Jason told a baffling story today of a Cadillac that was delivered to its owner on its side. Obviously, this is nothing we want to happen to us, so we felt some sympathy toward the owner.
Friends, I am still mourning our loss of the Dodge Viper, a king of the road in its own right. And though the car might be no more, at least its birthplace will be put to good use.
Maserati, as a brand, is an institution, but Maserati as an everyday luxury alternative to BMW, Mercedes-Benz or Porsche is barely on anyone’s radar. I spent some time playing with the Italian automaker’s mass-appeal options to see what you’re missing.
At first, I was slightly put off that the loaned 2018 Jaguar XF Sportbrake S was silver. It’s a really petty thing to complain about, the color of a press car—but after driving it for a weekend, I realized that the more mundane one of these wagons looks, the the more covert you actually feel about driving it. This is…
When shopping for a new car, you first have to decide whether you want to buy new or used. And because cars have steadily been increasing in quality over the last decade or so, buying a car that’s 10 years old isn’t a huge risk anymore. The next step is insurance. What’s cheap and what’s expensive to insure?
I don’t consider myself a Serious Car Person in the slightest, but I can’t help but to roll my eyes when people decide to take certain liberties when pronouncing the name of a certain German automaker. Raphael believes differently.
I don’t know if you know this, but people are goofy! We show our asses constantly. The only way to feel better about this is to laugh it off. Which is what we’re going to do this week.
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I wasn’t aware that this needed repeating, but I suppose we all require some common sense brushing up from time to time. Here’s today’s Very Obvious Reminder: Don’t, for the love of all that’s holy, ever cut off a bus.
Aston Martin seems to think that, largely, the business, sale and naming of electric cars is a confusing matter. So, it’s going about things a bit differently by possibly just creating a standalone electric brand for itself.
There are many injustices in this world and one of them is being pulled over for something really stupid. It’s frustrating as all hell and inconvenient, too. Not everyone has time to go and contest the charge, we got other stuff to do.
Ford Mustangs getting up to no good at car meets have transcended most punchlines and shot straight to international meme-dom, but it doesn’t stop the whole thing from still being funny when you see it fresh. Here’s the latest one.
I know, you forgot about the W12 Audi A8, too. I don’t blame you. I actually forget that Audi A8s are a thing in general on most days. But the the W12 option made them cool, even if you couldn’t get the current-generation A8 with one here in the U.S. But it seems like that’s coming to an end anyway.
Look around you, look at all the unhappy people with their tiny engines. Cadillac CT6s and Subaru BRZs with their pathetic little 2.0-liter four bangers. McLarens running around with puny 3.8 liters, an insult to the V8 configuration. No, my friend, what you need is DISPLACEMENT. Only then will you achieve…
Last month, I lamented about how a Mercedes-Maybach just wasn’t good enough for the idea it was supposed to bear. An insulting second-place prize for what indisputably should have been first. But I now know what first place looks like: The Mercedes-Maybach Pullman.
Yes, that image above of the Audi e-tron GT is just a heavily shadowed teaser. But it looks cool, has four doors and is all-electric. And Audi said today that it would make it happen.