Wow. I can't believe how amazing the Super Bowl ad from Chrysler starring Eminem is that just aired. With a tagline of "Imported from Detroit," the commercial seriously gave me chills.
The Diablo is one long, mean piece of Italian muscle, and these rich Japanese trend-obsessed Lambotaku have managed to ruin at least four of them, as well as a host of other racing bulls. Strobes? LED lights? Dragon graphics? Chrome wheels? Someone stop them. Someone stop them now.
The art of the hillclimb is one of loose limbs, intense focus and raw power. Combine those and you've got a stopwatch-murdering time, as long as you've got the shifting skills (and accuracy) of an overclocked cyborg. Watch.
First, watch this video from yesterday out of the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania neighborhood of Squirrel Hill, as cars fly out of control down an icy hill, crashing into hapless parked cars below. Then be happy you don't live on this hill.
When Bill Costello's father died in 2009, he left a moldering 1958 BMW R50 which hadn't been started in 40 years — along with a secret note for his son. This is the tale of what happened next.
It's tough finding new ways to impress people with your stupidity, so this guy gets an "A" for originality... as well as dozens of needles in his skin... after jumping from a moving truck into a cactus.
It was made in Europe by the Dutch for the Romanian car company Dacia and their small Duster SUV. It's incredibly filthy, insulting, ageist, sexist, and strangely anti-gypsy. It's also a little hilarious. NSFW for language.
The people who make electric scooters like to advertise how they can take their elderly riders anywhere. There's probably a fine-print exemption to "anywhere" that includes the shoulders of busy freeways. This owner did not read the fine print.
A St. Louis police officer working off-duty at a gas station is under investigation after this video of him macing and batoning one of the station's patrons on New Year's Eve surfaced. The officer has a history of excessive force.
This police training video from the 1980s makes it fairly clear to the green highway patrolman he needs to worry about one thing and one thing only: knives. They're everywhere. And swords. And bums. FACE STAAAAAAAAB! Mildly NSFW.
Urban explorer Steve Duncan goes places nobody in their right mind would go, examining hidden infrastructure — the tunnels, subways, and sewers — of cities all over the world. Watch him reveal New York City's secret underground world.
From oil-saturated Gulf of Mexico waters to the ice-covered Hudson River, the U.S. Coast Guard saved more than 4,300 lives last year. Here are the 11 best videos of daring rescues, choppy sea-crossings, and one truly frightening battery replacement.
One might think that residents of Colorado Springs, Colo., might be among the most experienced in the country when it comes to winter weather driving. This video of a 20-car pileup Thursday afternoon as it happened suggests otherwise.
Watch a forklift driver in Taiwan provide the answer to the riddle "How do you move a BMW 5-Series wagon across a construction zone without its wheels touching the ground?" Ultimate driving machine, meet ultimate parking enforcer. (Thanks Robert!) [e90post.com]
Watch this amazing video of an Audi crashing just feet from a guy taking a leak by the side of the road. If the video's real, it's going more viral than herpes at a fraternity party. (H/t to AsianMartin!)
Three students at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta devised a way to hold a race in their dorm without any internal combustion machinery. It's just pure seat-of-the-pants driving, with a little Ken Block-wannabe action at the end.
This allegedly intoxicated driver of a large SUV crashed into dozen of cars on a busy Russian street. His victims, not pleased by this, beat the ever-living crap out of him today while police watch and participate. Warning: graphic video.
The only way to stop this reckless teenager terrorizing Ohio in a stolen dump truck last Sunday was to let the teen crash it. Watch the police wait and hope he doesn't take out all their squad cars.
The live German TV game show "Wetten Dass?" ("Wanna Bet?") was halted on Saturday mid-broadcast after a contestant, Samuel Koch, was severely injured. Koch was trying to jump over a moving car driven by his father. Disturbing video below.