Enthusiasts love diesel engines for their massive torque and non-hybrid-laden efficiency. Enthusiasts generally don't like the Porsche Cayenne because it's not a 911. Heads will surely explode, then, with the announcement that the 2013 Porsche Cayenne will finally be offered in the U.S. with the company's 3.0-liter…
New York is fairly forward-thinking when it comes to energy innovation, but it's pretty terrible when it comes to solar. City College of New York wants to change that, so they created an interactive solar map of the city using laser airplanes.
Here's a tip for any New Jersey residents planning to drive their expensive Lamborghini Murciélago to New York for next year's Puerto Rican Day Parade: don't do it unless you like a couple of plainclothes policemen deeply probing your car.
Those portable "no parking" signs outside of apartment buildings in New York City are merely suggestive. It's actually illegal to prevent anyone from parking on a public street, though try telling that to the doorman repelling your rusty Escort.
In 1989, VH1 gave away 36 vintage Corvettes in a contest. The winner sold those cars to artist Peter Max, who let them rot in a Brooklyn parking garage for twenty years. The cars recently disappeared. This is their story.
The New York show is fading fast into the recesses of our overloaded memory banks, but we couldn't wrap it up without acknowledging our Detroiter photographer James Lamoreaux and digicam/video contributors Joel Johnson, Andrew Krucoff and Chris Gage with a gallery of miscellaneous money shots. We're gonna sit by the…