You don’t need to stand in line at the crack of dawn or risk being trampled to death to score the best Black Friday deals; they’re all available online, and we’re collecting the best ones right here.
Every so often, we see an advertisement for a car burned so crispy that we have to wonder what happened. Today’s object of musing was this 2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon.
This happens every year in Los Angeles (and maybe every night): a total jam on the city’s highways, thanks to Thanksgiving travel. The funny part is either that all these drivers thought they could escape the traffic by traveling a day early or that all these drivers thought they could escape the traffic in LA at all.
It’s not the holiday yet, but we’re always thankful for the Triumph TR7!
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
Cats famously have nine lives. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Jag is a cat with 192K on the clock and that eats up at least a couple of those. We’ll have to see if its price means there’s still plenty left to go around.
The Philips Norelco OneBlade is the shaver of choice for every guy on our staff, and Amazon’s offering an unprecedented 50% discount on it for Black Friday.
The best teaser to get us all excited for the second season of The Grand Tour was always going to be having the hosts talk about all of the ways they nearly met their fate while filming the show.
This winter, around 17 million tons of rock salt from mines in the U.S. and all over the world will be applied to icy roads across the United States. A growing body of research shows that this salt has become an environmental pollutant, and that we need to start considering alternatives.
Today we got to see what it’s like to drive a diminutive Honda City and then ride the comically compact Motocompo motorcycle that lives in its butt. And we also learned something else about small cars.
Barf is one of the many problems that need to be addressed before driverless robotaxis hit the road, and Uber—which just placed a massive order for 24,000 autonomous cars—recently laid out plans for a system aimed at preventing you or I from getting motion sickness while being ferried around in a self-driving car.
Aston Martin doesn’t waste time, it turns out. The same day the new 2019 Aston Martin Vantage drops, we also get its racing version, the Vantage GTE. It’s headed to the World Endurance Championship next year, and it keeps that loud and ridiculous neon green-yellow paint.
Judging from this Holden’s taillights, this is probably a Holden HQ series Kingswood, built in Australia from 1971-1974. This one, though, puts out a lot more power than when it first came off the assembly line, or over 800 horsepower, if this video is to be believed.
Australia is home to lots of adorable furry things, like wombats and koalas and platypus, but it’s also home to some absolute horrors that crawled straight from Satan’s toilet for no reason other than to terrorize humans. This is a video about the latter group.
Irwin’s GrooveLock pliers are exceptionally popular, and at $16 less than its usual $80, this 8-piece set would make a great gift.
I know you’re in pain. Years of indignities, losses, betrayals and broken promises have left you empty and wondering if there’s anything left to be hopeful about. I feel much the same. But come with me. There is a better way. We can find peace together, in an old Volkswagen GTI.
For a while now, the next big goal in the never-ending quest for speed has been to hit 300 mph in a road car. The race to break that barrier has been heating up lately, with Koenigsegg’s average 278 mph record-setting run in Nevada demonstrating just how close we are. Bugatti might have something to say about it too.…