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…
Jalopnik got bored earlier this week and decided to hit up the Bear Mountain Car Cruise, an enthusiast event that meets every Wednesday in the summer about an hour out of Manhattan. What we saw changed us forever, including an Alpine A110, Slantnose Porsche, Saab Sonnett, and a Toyota Sera that our hearts won’t let us…
Porsche, the German automaker that makes performance cars for watch collectors, has sadly become confused on the meaning of words and the industry phenomenon known as “spy shots.”
As an accredited motorsports photographer, I’ve been fortunate enough to cover many of the biggest series on the planet. With Formula One, MotoGP, WEC, IMSA, Pirelli World Challenge, and others on my résumé, I’ve experienced a solid mix of hurdles and successes at racetracks all over the globe. But until last week,…
Our photographer Kurt Bradley is hard at work on the scene at the 2018 24 Hours of Le Mans—and while he’s busy snapping away, I’m here to share some of his fantastic photographic highlights from the first half of the race and keep y’all updated on what’s happening on track. It’ll be just like you’re there at the…
Would you look at the time, the car time. We’ve been soliciting your Instagram posts and telling you to use the #DriveFreeOrDie hashtag, and now we’re going to check out all of the cars, which include a tank, a GTV6, and whatever the hell a Ford Scorpio is.
Would you look at the time, the car time. We’ve been soliciting your Instagram posts and telling you to use the #DriveFreeOrDie hashtag, and now we’re going to check out all of the cars, which include lifted Minis, horrid limousines, overloaded Fiat trucks and bull horns.
It’s been a while since I last dug into my car, which might explain why I got antsy and decided to tear into another fiddly old machine instead: an old camera with a seized lens. This will be a fun little project, I thought, picking up some lithium grease at the hardware store. Needless to say, not only has everything…
The sheer number of automotive YouTube channel proves it’s not hard to mount a GoPro to a car and pretend you’re bigger than an influencer with a pocket-sized camera. But for bigger projects, a 610-horsepower, 200 mph Lamborghini Huracan rig is a nice alternative.
If you missed out on Luftgekühlt 5, a glorious celebration of air-cooled Porsches that went down this past weekend, don’t fret. We’ve got some nice photos of all the pretty stuff that showed up.
The Kia Stinger is one of the more interesting cars to come out in recent years, and it needed some good photos to go along with it. Luckily Jalopnik has Kristen Lee, who shot the actual review, leaving me free to snap some extras on medium format film just for the hell of it.
It feels like a lifetime ago, but the Detroit Auto Show came and went this month! There were a lot of trucks and crossovers, some cars, and what you don’t often get to see, the media people doing what they do. Here’s a kind-of behind-the-scenes look at those people.
The whole point of motorsports photography is to be fast: quick to be at the action, quick to file your photo. Here’s the complete opposite.
Ford trotted out the 2019 Ford Mustang Bullitt at this year’s Detroit Auto Show, along with a highly special guest: the original Mustang used in the 1968 Steve McQueen film, Bullitt. Jalopnik’s on-hand photographer Kurt Bradley got a close look at the iconic car that was, until just a few years ago, thought to be lost.
There were a lot of good cars braving the blizzard in New York City today. These are some of them, and even more are parked. We went out in my colleague Mike Ballaban’s Lexus IS300 wagon to go find them.
As part of our “Year In Review” series, we featured the favorite photography of Jalopnik contributors. I decided to also show off the bigger stack of shots I consider my highlights.
It’s been nice to see so much more heart and humanity in the photography showing up on Jalopnik this past year. We’ve seen lots of supercars on dream roads before; it’s sweet now to see character and driven culture.
Last Saturday, the very best cars that the ‘80's and ‘90's had to offer descended upon The Phoenix Club in Anaheim, California, to attend Radwood 2. There was music, food, beer and great merch. Dogs and people decked out in their best ’80s and ’90s garb. It was incredible. You were all incredible.