The Bentley Continental Flying Spur. It's a hand-built 6.0-liter W12 twin-turbo super sedan that also comes with a "Soft Close Power Latching Door System." It's a system so delicate it can apparently send you straight to the hospital.
Autosport reports that one member of Mercedes' DTM pit crew remains hospitalized after nearly being decapitated by an air line during practice at Zandvoort on Friday.
For most people, being the first to do something is all the achievement they'll ever need. My cousin Carl, for example, claimed he was the first person to masturbate while eating a taco, and it was on the strength of this triumph that he was almost accepted to a community college. Other people, however, can have a…
A Ford GT sports car apparently belonging to customizer — and serially unfaithful spousal partner — Jesse James landed in his neighbor's yard in Austin, Texas two days ago. What we know inside.
I'm back home visiting family in suburban Houston, Texas for Thanksgiving and what should happen while I'm back? Why, it's two turkeys in a pair of matching Corvettes drag racing across my hometown and wrecking their cars in completely stupid fashion.
A Phoenix man became trapped inside his SUV on Thursday after he lost control of the vehicle, causing it to roll over and strike a utility pole. In the process, the driver rear-ended another vehicle driven by a man named George Lindell, who later described the events to local Fox affiliate KSAZ-TV in this amazing…
This Lamborghini Murcielago burned to the ground earlier today in Brooklyn, New York. There's speculation that two men stole the exotic car before fleeing, but there's no explaining for why they torched a car that starts at around $350,000.
Preliminary statistics from NHTSA show Americans drove an additional 6.6 billion miles in 2009 and yet only 33,963 died in accidents, down 8.9% from 2008 and 22% from 2005. Thanks nanny state!
An argument in a car became a brawl on Wisconsin highway 78, which in turn became a fatal accident Wednesday night. Police say the men were on the ground wrestling and not visible to drivers when struck. [Telegraph Herald]