When it’s done, it’s done. And when it ain’t done, it definitely ain’t done. That goes not only for cars, but other things as well. Lots. Of. Other. Things.
Ryan Hunter-Reay had a pretty good excuse to miss his friend's wedding. Maybe he really wanted to go, but this sounds like a great way to get out of events you might not have a good reason for missing. How can I reuse this?
Some of us with cars like to keep them mostly blemish-free. Others grow more attached the more their car is beat to shit. There are a lot of readers of this site in that second camp.
Seriously, how does the captain just walk by this guy on a violin after these musicians got thrown off a U.S. Airways flight? How do you keep a straight face when he says "Bach would be very upset."? Because I couldn't.
If you had any doubt the Dodge Challenger Hellcat was going to sound tame, that was all shattered with this revelation today.
Glad we riled up everyone with the ten car owners who won't shut up about their cars. But there are some car owners who are a little too silent. Where are the Renault Alliance owners? Volvo 780 Bertone?
Hope everyone had fun making Pastor Maldonado jokes today. Sure looks like you did. Don't worry about Pastor, he's used to it. Well, maybe not the brand of humor that erupts from these parts.
Possibly the last person I'd expect to do a seat belt public service announcement would be Taylor Swift. But here we are.
Possibly the most bizarre piece from the Powerpoint GM didn't intend for you to see was a whole bunch of words they told employees to steer clear of when describing problems.
Oh no, the Audi A3 Clubsport Quattro concept doesn't have a manual. Yes, it has 525 horsepower, all-wheel drive, five cylinders and has a big "quattro" on the front. But you're still going to complain about the lack of a manual.
If you haven't seen it, a cat did the most amazing thing today. Who says nothing good comes out of Bakersfield?
The 2014 Porsche 911 Turbo is loaded with tech and has no available manual transmission. Some people hate this. Others don't. And it's always an argument.
Forget the official statistics about your country's most popular vehicles, what's the unofficial car in your city or town?
Tanner Foust and Rutledge Wood of Top Gear USA graced Jalopnik HQ with their presence this afternoon, and were kind enough to jump on Kinja to answer your questions! Here are some of the more profound nuggets we learned about them and the show.
Back in the '90s, if you wanted an interesting Japanese car, you were probably directed towards a Mitsubishi showroom. These days, if you want a new car you're generally going everywhere except a Mitsubishi dealership.
Can't say I'm surprised to see SRT dead and the Viper called a Dodge again. It's like everything is right with the (car) world.
Basically you're going to need a $60,000 heavy-duty pickup if you're going to safely make a truck bed swimming pool. Or you could go above-ground pool, but that's just tacky. Think bigger, guys.
Personally, I like things with hatches. I like the ability to haul basically all of my belongings in my car. Perhaps that because college wasn't that long ago. Given the practicality of the hatch, I can see why it's easy to write the sedan off.