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Some were there for the racing. Some for the engineering. Some for the crashes. But I was there for the memes. And boy, did LeMans 2018 deliver.
Following today’s report that a gaggle of German automakers are interested in convincing the European Union and the U.S. to get rid off all their automotive tariffs currently proposed and in practice, it could spell the end of the hated Chicken Tax. There’s only one question that matters.
We’ve finally welcomed the return of the BMW 8 Series, with attractive styling that isn’t quite as exciting as the classic model but still looks good. None of that will matter soon, as these patent renderings of an 8 Series Gran Coupe are going to ruin everything.
Amazon announced their fashion subscription box, Prime Wardrobe, last year. But today, it’s officially being rolled out to all their Prime Members as part of their Prime subscription, for free.
These Old Dirty Boots were made for walkin’ in the opposite direction of an overpriced bicycle from a dying brand.
Porsche has announced that it is acquiring a 10 percent stake in Croatian supercar company Rimac, kicking off what the companies say will be a close collaboration.
Were you aware that the Honda Civic Type R uses a Mitsubishi Heavy Industries TD04 turbocharger, running up 23 pounds of boost to make all of the car’s 306 horsepower? That’s great information, but it’s not even close to making the cut for the five things you really ought to know about driving this front-drive…
The system’s current name is Highway Pilot, according to Henrik Green, Volvo’s Senior Vice President of Research & Development. The system will allow you to, “to ‘eat, sleep, work, watch a movie, relax, do whatever,” Green said today, a bold ambition for a company that previously had only said they had planned to be …
Finally, some potentially good news: in an effort to get the Trump administration to abandon its plan to place a 25 percent tax on all European auto imports, all three of the big German automakers—Daimler, Volkswagen, and NSU (just kidding, it’s BMW)—have come up with a proposal that would get rid of all car import…
General Motors is recalling its 750-horsepower road-going monster at the top of the Corvette line, the 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1, for risk of airbags not deploying in the event of hard braking and acceleration. The recall includes about 500 cars, and GM engineers discovered the issue at a track day.
Radwood, the ultimate celebration of 1980s and ’90s automotive nostalgia, is on this weekend in San Francisco. And we’re driving up from LA in something that’s as rad as cars come–a Pontiac Firebird. But not just any Firebird. This, friends, is a Knight Industries 2000.
With the flick of switch, this Black & Decker machine transforms from a leaf blower to a mulcher to a vacuum. Although today’s price isn’t the best we’ve ever seen, it’s still the cheapest we’ve seen since February.
With a competitive spirit that could shame most Olympians, you lovely Jalops submitted dozens of rad rides to our reader contest for this Sunday’s Radwood car show. It was a tough contest. The cars were very good! But in the end only three can be champions, and here they are.
Volkswagen’s new I.D. R Pikes Peak electric car set an untouchable qualifying time of 3:16.083 today with Romain Dumas behind the wheel, the company announced today. Qualifying only uses the first 5.2-mile section of the course, yet the pace demonstrated today shows that the electric record they want to claim on race…
We’ve all been dreaming of the day we could pair our love for BMW’s newest grand tourer with the nation that brought us the smooth tunes of the saxophone. It’s finally come, as BMW of Belgium’s configurator for the new 8 Series is live.
This year marks the 40th birthday of one of the greatest sports cars ever made: the wedge-shaped, rotary powered Mazda RX-7. So let’s celebrate a car that gave this world all the spinning triangle weirdness it deserved.
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Ford, like every automaker, is racing to develop autonomous driving technology and deploy a slate of electric vehicles. So, we’re told, it bought a building. Game changer, baby.
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