There have been plenty of comments clowning on the 2019 BMW X7’s significant proportions, but frankly I think this vehicle is overdue. America’s lust for luxury vehicles the size of trucks has been insatiable for decades and the Mercedes GLS needed a rival anyway. Now it’s time to drive the Ultimatest Driving…
This Chevy Caprice has simple black paint with a few scratches, essentially stock interior, a practical ride height and an LS3 V8 that puts over 1,000 horsepower to the wheels. Now that, my friends, is a sleeper.
You might not think that the same enormous I-beams used to build buildings would be the kind of things you could cart across New York using the subway, but you would’ve been wrong!
“I’ve never driven a car that feels like it’s thinking its way around the circuit,” Top Gear’s Chris Harris says after ripping the LeMans-winning Porsche 919 around a race track.
Elon Musk kept calling the Tesla Model Y a “mid-sized SUV” at the new car’s reveal party, but the proportions in real life are more Toyota Prius than Honda Pilot or Jeep Grand Cherokee. Here’s what I was able to glean about what it’s like to ride in on a trip around the block.
Air travel authorities all over the world have been carefully scrutinizing the Boeing 737 Max airliner since Sunday, when such an aircraft operated by Ethiopian Airlines tragically crashed. Today it was announced that the United States’s fleet of these planes will be temporarily grounded along with those of other…
“There’s nothing stock on this car,” automotive journalist and test driver Jason Cammisa explains as he introduces his adorably simple-looking Volkswagen Cabrio. Looking is the key word there—make no mistake this basket is bad-ass.
The stuffy office aesthetic of the 1981 Honda Accord—specifically its interior—is really working for me, now that I’ve had a chance to appreciate it. Take a look inside one of these; what was once mundane seems beautiful today.
Top Gear has a habit of making its hosts build cars that are objectively idiotic. But I’ll be damned if I don’t absolutely love the rat rod luxury sedan race cars that Chris Harris, Matt LeBlanc and Rory Reid are driving in a new episode.
I don’t have the energy to be incredulous anymore, fam. But if I did, I’d be wide-eye head-shaking all over the place after hearing that a 1994 Toyota Supra sold for an ungodly sum of $173,600 at this weekend’s Amelia Island car auction.
Legend has it that whoever can pull this Jeep from the ice block upon which it’s trapped gets to be king of England.
Racing icon Fernando Alonso did some hot laps in the 2020 Toyota Supra at Fuji International Speedway for a Toyota video. And while his commentary isn’t particularly interesting, I think there’s some truth in his facial expressions.
Just a friendly reminder: the 2019 Mint 400 off-road race is running outside of Las Vegas this weekend and the production value of the livestream that’s running right now is legit. Check it out!
Who says minivans can’t be majestic? The Delica Space Gear was made to soar. Fly now, and have fun this weekend.
NASCAR drivers Daniel Suarez and Michael McDowell got into a bit of an altercation in pit row at Busch Pole Qualifying on Friday. Things looked a little intense from the camera’s perspective, but commentators and McDowell didn’t appear to be too fazed.
Part of me knows I shouldn’t be shocked that someone paid $61,000 for a 1988 Porsche 944 Turbo S today, but I feel like I can’t be the only one who became acquainted with these cars when they all seemed to be dilapidated cast-offs. And this feels like as good an excuse as any to shake our fists at the clouds.
When I heard car GPS systems were being “possibly hacked” en masse at the Geneva auto show, I pretend-hoped that some kind of kickass Hollywood-style heist was happening. Glad to see I wasn’t alone.
We interrupt this lame attempt at parkour to launch a scooter into the sky.