Gurgel May Be The Weirdest Car Company Ever

There's actually a lot of competition for the title of "weirdest carmaker." You've got companies like Sbarro making cars designed for falconry, and there's genuine kooks like Mohs, making gigantic, exterior-upholstered monsters. But when it comes to weird in actual volume production, it's hard to beat Brazil's Gurgel. » 10/09/13 2:32pm 10/09/13 2:32pm

A DeLorean Hovercraft Appeared At Last Night's Giants-Rockies Game

Our friends over at Productive Outs let us know about this, one of the more astounding things of the many bizarre ones we've seen in McCovey Cove. It's a DeLorean DMC-12 hovercraft, live and in action. » 8/11/12 9:01am 8/11/12 9:01am

No Superpowers Are Necessary To See Through This Corvette

After years spent doing award winning Corvette restorations, sometimes you have to mix it up. That is exactly what Kevin Mackay of the well known but unoriginally titled Valley Stream, NY restoration shop Corvette Repair Inc. decided to do when he came across this 1969 Corvette L88 sitting at a machine shop. » 3/03/12 2:00pm 3/03/12 2:00pm

Watch a "Lamborghini" drag car meet the wall at full throttle

When the world of drag racing and modified supercars combine the result is usually pretty wild. Most of the time it's highly tuned hot rod exotics running amazing 1/4 miles while appearing mostly stock (if you can apply that term to a supercar) but every once in a while it gets a little more extreme. » 10/15/11 12:30pm 10/15/11 12:30pm

Eight second vintage Rolls Royce is a twin turbo monster

It's hard to believe until you witness the sheer power in the above video, but this full bodied vintage Rolls Royce is capable of a 8.09 second 1/4 mile. According to the builder, the car is still 100% street legal although it has slimmed down quite a bit to a 3050lb race weight. Helping move this British steel down… » 9/03/11 12:30pm 9/03/11 12:30pm

Insecta Concept Draws Inspiration From Grasshoppers, Decepticons

Shao Yung Yeh, a 22-year-old Taiwanese design student at Cheng Kung University created the aptly named single-seat Insecta Concept (yes, you heard that right — an InsectaCon cept — nice Transformers reference, eh?) after being inspired by a grasshopper. With leg-like suspension arms that can raise and lower depending… » 10/20/08 4:40pm 10/20/08 4:40pm