The 2018 Land Rover Range Rover Velar is more about style than speed. And while it can go off-road, it doesn’t really love to. But make no mistake—this is a brave car that manages to stand out in today’s bland, busy and boring flock of medium-sized crossovers.
A complete illustrated owner’s manual and user guide to the 2018 Jeep Wrangler leaked over the weekend on JL Wrangler Forums. While Jeep’s reps have declined to confirm its authenticity, there’s very little doubt that it’s the real deal. Here are the most interesting facts and functions we found in it.
The 2018 Land Rover Range Rover Velar has finally made its way to America, and this week we get to spray some sand on its perfectly formed face for the sake of a shakedown. What do you want to know?
Over the weekend the International Committee of the Red Cross tweeted a video of three MAN KAT 1 cargo trucks slogging through a “road” that looks more like a river in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The trucks are towing each other, and seem to be moving under their own power at the same time.
A lot of us think Ford teased a 2018 Mustang Bullitt in a video earlier this year, and we’ve been sniffing for confirmation of the car since. Mustang fans got riled up again today as a window sticker of a 2018 Mustang Bullitt appeared online, but unfortunately, Ford has confirmed it is not legitimate.
I remember actually being excited when the Honda Fit came out. A friend of mine bought an early one and cracked themselves up explaining: “It fits everywhere, and everything fits in it!” I’m here all week, folks... with a 2018 Honda Fit. So let me know what you want to see as I shake it down.
Fans are talking about the 2017 Honda Civic Type R like it’s the second coming of Jesus, or at the very least, Honda itself. This is partially because so many test pilots have heaped praise on it, but also because it’s only the second Honda to earn a “Type R” badge that’s made it to America. We went back to the first,…
Legendary rocker Tom Petty died today at age 66. He was many things to many people, but I think most would agree that he wrote, played and sang some of the greatest driving songs the world’s ever known. Celebrate his life by enjoying that legacy; cue up your favorite Petty track and put some miles on your car.
The spanking-new 2018 Honda Accord is finally being released into the wild. There’s no more V6 and no more two-door version of this car. But practically speaking, the new Accord’s most significant upgrades are not in its sheetmetal or under its hood.
Need For Speed: Payback is going to be the next installment in one of the longest-running racing game franchises in video gaming. Last week a trailer introduced us to the game’s open-world environment, and toward the end, revealed a really cool feature you might have missed.
The humble Honda Accord has not sprouted into a sports car or been reborn as a limousine. But the new-for-2018 10th generation of the car is ergonomically excellent, mechanically tight and did I mention you can have it with the Civic Type R’s engine and six-speed manual transmission?
The Aston Martin Cygnet has always been a bit of a bad joke, though we never really figured out if its designers were kidding. Grafting the front of a Vantage onto the compact body of a Cozy Coupe, I mean Toyota iQ, was never going to be pretty but it happened anyway. And it looks like at least one is daily driven.
Remember that adorable retro-futuristic electric compact car concept Honda dangled in front of us a couple weeks ago? Apparently the company’s going to put a sports car body on the same platform to help convince us that EVs are awesome. It’s a great pitch, I just hope Honda’s not planning on pulling a CR-Z with these…
The 2018 Honda Accord is not the kind of car where you longingly stare at your window and find excuses to go for a drive, but it does have a long (41 years!) history of being dependable, decent transportation. The car’s been remade into its 10th generation for the new model year, and we’re driving it this week. What…
The 2017 Ford Raptor has been out for months now, and just about everyone who’s driven it has been impressed. It’s easy to appreciate immense power, but a lot of this truck’s most magical wizardry happens with gearing and electronic controls.
Did you know that you can buy an old Rolls Royce for, like, the lint and lose change in your pocket? Anybody can get one of these cars off Craigslist now, but turning one into an ass-hauling hot rod takes a special kind of demented genius.
John Cena has to be the second most-loved American celebrity made famous by wrestling, right? Apparently he’s also really into cars. It seems as though Cena’s been making a YouTube car show on his wife’s channel for, like, six months. Huh.