This hasn’t happened for a some time, but I’m glad it did. I needed it today. This morning, we wrote about how Mazda is putting its Skyactiv-X engine into the upcoming Mazda 3. We called it Mazda’s “holy grail” engine. This colorful choice of words could mean only one thing:
Our man Robb Holland got to drive the new Panamera GTS. If you want a 911 but actually need to move adult humans and cargo, this car is it. Robb had some issues with the brakes, but we figured out why.
The old Acura RSX should have had more RDX.
Why is it that England has so many tiny, niche, bespoke sports car companies that have been around in near-obscurity for decades despite questionable profitability? Besides the stuff owned by Germans these days, it seems like all they make.
Yesterday Toyota announced it was recalling some of its C-HRs, since their bolts can loosen, possibly causing the rear wheels to fall off. Somehow, one Jalopnik reader turned this situation into a joke about the singer Kenny Rogers.
I’ll be honest: I had no clue what the heck this comment was all about, or why so many…
This morning we wrote about the spiraling costs of American trucks, inspiring many of you to argue a lot of things, including, I shit you not, a few, “Actually, trucks are great value these days.”
Little known fact that you probably now know: the development of the Porsche 959 was a horrible mess. The car that was basically an über, all-wheel drive turbo 911 cost Porsche a ton of money to develop, was released two years late and tried to be everything to everyone while upholding German standards of engineering…
A lot of you had OPINIONS today about Elon Musk’s fans offering free assistance for Tesla’s shipping woes. While some of you felt disgusted that a rich and powerful CEO would take up the labors of kind, though completely untrained, enthusiasts for free, others cheered the idea on and even came up with ways to get…
Today we showed you a Porsche 944 with a Chevy small-block under a modified hood. While some readers consider this modification an improvement, one does not. This reader is, of course, correct.
Today, we saw a Ferrari TheFerrari hit the Bring A Trailer page with just 95 miles on the clock. Wow! Ninety-five miles is an incredibly low figure; whoever buys this thing is basically getting a brand new car.
The 2018 Audi A4 Ultra Edition comes with a fancy flat-bottomed steering wheel. We should be asking ourselves: does that matter?
Don’t be persuaded by David Tracy’s trickster ways. As he attempts to distract from his constantly precarious collection of vehicles, confront him and let the truth be known.
You idiots actually made spending millions of dollars feel like work?
The new BMW Z4 is here to bring balance to the universe.
When the ethical dilemma of advertising in web publishing fights back.
Jeremy Clarkson is tweeting not-so-helpful advice about how to achieve the same level of success as him, so let’s put it all into perspective.
The communists seized the means of Italian supercar production.
Last week, we asked you what features should be standard on all cars. It turns out you all probably want a Saab.
TV and bad “pranks” have given honest, struggling shops a bad name, and it sucks.
Have you ever smoked your tire so hard it just exploded? Were you too excited by it to wonder what the hell actually happened? Well no worries, here’s what’s up.