Of all the strange and bizarre concept cars to ever exist, the Ferrari 512S Modulo Concept is among the strangest and most bizarre. It looks like a car more suited for space exploration than traversing human roads, but now that it runs and is finally road legal, it can finally fulfill its destiny of baffling people…
We spend the majority of our time with our cars sitting inside them. And one of the things that we look at the most is the dashboard, which provides all kinds of useful information. The problem with modern dashboards, as informative as they are, is that they all kind of look the same. To find uniquely designed…
After looking at the cheapest cars sold at the 2018 Pebble Beach auctions, let’s now take a look at the most expensive. Full disclosure, there’s not anything realistic or attainable on this list—unless you are some kind of petroleum oligarch, in which case, god bless—but we can all dream.
Hello everyone. Today’s rant is born from some truly appalling behavior I witnessed this past weekend during Monterey Car Week. I expected more from the so-called “high class” but I guess even money can’t always buy manners. This one is simple: Don’t touch other people’s cars.
In the 1960s, China finally built a luxury car of its own, the Hongqi. But the car was meant for Chairman Mao and other official duties in local governments, and as such, few are ever seen outside of China, or up close at all. But two rolled into the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance this year, the first Chinese cars…
The Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance isn’t really an institution known for taking a lot of risks or doing unexpected things, but this year they will be doing at least one new thing by showcasing, for the first time, cars built in mainland China. The cars are a pair of Hong Qi limousines, and they are pretty remarkable.
It’s Monterey Car Week, where some of the most expensive and exclusive cars ever made are displayed and auctioned off. It’s the perfect event to see automotive legends—and it’s practically begging for a heist. Here’s how you theoretically could pull it off.
Get ready, guys. Jalopnik is swapping out the ghillie suits we usually wear to the office for some fancy clothes and big hats because we’re headed to Pebble Beach! Want to see some awesome car photos? Then keep an eye on the Jalopnik Instagram page all weekend.
Infiniti, a luxury car brand that we have increasingly questioned the point of, admittedly does concepts well. Past design studies have been both retro and sleek and the automaker’s newest Prototype 10 concept car doesn’t seem like it will be any different.
The Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance was a sight to behold with all manner of drop-dead gorgeous vintage machinery on display. Unfortunately, that’s also its problem. It’s no longer an event for cars. It’s a glorified museum on a golf course.
If there’s one feature I miss from old cars, it’s the hood ornament.
Earlier today, we did a story on the most expensive cars sold at the Pebble Beach Auctions. That was a fun story to write, because we can all relate to not being able to afford even a single tire on one of those cars.
Pebble Beach is Mecca for people who love cars. It’s not just for the rich and the richer. It really is for everyone who loves beautiful, fast, and wildly incredible machines. We’re going to be there, and you should come hang out.
The Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance is the highlight of a long weekend of events designed to celebrate the art of the automobile. It's also an opportunity for the wealthiest and most particular car enthusiasts in the world to show off their opulence. Being neither wealthy or even that particular, we did our hilarious…
Without a doubt, the premier classic car show in North America is the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. Each year, 200 impeccable cars descend on the 18th green at Pebble Beach and compete for the coveted Best in Show.