The internet loves Nürburgring crashes. Race crashes, prototype crashes, crash compilations—we’re obsessed. But we don’t really talk about what comes next. The price penalty drivers face for wrecking part of the track is probably worth more than the cars.
Fill Up on Philips Shavers, TVs, Hue Lights, Toothbrushes, Air Fryers, Pasta Makers, and More—for Less
It’s time for the best Philips deals for April 2020.
I’ll admit that I made the mistake of looking at the Vilner Garage website and seeing the actual people behind the boutique rich-guy car customizing outfit, because now I feel a little bad about what I’m about to do, which is shit on this press release they just sent out about a stupid Dodge Demon they customized the…
I’ve been so busy stumbling over myself in a haze of stokedness over the new Ford Bronco that I forgot that we’re almost due for an F-150 update. Check out this freshly leaked set of pictures, showing what sure looks like the next Ford pickup cab interior. And there’s more to look at than the big swaths of screens.
Govee LED Bulb Lights | $16 | Amazon | Promo code NEAWXI7P
When the Polestar Precept concept from Volvo’s electrified sister company first debuted last month, I didn’t think there was a lot of specifications and details to really get excited about yet, as it was just a vague concept. And that’s still true! But it turns out the interior is actually interesting.
If you are new to wearing a face mask, and are one of the two-thirds of American adults who wear prescription glasses, you may have noticed a problem: foggy lenses. It sounds minor, but now that the CDC has recommended that everyone wear cloth face masks when we go outside, to help prevent the spread of coronavirus,…
Jalopnik Is Hosting Its Second Virtual Car Trivia Night On Friday So Get Ready For Obscure Questions
Last Friday, 63 mostly sober Jalopnik readers logged into a Zoom meeting only to be bombarded by obscure automobile questions that my coworker Jason and I carefully crafted for maximum devastation. Now, by popular demand, the automotive bloodbath continues on to week two. If you want to participate in Jalopnik’s…
At the beginning of this year, forecasters thought 2020 would see car sales in the U.S. of just under 17 million. That would’ve been a modest decline from 2019, when car sales were just over 17 million. Then coronavirus happened, and the new reality set in.
Most of the nation is still shut down and will be for the foreseeable future. With much of the population hunkering at home, major metropolitan areas across the country, including New York, Los Angeles and Denver, are reporting an uptick in speeding tickets issued in the past few weeks. Some cities are even directing…
Tesla is putting its workers on hold and cutting salaries, car production is warily re-starting, airlines are cutting airplanes, and some ventilators. All that and more in the Morning Shift for April 8, 2020.
This 1956 DKW brochure has perhaps one of the best/worst lines in any brochure, ever, and, thankfully, one that could be applied to pretty much any car: “Even in very low temperatures, the engine is always “there.” That is a pretty nice feature to have in a car, a non-temperature-based system for your engine to escape.
If you like all the cars, then you’ll love the ad for today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Bimmer as it pretty much lists every one that’s ever been made. Let’s find out if this 735i’s rare manual gearbox can make up for that faux pas, and more importantly, make its asking price.
Following the approval of Alphabet’s Waymo to run without a safety driver, Nuro is only the second company to be allowed totally driverless testing on California roads. Mostly because the Nuro R2 prototypes aren’t big enough to fit a driver anyhow. On Tuesday the self-driving startup was granted a permit allowing its…