All of you muscle car fans out there can take another swig of Bud Heavy because there’s a new extra beefy Hellcat from Dodge: the Dodge Challenger Hellcat Widebody. Don’t overthink the name. Dodge didn’t. This is like a Hellcat, but wider.
Japan’s late-Eighties Bubble Era produced some of the most extreme and extraordinary cars to ever see public roads. The triple-rotor Mazda Cosmo grand tourer and the gullwing Autozam AZ-1 city car spring to mind. But there were many others that didn’t quite make it, including the Group C-for-the-road Jiotto Caspita.
Let your retrofuture space desert dreams run free today. The 2007 Ford Airstream concept is your pod.
I have watched this clip a dozen times and I still do not understand how this is physically possible.
The famed 11foot8 bridge claimed yet another victim this past week, a rental truck failing to heed its many warnings. When will people learn? (Never.)
The World Rally Championship visited Sardinia earlier this month, a rough, high-flying event that ate at least one drone. Here’s the (non-crashing) footage that made one drone’s demise worth it, at least in my eyes.
The Bugatti Chiron doesn’t operate like other cars. It’s on a different plane of speedxistence. So it’s funny to see one testing on the Nürburgring, as funny to see as it is wonderful to hear.
Honda, a company best known for producing oddly-styled crossovers and front-wheel drive economy cars, may have once also sold an exciting rear-wheel-drive two-seater sports car, according to some historical documents and contemporary research.
Today’s top American professional drifters compete in thousand-horsepower Formula Drift competition machines, the most powerful stock chassis racing cars on any circuit in the world. In 2004, things were a little different.
This is the original 1993 Porsche Boxster concept. Mm. Have a good Boxster weekend y’all.
I remember it like yesterday: 2004, when Ford was in the midst of its retro spree, showing off a gleaming, aluminum-skin look of the future. It was the Bronco concept, and the world needed it. But we’ve been waiting.
Uber’s ex-CEO Travis Kalanick recently quit while the company he built churns through the news like a flash flood through a waste treatment plant. How did Uber’s corporate culture get so bad? What kind of boss runs a shop like this? Someone who, apparently, can sit in a hot tub for eight to 10 hours.
Premium gas runs about 50 cents more than regular these days, and you may have noticed that this seems to be much more expensive than it used to be. You’re not crazy, as the U.S. Energy Information Administration would like you to know.