Suburban mall parking lots aren’t always home to cars that capture anyone’s attention. Aside from the dad in a lifted F-350 covered in Punisher stickers, none of the cars typically ever stick out.
Much like many rental car companies, airlines are now ending any discounts associated with National Rifle Association membership. In a tweet today, United Airlines announced that their partnership with the NRA will be ending.
Learning to drive can be a daunting experience. You are suddenly tasked with safely controlling a few thousand pound piece of steel in traffic. Not every car is best suited for this task. A Dodge Challenger Hellcat for instance, is probably the worst possible car for someone who has never driven a car. New drivers…
I love the Fiat 126 in a way that I can’t quite explain. Luckily, I have this excellent video to help me with it, wherein one 126 owner decides to show off his car to his skeptical buddy and breaks down twice before even making it onto the highway.
This AccuStrike AlphaHawk Nerf gun is selling for just $16, the lowest price ever. What are you still doing here?
Welcome to the Jalopnik Weekend Motorsports Roundup, where we let you know what’s going on in the world of racing, where you can see it, and where you can talk about it all in one convenient place. Where else would you want to spend your weekend?
Are you excited for the weekend? Do you have any big plans? Whether or not you do, find time to watch 1969's The Italian Job this weekend for Jalopnik Movie Club!
Bizarrely, this is the first time I’ve ever heard donuts (car donuts, not the kind you get from Tim Hortons or Krispy Kreme) referred to as “cookies.” Either way, I’m now both hungry and ready to spin a big, loud muscle car around in circles after watching this footage from a “Cookie Contest” in Iowa.
Jalopnik is on Instagram, you’re on Instagram, and we’re highlighting the best of it all every week using the #DriveFreeOrDie hashtag. This week, we’ve got Alfa Romeos, horses, childhood photos, flame-spitting Porsches, and a whole bunch of other cool, fun and weird stuff.
Stunt driving is an extremely intense, high pressure and dangerous profession, but it’s extremely rewarding for both the audiences that get to enjoy the crazy action on screen and the people that get to do the driving.
Adding in some mixed materials and succulents is a great way to diversify your workspace, and Kikkerland has both covered.
General Motors may have shuttered the doors of Oldsmobile and Pontiac, but on the internet, the brands can never die.
Ford’s leadership just got presidential.
Early today, a Falcon 9 rocket delivered the PAZ radio communications satellite, along with a pair of SpaceX-owned internet satellites, to low-Earth orbit. It was an otherwise routine launch and deployment, save for the attempt to recover the rocket’s payload fairing—a feat that’s never been tried before.
Volkswagen, seemingly unmoved by the extremely divisive and weak-selling Nissan Murano Crosscabriolet, announced plans to introduce a new convertible model based on its recently revealed T-Roc crossover in 2020. That’s right, folks, time is a circle and so we’re doing the convertible crossover thing again.
The roads in Michigan are wildly bad. How bad, you ask? Check out this photo of a pothole that’s so big a cop in Grand Blanc township can easily step inside.
There’s a lot of ways to make cars. You can stick the engine in the front, middle, or rear, you can drive two or four wheels, front or rear, and all these with all sorts of combinations. Lately, you can shove batteries and motors somewhere, too.
Every day, automakers and tech companies test self-driving cars on California roadways. Starting in April, remote-controlled autonomous cars could join them on public streets, according to the California Department of Motor Vehicles.