We saw the second McLaren Senna ever delivered, and specifically, its key on Tuesday. We also heard its glorious roar. Behold.
Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton just signed another two years of his career to Mercedes, which hasn’t been as dominant as usual lately but evidently isn’t hurting financially because of it. Reports say Hamilton will make up to $51.9 million per year through 2020, or way more than LeBron James’ contract.
Major automakers and startups are vying to launch electric vehicles in the U.S. in the coming years, competing for a small slice of the car buying public. But however crowded the field gets here, it’s nothing like what’s going on in China, which now has, no joke, 487 electric vehicle makers based in the country.
In his endless quest to discover how regular household items combine with crappy Russian automobiles, Vlad from Garage 54 ENG just made a wheel out of 10,000 sheets of standard A4 printer paper and a whole lot of glue. He then bolted the creation to a sedan and drifted. Successfully.
The new Lockheed Martin LM-100J is essentially a civilian version of the C-130J Hercules already in service with militaries all over the world, from the United States to Denmark to India. But this civilian version is new, which means Lockheed Martin is trying to sell some planes. No better way to do that than with…
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The weighted blanket boom that you’ve seen on Amazon over the last year can be traced back to a very successful Kickstarter for the Gravity Blanket. It wasn’t the first weighted blanket, but it was the first marketed to average consumers to help them stay cozy and combat anxiety, and now, it’s on sale on Amazon for…
A steam pipe exploded in the Flatiron District of New York City this morning, leaving a crater in the street and steam billowing over the streets. Update: five people reportedly suffered from minor injuries.
It’s actually sadder than it’s been in decades that we Americans don’t get French cars. So many of them are so good right now, from the Citroën Cactus to the Alpine A110 to the crazy handsome Peugeot 508. We can add another piece of delicious forbidden fruit to that modern list: the new Renault Megane RS Trophy, the…
Bring back the Civic del Sol! Look how much fun this guy’s having. He probably misses his today.
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
Holden Caulfield is a literary character that you probably wouldn’t want to hang out with, as honestly, he’s kind of a dick. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Commodore, on the other hand, is a Holden you might not mind getting to know, That is, if this Maloo is worth the Moolah.
Dyson dominated the nominations in our favorite vacuum Co-Op, and you can pick up a refurbished Dyson V6 Motorhead from Amazon for just $184 today, or about $50 less than the usual refurb price. You’d be hard pressed to find any Dyson vacuum for under $200, let alone a battery-powered one, so I’d take advantage of…
Summer is in full swing and you know what that means–it’s bad driving on the beach season! The people in this poor Jeep Wrangler were probably having a lot of fun until the ocean tried to eat their vehicle. It damn near got the thing, too.
Jalopnik Movie Club: Friendly reminder that this week’s movie review is Mission: Impossible 2! If you have any hot takes, be sure to email me at justin [at] jalopnik [dot] com, or make your case in the comments below.
After exploring all the options you submitted, these three tents set up camp at the summit of the vote count. Check out the finalist below, and submit your vote for your absolute favorite backpacking tent.