Look, we at Jalopnik are sort of biased when it comes to the small, light, honest, pure, emotional, exciting, intuitive, and interactive small roadster that is the Mazda Miata. Knowing how good each generation of the car has been, does the new one hold up as a pure expression of driving enthusiasm?
The Subaru Crosstrek (or XV) has a reputation to uphold being a Subaru promising the cavalier, maverick-type abilities of all-wheel-drive. So how exactly does this lifted hatchback CUV thing handle taken way way out of its comfort zone?
The Aston Martin DB9 wasn’t ever as fast as the rest of the field, yet it somehow managed to keep being the coolest gran tourer for more than a decade. XCAR demonstrates what the AMG-powered DB11 will have to top.
Nine days. Nine days until SPECTRE, the 24th Bond film, is released stateside and we finally get to see the Aston Martin DB10, Jaguar C-X75, Land Rover Defender “Bigfoot” and the Range Rover Sport SVR in glorious action.
When the Porsche Cayman GT4 came around earlier this year, there were whispers that the new car could outshine the 911 GT3. With only the option of a manual transmission, the GT4 entered the scene boasting 385 horsepower and top speed of 183 mph. The car does borrow from its Porsche relative, the 911, by virtue of its
Just your average 911. Except with all-wheel drive. And more power. And more expensive. And with the coolest roof on the planet.
A look back at the history behind the Lamborghini Huracan - a car that only wants to push you forward as fast as physically possible.
This is a RenaultSport Clio 220 Trophy, a hot hatch made by one of the best teams in the business. It has an automatic transmission, and according to XCAR, that still ruins everything else that’s good about it.
This is Norman Dewis. Norman Dewis was the chief test driver and development engineer for Jaguar from 1952 to 1985. He played a key role in developing more than two dozen of Jaguar’s most famous vehicles. In short, Norman Dewis has had a more amazing life than most people ever will.
The motoring press came up with the term “hypercar” when fast-moving objects like the Porsche 918, the McLaren P1 and the LaFerrari started opening dimensional portals around the likes of a 911 Turbo S, the 458 Italia or the 12C. Now, Audi is kind of doing a little bit of the same with the RS3. Which is coming to…
Remember how I wouldn’t shut up about riding in that amazing C-Type Jaguar in the Mille Miglia through Italy? Well, Alex Goy actually got to drive the beast, and he gives a wonderful account of the whole experience in his segment on XCAR.
The long awaited new Honda Civic Type R comes with 306 horsepower and 295 foot pounds attacking its front wheels, plus a pretty aggressive body. Would that be too much for you?
The Ferrari F12 is mad. It’s supposed to be a gran turismo, yet it can outrun most “track focused” supercars using the insane power of a V12 and a thing called aerobridge. It’s a modern classic already, but Ferrari should totally ruin that by producing it forever.
The guys over at XCAR are not entirely new to indoor crazy carting, but having a whole Toys R Us as a race track is a whole new level of insanity.
The 2016 Jaguar XE is a huge deal for the British luxury brand and its ongoing modern renaissance. Jaguar has dumped a ton of money into a new all-aluminum architecture as well as a range of new engines to go with the proven ones. They need it to be a big volume-seller that can fight the BMW 3-Series, one of the…