Aston Martin is finally teasing out the specs behind its first all-electric sedan, the Rapide E, and it’s apparently going to be capable of hitting a difficult target the automaker set a year ago: a full lap of the historic Nürburgring, powered by more than 600 ponies.
Two compact Nissans as the SUV-pocalypse’s latest victims, Dieselgate troubles, a Faraday Future delay and more await you in The Morning Shift for Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018.
The Kindle Voyage, which has been my personal Kindle for the last several years, is no more, supplanted by the Kindle Oasis. May it rest in peace. So if you don’t want to spend $250 on an Oasis, and the $129 Paperwhite doesn’t check all of your boxes, you should buy a refurbished Voyage while you still can.
Bring A Trailer, the website set up to help you find listings for no-rust Renault Dauphines with a missing engine, is selling a LaFerrari with 95 miles on it for some reason. I expect the price to land somewhere between “GDP of a small country” and “the moon.”
This is the Nissan Zaroot concept from 2011. I live in the universe where it was built as a production car, exactly as you see it here. We all drive Nissan Zaroots now. It’s awesome. Get on my level. In this universe Bruce Vilanch is president as well.
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
The second generation Cadillac Seville initiated a whole generation of bustle-back booty calls. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe candidate has the added advantage of an extended wheelbase and limo accommodations. Let’s see what that all might just be worth.
Power tool deals get all of the attention, but at a bare minimum, everybody needs some good hand tools in their arsenal.
For those of you who are deeply emotionally affected by horrible car design ideas, I’m sorry you have to see this Hyundai Santa Fe Cabriolet. I know if I could unsee it, I would.
The U.S. Mid-Atlantic region is one of the most heavily armed places on Earth, home to aircraft carriers, nuclear missile submarines, F-22 Raptor fighters, and thousands of other pieces of military hardware. The region alone packs more military firepower than most countries. It’s also now staring down one of the most…
While the three-row capable 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE will make its official debut at the Paris show next month, the automaker has quietly released copious photographs and all of the information surrounding the SUV today. Not the most exciting-looking thing in the world, but it’ll sell like hotcakes.
Every time I buy wine at the store, I spend far too much time picking six bottles (have to get that 10% discount, you know) based on price, style, and mostly, how eye-catching the labels are. I think I’ve found a better system with Firstleaf.
David has a particular knack for writing about his projects in a way that makes the rest of us feel like we’re there turning wrenches and uncovering horrible truths in the process. Those of us who do our own work on our own old cars can commiserate, because we’ve all been there. We’ve all seen projects spiral out of…
A Nissan Murano recently rolled into Mike Thomson’s shop at a Nissan dealership in Ontario, Canada because of a check engine light. Upon popping the hood, Thomson and his team discovered hundreds of nuts stashed in every nook and cranny of the engine bay.
Self-driving autonomous concepts are all the rage these days, with Volvo introducing its 360c concept last week and Mercedes unveiling its own yesterday, while GM came out with their own phoned in version earlier this year. Laugh now, but this is going to be the solution to transportation problems for decades to come,…
After their son and daughter-in-law died in a motorcycle crash earlier this year, a Canadian couple decided to put their son’s Pontiac Parisienne up for auction to help raise his two young children. But instead of buying the car, bidders donated roughly $76,000 in an emotional showing of support, Global News reports.
Chemical Guys makes everything you need to keep your car showroom-spotless, and one of their best bundles is $20 off its usual price today.
You’re probably familiar with the old sayings, “where’s my flying car?” and “where’s my jetpack?” But the most depressing question for plenty of space nerds from the 20th century might be, “where’s my vacation on the moon?” And I just got really depressed reading a paper from 1987 about the space travel advances we…