El Reg ran a nice warning article about JLR vehicles and woes of thier online features when they get into the second hand market.
Being a data geek I enjoy the massive amount of data our government makes available. I was poking around in the commerce department’s Bureau of Economic Analysis data today and noticed they have a wealth of motor vehicle data up there.
This interior looks like an amazing place to ride to work every morning. The idea of only driving cars on race tracks and letting the grid handle getting me there doesn’t seem so bad anymore.
Spied while on a business trip to midtown this week. Every model S I saw had a personal tag but this workman E350 has the crown jewel.
Saw this lovely smurf outside the downtown Buffalo hotel I was at for a meeting. Didn’t have too much time to ogle... but man these pole stars are really sleeperish in person.
Jeep Renegade. Only 25% of the 7 bars is functional, the other 3/4 is all heritage.
Found on the street edition. Saw this lovely classic long roof last night in our datacenter parking lot. Didn’t have time to find the owner but I did get a couple quick snaps. Old Fraulein is in very good condition inside and out.
I was reading the NY Times and noticed an article about Gawker cutting a bunch of properties (io9 is dying :( ). They don’t say concretely who’s getting the axe, is Jalopnik “ok”?
Oklahoma's earth quakes have
nothing little to do with mother nature. You should probably stay away from topical political fights when you're advertising stuff. The plains aren't supposed to get earthquakes.
While I've got time to post stuff I'll share this treat I received from my man in Japan a few weeks ago. Apparently he woke up and was casually admiring the serene view from his balcony when he noticed something that looked a bit out of place.
Took the wife to work this morning and on the return trip while going down my street I started hearing a horrible racket from the right rear. Inspected the tire and suspension, everything looked fine until I saw this guy peaking out at me.
It's been green around the Buffalo since the records were set in November so the snow bunny has been bored. However I woke up this morning to a foot and a half of lake effect that dropped overnight.
AMG has you covered apparently.
I have only known them as a moniker for the Corvette grand sport models.
The set on this DeVille I spotted today are pretty sweet.
It's cold and raining so I'm doing what one does when they have lack of ambition combined with poor climate conditions on a weekend: comb the internet for answers to questions that don't really need answering. nFamousCJ sparked my interest in a this particular rabbit hole find with the curious transmission tunnel…
Pulling up onto the lawn, presumably to get the car into the shade. So is this trendy or just isolated asshattery?
This morning I was scrolling through the usual self congratulatory F1 tweets and noticed that Lotus had tweeted something I thought was a hilarious jab at the Putin Gaystappo and celebrating the Sochi Olympics at the same time.
For someone who got a retractable hardtop convertible specifically because I refuse to garage my sports car for the Buffalo winter, I got an early Christmas present on this jolly December 24th. As temperatures rose early this week and melted all of our recent snowfall I woke up to 35°F temperatures and a wet brown…
When I see a red Camaro with Hoonigan and Go Pro stickers... I take a second look.