As the sun sets on Super Bowl Sunday, here’s a bit of a peaceful break from your football-filled timelines and lives—courtesy of the open road and a Subaru.
Most wallpaper shots we feature on Jalopnik contain cars in their entirety, but this fraction of an Alfa Romeo is pretty mesmerizing on its own. Plus, it looks prettier from this angle anyway.
Can you just feel yourself whipping this car around for a few pavement donuts while looking at the photo above? Yes. And that makes any desktop a whole lot more inviting when you open it up for, like, work or something.
The sun just set on the original Audi R8, a supercar that helped put modern Audi on the map, but it’s rising on a new one.
The only thing better than one Porsches on your desktop wallpaper is four Porsches on your desktop wallpaper. Trust us.
Winter is coming, and we could all use a Hawaiian detour right now. But if you don’t exactly have island dreams coming true sometime in the near future, find peace in this Lamborghini heading down an oceanside highway.
Automotive photog Dave Burnett AKA “Puppyknuckles” drove a ‘16 Camaro from Bozeman to Seattle, just like we did. He had extra 100 horsepower or so, but damn if he didn’t make that thing look good sitting still.
Sometimes graffiti is illegal. Sometimes graffiti makes a really good backdrop for your 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback.
Ridiculously awesome and just about every other synonym of those words—that’s what this weekend’s 2016 Audi A7 wallpaper is.
There’s nothing quite like the sunlight gleaming off of a restored red paint job, is there? Luckily, this photo gives us more than one dose of it.
If you’re like us Texans (who have been practically underwater in floods for the past few weekends—just check out Circuit of the Americas on Oct. 30), the skies in this photo are probably quite a relief for you. The car is pretty great, too.
Usually our weekend wallpapers feature the exterior of cars, but we (and the photographer, Tim Dawkins) decided to take a bit of a different view this time around.
This weekend, our featured wallpaper is just plain peaceful — with the photo lighting, can you just imagine driving off into the sunset behind the wheel of this car (at high speeds)?
This weekend’s wallpaper comes to us from Kevan Bates, who told us that he’s a powertrain development engineer for Ford and got to work on the 2015 Ford Mustang. He said that as a perk of the job, he got early access to the test builds and took this shot in Flagstaff, Arizona.
With all of the people staring at the new Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo concept, I’m sure it whispered, “Take a photo, it’ll last longer.”
Though most of the things we find enticing these days — whether they be phones or anything else — are new, new, new, sometimes the past just can’t be beat. And with a head-turning ride like this, who needs anything fresh off of the lot?
This weekend’s wallpaper comes to us from Kurt Bradley, who is out at Circuit of the Americas for the huge Lone Star Le Mans weekend of racing. And this car in particular is a heartfelt tribute to a driver we said goodbye to earlier this year.
Today’s wallpaper comes to us courtesy of Nikhil Nachappa, who shot this FT-1 at this year’s Detroit Auto Show. Nachappa told us, “I won the photo contest for the concept cars category with this photo.” It’s easy to see why!
Monza is a place that oozes history, so Ferrari whipped out one of their old racers for an event to coincide with the Italian Grand Prix. This shot comes courtesy of Jamey Price, who captured the old and the new parked on Monza’s famous banking at an event hosted by Ferrari and their sponsor Shell.