Even though the news media seems to have been completely ignoring it, I recently found out that the United States is holding some sort of “election” for their new Prime Minister. Wait, no, President. So, with that in mind, what car would you most like to elect President of the United States?
Shouldn’t driving a manual be a prerequisite for the leader of the free world, anyway? I mean, what if you’re being chased by a herd of evil robot Pomeranians controlled by Dr. No and your only getaway car is a 1979 Yugo? You have to think of these things when you’re president, you know.
IndyCar named their new president of competition and operations today: Jay Frye. According to Racer, Frye will replace Derrick Walker in the role, who resigned in August.
Apparently, there's some sort of election happening in the US tonight— I want to say a bond referendum thing? Maybe something more? News to me.
Republican presidential hopeful and Michigan native Mitt Romney claims he's a gearhead. In fact, he claims he can name any 50s or 60s car based on nothing more than a peek at a square foot of one. Now it's time for him to prove he actually can.
Yesterday, I gave you ten fascinating facts about Presidents and cars. And by "facts" I mean half were a special type of fact many experts would term a "lie." So, as promised, today I'm revealing which ones were true, and which were imaginary.
President Obama's well-documented production of a Presidential boner over a Shelby GT500 at the Washington D.C. Auto Show makes for an excellent reason to bring up some fun facts about Presidents and cars.
Channel 7 WXYZ, Detroit's ABC affiliate, managed to capture President Obama's auto task force driving the plug-in Chevy Volt mule during their visit to GM's suburban Detroit Technical Center today.
President-Elect Barack Obama's getting a new Cadillac Limousine in time for his inauguration on January 20th. Here are the first official photos. The new limo's a rolling symbol of the President's power and GM's marketing.
The Japanese tradition of installing a big temple-like structure on a Caminoized sedan to make a hearse makes total sense to us, but wouldn't it be great to have an '89 Nissan Presidentamino with the rare and coveted Dragon Hearse option to use as your daily driver? Look at this thing! It is to regular hearses as a …
As President's Day is ultimately a ripoff to those working stiffs who used to get more than one President's birthday a year off work to lounge about in their pajamas or swap out voltage regulators in their old Lincolns, it seemed only fitting to bring some Presidential caliber motorcars to the Jalopnik today. The…