While the new twin-turbo 488 GTB is all the rage these days, we must not forget about the last mid-engine twin-turbo Ferrari - the F40. The F40 features a 2.9L twin-turbo V8 and served as the successor to the 288 GTO, but you already knew that. Here are eight things you didn’t know about the Ferrari F40.
It was the site of the world’s first four-way electric traffic light. It has seen everything from horse-drawn carriages to muscle cars cruise its streets. And it has served as a meeting place for young and old petrolheads alike for over a century. This is the story of Michigan’s most Jalop street - Woodward Avenue.
While the Porsche 918 Spyder is all the rage these days, we must not forget about its hybrid-less predecessor, the Carrera GT. The Carrera GT features a screaming 612-hp 5.7L V10 and a good old fashioned 6-speed manual transmission, but you already knew that. Here are eight things you didn’t know about the Carrera GT.
Production of the Bugatti Veyron has officially ended. All 450 Veyrons have been spoken for, and a staggering thirty-four unique special editions and one-offs exist. Here’s a guide to the most unique special edition Bugatti Veyrons.
For most Michiganders, Belle Isle is just an island in the Detroit River, home to an aquarium, conservatory, and nature zoo. For Detroit-area Jalops, it is more than that. It is home to the Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix.
The Bugatti Veyron is no more. Whether you loved it as a technological marvel or hated it as a passionless robot with equally passionless drivers (and popular opinion seems to be the latter), you cannot deny it as one of the most advanced cars ever made. Here are eight things you didn’t know about the Bugatti Veyron.
His phone is pink. His favorite beer is Stella Artois. And his Porsches are among the most controversial on the planet. This is the story of Akira Nakai and his tuning company - Rauh Welt Begriff (RWB).
I've never really thought of Porsche as a sensitive automaker. They're my undisputed favorite, though they don't exactly give me that warm fuzzy feeling.
It has been an eventful past few weeks for Lamborghini owners.
As petrolheads, we have all experienced defining moments in our ever-growing obsession of all things automotive. This is the story of one of my defining moments – the single greatest car show that I will (probably) ever attend.
It’s one of the slowest vehicles on the market. It has a ride rough enough to rattle your fillings. And at first, the top leaked worse than my nose after Thai food. Yet there’s not a vehicle I’d rather be driving.