Though I appreciate the rocky cliffs and craggy hills of Forza Horizon 4's new Northern Isles-inspired Fortune Island, I worry that once I finish all the expansion’s treasure hunts I’ll lose my appetite for brown emptiness.
Lincoln has a very specific kink, and they love to tease us with it. The kink is the suicide door—specifically, rear suicide doors on a four-door car, in a configuration called “clapdoor” and made famous on the fourth-gen, 1961 to 1969 Lincoln Continental. It’s a great look, and while I would love to see a production…
The Metropolitan Transit Authority’s subway system is in a desperate shape and its riders are very, very vocal about just how terrible it can be.
The tech world told a lot of lies in 2018, and it was caught in those lies at what feels like an unprecedented rate. Some Silicon Valley players even began to wake up to the lies they told themselves over the years. With such a flurry of falsehoods, it’s worth taking a look back to see who went big in the year that…
A 1956 Ferrari 290 MM sold at a Los Angeles auction for $22 million. Unlike some of the other old Ferraris that sold at auction for a lot of money, this one was special because it had most of its original period parts and was restored by Ferrari itself. How neat is that?
Obviously, these $38 Bluetooth headphones from TaoTronics don’t sound as great or block noise as well as a high end pair of Sony or Bose headphones. Obviously!
Tariffs are down to a cool 15 percent from 40, Tesla workers are fighting the good fight, and Luxembourg just made America look like a chump. All that and more on The Morning Shift for Friday, the 14th of December.
We live in a strange era, where both the fifth-generation Toyota Supra and an electric crossover concept from Infiniti are scheduled to debut at the Detroit Auto Show in January. One is the revival of an old great, and the other is a look into the future of cars—a future that seems to be full of light-up brand logos.
As Jalopnik’s resident car buying expert and professional car shopper, I get emails. Lots of emails. I’ve decided to pick a few questions and try to help out. This week we are talking about good cars from bad dealers, aftermarket warranties, and price increases for used Lexus GS sedans.
Kershaw’s popular Leek knives are great general-purpose fold-out blades, and several different styles are on sale today in Amazon’s Gold Box. Prices start at just $24, but for $42, you can get the stunning Sandvik steel model, which is all matte black and impervious to fingerprints.
You made it through the week, pals! Fantastic job. I have one more thing for you to do, though. Finish this sentence, please: “A Glas 1204 Roadster pulled up, driven by a woman in yellow, who pulled out a …”
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
You know what you don’t see much of any more? T-Tops, that’s what. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe 280ZX has them and an almost new interior underneath those glass majesties. Let’s see if the price makes it something you’d like to see a lot more of.
It is my genuine and deeply held belief that a miniature car jump starter is one of the most thoughtful holiday gifts someone can give. Some day, somewhere, it’ll get your giftee out of a tricky situation, and they’ll remember that it was you—thoughtful, intelligent you—that saved them with your foresight and…
I’ve always dreamt of a road made of chocolate. One on which, even if I fell from my bike and landed on my face, I’d at least get to stick my tongue out and taste some cocoa goodness to ease the pain. Earlier this week, such a road existed in Germany thanks to a giant spill.
I have straight up no idea how I came across this story that had sat in my bookmarks folder for, I think, years, but it discusses international tariffs, automobiles, and leeks, three of my favorite things.
One of my favorite categories of not just cars, but objects in the known universe are little-known old Volkswagen prototypes. That’s why I’m always so delighted when I encounter one I wasn’t previously aware of. Last year, I found out about this amazing South African Beetle-based SUV prototype, and was amazed. Today,…