The McLaren F1 is a car you love. The Toyota Supra is a car you love. The Porsche 911 GT2 is a car you love. The Nissan Skyline GT-R is a car you love. The Toyota MR2 is a car you love(?). The Acura NSX (in this case, technically Honda NSX) is a car you love. Here’s all of them racing against each other. Really.
We’ve had to make do with the Ford Mustang GT350 for years now. Don’t get us wrong, it’s an incredibly good car. But with Hellcats and Demons and all sorts of Camaros putting out easily north of 600 horsepower, we knew Ford had to be cooking up more. This is the 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 with more than 700…
This car isn’t broken, it’s just the 2001 Citroen C-Crosser concept. It’s supposed to look like that.
1.) The first ever crash between two cars, both equipped with airbags, was between TWO Chrysler Lebarons! Both drivers survived. One’s last name was Woody and the other’s last name was Van Steelant, and I didn’t make those names up.
Ford’s looming layoffs, a Chinese electric car company is actually selling cars, and Sears is nearly dead. This is The Morning Shift for October 15, 2018.
Every so often we get this gnawing feeling in the back of our heads: “What if only the most UN-cool, the most NON-rad cars show up to Radwood Philadelphia? Just Chevy Luminas, as far as the eye can see.” Rest assured, just these three cars alone will knock your goddamn socks off.
I’m in sunny, beautiful, not-at-all plastic Los Angeles to visit one Andrew Collins, our beloved reviews editor who is sunny and beautiful and currently on leave with a smashed-up hand (hand review forthcoming). To guide us around, we’ve snagged ourselves a 2019 Porsche 911 GTS, and it is already absurd. Absurdly good.
Radwood Philadelphia is coming up this weekend, and we want YOU to be there. We even want your CARS to be there. And because we want you and your cars, we’re going to seed the mix with some of the best. This is part II of the Radwood Philly Contest, and we’re going to need you guys to vote on some things. Update:…
Radwood, the incredibly awesome show devoted to the best and raddest of 1980s and 1990s cars, has been to San Francisco. It’s been to Atlanta. And now, it’s going to Philadelphia on Oct. 14. We’re going too, and to help you get into the rad mindset for it, we’re holding another contest. With fabulous, incredible…
The 2018 Lexus LS500 is already a luxurious car. It’s got leather everywhere you look, and it’s loaded with the latest technology. With no options whatsoever, the car already costs $75,200. But if you really want to go all-out, it has one single option box you can tick off that costs an astounding $23,000.
A Volkswagen van, Elon reportedly ripping into the UAW, bicycles, and how your emissions regulation sausage is made. This is The Morning Shift for September 25, 2018.
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
There’s a hell of a lot of testing that needs to be done to not only get to fully-autonomous cars, but to even have the sort of technology that a lot of modern cars have today like radar-guided cruise control and active braking systems. This is how they test them.
Yet another executive leaves Tesla, missing Mazdas, burning Nissans, and the mystery of how Polestar plans to sell cars. This is The Morning Shift for Friday, September 21, 2018.
I don’t know if you saw the news yesterday (you were probably busy, it’s FINE, no no, we get it), but Cadillac has decided that the 550-horsepower CT6 V-Sport, which was supposed to sort of be a diet version of Cadillac’s full-fat high-performance “V” line, is now just going to be called a full-on CT6-V. That sounded…
No, what you’re looking at is not a photoshop. It’s not a plane with a horrible, disfiguring growth that nobody likes to talk about. This is the Airbus Beluga XL, and it’s supposed to look exactly like that, because it’s real.
Over 330 mph. A thousand feet in less than four seconds. A driver easily will feel more than four times the weight of gravity pressing upon their chest. The acceleration is enough to cause serious eye problems. This is what it’s like onboard a Top Fuel dragster.
Tesla drivers have been complaining for a long time now about their cars with even minor body damage taking weeks, if not months, to repair. Very often, the shops doing the work blame a lack of parts from Tesla itself. But now Tesla CEO Elon Musk is saying that the company is bringing bodywork repairs in-house,…
HONNNNNNNNNNKKKKKKKKKK!!!! Phwoosh phwoosh phwoosh. Cars were whizzing past, so close that you could feel even small economy hatchbacks as they sped on by. I was on the side of a major highway, with barely any shoulder to speak of, and my car couldn’t move. I had a flat tire, and my first call was to 911.
Formula One is definitively at its best when people are trying all sorts of crazy tricks. Ferrari’s latest one—that of covering up its cockpit camera usually used for television broadcasts—is either brilliant or hilariously dumb. Ferrari was ordered to stop it. It didn’t. So it was ordered to stop it again. It didn’t.…