I am a passenger against my will. I have, essentially, been kidnapped. I’m being forced to go to the Woodward Dream Cruise, something which I am entirely convinced is only for the Olds, and which David Tracy and Erin Marquis insist is “awesome.” But we’re driving there from NYC in a Lexus LS500h, and so far, it’s…
It’s a rainy Friday night here in New York City, but the weekend is supposed to be sunny and warm, and I’m looking forward to getting to know the Range Rover Velar we’ve got for a few days a little better. Maybe you can help?
Maybe you forgot about it since it seems to fly under the radar, but Nissan makes a half-ton pickup: the Titan. I’m driving one with the 5.6-liter gasoline-fueled V8. There’s all kinds of clever bins and tie-downs that make me wonder why I don’t see more Titans on the road. What would you like to know about it?
Honda, which you probably know as a car company, actually makes a ton of stuff that Aren’t Cars. One of those things is a private jet, which Honda has helpfully called a HondaJet. And I’m about to go for a ride.
We got our first glimpse of the 2019 Volvo V60 back in February, and, this week, I finally got a chance to drive it. And while I’ll have more to say about that shortly, in the meantime: What do you want to know?
The Hyundai Veloster is all-new for 2019, but thankfully it’s still a weird three-door hatchback. The previous Veloster couldn’t quite keep up with the interior and driving qualities of its main competition, but I’m on my way to find out if the new one has upped its hot hatch game.
The turbocharged 2018 Mazda 6 will likely be one of the best-value sporty sedans you can buy new. On Tuesday, we’ll be spending some time with the 250 horsepower four-door and the people who built it. So what do you want to know?
We finally have our hands on a 603 horsepower $130,300 2018 Mercedes AMG E63 S station wagon and are here to share as much of it as possible with all of you. Few cars embody the spirit of Jalopnik as much as a fast, fierce and also utility-friendly station wagon. And while we wish it had three pedals, come on. 603 HP…
The Tesla Model 3 is not only futuristic, it feels surprisingly normal. But what is normal, really? Last time we were only able to drive a Model 3 for a few hours, but this time, we got a whole weekend. So go ahead and ask us anything you want about it.
Volvo began its renaissance a few years ago, first with the big XC90 SUV and the big S90 sedan. They were followed by the midsize XC60, but the true test of the comeback would be the smaller 2018 Volvo XC40 crossover. But I have seen this entry-level luxury promised land, and it has been good.
After over four years of begging Jalopnik’s editors, I, Stef Schrader—Jalopnik’s resident Porsche owner—finally get to drive a Porsche that can tow my Porsche. This week, I’m checking out the brand new, fascinatingly made 2019 Porsche Cayenne. What do you want to know about it?
I may have a weird fetish for small, simple cars, but I rarely remember the Yaris iA, which is basically a Mazda2 sedan with some Toyota badging. We didn’t get the new 2 in the United States, but we got Toyota’s version. This one has a manual, which is excellent. But what do you want to know about it?
Raph and I have come to Detroit, America’s Finest City™, and for Detroit, we needed a fine car. So we get a 2017 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R. It’s loud as hell, and comfier than you’d expect. Ask us anything you want about it.
The 2017 Porsche 911 GTS is pure: you can run its 450 horsepower turbocharged flat six with rear-wheel drive and a manual transmission. Tomorrow I’ll be terrorizing the streets of Tahoe in a few of these and also spending some time with the people who put them together. What do you want me to ask them about?
The 2017 Aston Martin DB11 emerged one year ago exactly, and since then we’ve decided on only one thing: people sure do like to argue over the design. I’m finally driving it tomorrow and hanging out with the team that made it. Quick, get your questions in before I hit the road!
The first vehicle out of New Volvo was the Volvo XC90, and that was pretty swell. But if we’re going to be talking about traditional Volvos, it’s got to be a big Swedish sedan. That’s what the 2017 Volvo S90 is supposed to be, and already it is very, very good.
The Mercedes-AMG SL63 convertible is a good car. A very good car. That sounds a bit ridiculous as it costs an eye-watering $162,795, but a lot of cars that cost that much are actually bad. As in, not good. Before I write a full review, now’s your chance to pick my brain.
I tested a Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X Final Edition this weekend. It was white. It ruled really hard. What do you want to know about it?
The 2016 Cadillac CT6 is the big, rear-wheel drive Cadillac that Cadillac has been promising to make ever since it made the original CTS in 2002. And right now, I’m sitting in one.
Quite possibly the most fantastically invisible car on sale today, the Toyota Avalon, is in my hands. What do you want to know about it?