t like Ferraris, that is.) These two remind me of my cats at dinnertime, but they’re begging me to drive them rather than to feed them.
Remember two years ago, when BMW came out with that track-ready, water-injected BMW M4 GTS concept car? And then they actually produced it, and put a huge price tag on the thing? Well, we have some lovely photos of the car that you can view for a grand total of: free.
A mid-engined Porsche 911? Yeah, sure, it’s a possibility. Everything is. But this Porsche 911 right here is a reality, and it sure is beautiful.
Whenever we show you some major damage to a beloved car here on Jalopnik, we like to make up for it with a nice, pretty wallpaper—at least, we do when it’s the weekend.
If you frequent this lovely car blog, you’ve probably been reading a lot about the Mazda RX-7 lately. But, this time, let’s just sit back and admire one for a bit.
If you’re still patiently waiting for the racing season to be back in full swing, that’s totally understandable. Most of us are. Let this wonderful photo from the Rolex 24 get your through your tough times.
Parking garages aren’t fun. They cost money, they’re usually claustrophobic and... oh... wait... you know, maybe they’re not so bad after all...
The Ferrari LaFerrari may be super low to the ground and more than just a little bit difficult to get into, but you don’t have to do that if you’re just looking at a photo—a great photo, too. Isn’t that nice?
Great car photos are, of course, great. But great car photos with some humor to go along with them? You can’t beat that.
It’s now 2017 and everyone’s talking about the fact that it’s now 2017, so why don’t we throw it back to the 1930s? Let’s do that.
There’s nothing quite like staring in the face of a car when you get to the race track. And if you can’t be at the race track to appreciate that feeling in person, the next best thing is setting it as the background on your desktop.
It’s always nice when the pretty car photos outweigh the carnage and wrecks on the internet, so here’s a peaceful, not-wrecked Ferrari to make up for the post on the Ferrari 488 GTB that slammed into a barbershop from earlier today.
The ‘90s weren’t all weird and bad. Next time someone cringes thinking about the crimped hair and strange jeans of that decade, just show them this Porsche—it’ll make everything better.
There’s just something about good lighting. And a good car. And a good photographer, of course. Good thing we have all of that, right?