Reach out with your eye-hands and see-touch the new Porsche Panamera wagon (officially the 2018 Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo) that has finally landed in the United States. It’s here, y’all, and it looks amazing.
It’s hard to tell if the car turns you into an asshole, or if it just brings out the asshole in you.
The perpetually sad car beard man and two-time Formula One champion Fernando Alonso will go from running the saddest car in F1 to competing in the most under-appreciated race in motorsports, the Indy 500.
A reader sent in these photos of what look like the new Porsche 911 GT2 doing hot weather testing in Dubai. I’m not so sure about that—this car might be something even weirder.
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The day of reckoning is nigh. From 7-9 p.m. in the evening of Saturday, April 15, I will be hosting an automotive trivia night in (yes, in) the New York Auto Show. It’s going to be a fun one, not a punitive one where I yell at you for not knowing how many main bearings are in a Delage Grand Prix car. (There are nine.)
No longer are mere cities banning Uber (hi Austin!), now the entire country of Italy has banned the ride-sharing app following a court ruling that it constituted unfair competition to the country’s existing taxi associations.
It wasn’t long before we crossed what had been the East German border, the prow of our borrowed black Rolls-Royce cutting a clean line through arterial highways out of Berlin. Highways turned into two-lanes, two-lanes into little village streets, until we pulled into an unassuming edge-of-town industrial lot. On a far…
There is no good reason to rely on Frank Ocean. Frank Ocean does things his own way, on his own schedule. He’s not here for you. Frank Ocean is here for himself and his art. Also for laying the overplayed matte black car trend to rest. Finally. I hope.
James Deane has won all there is to win over in Europe, and this season, he made a return to America’s Formula Drift after a seven-year absence. Nobody knew how his style would stack up here in the States. As it turned out, he clowned on us all.
Saw a standard Giulia on the street, snapped a few photos while traffic whizzed by.
Three teens and an elderly 27-year-old hacked an online airplane ticket sales site and managed to sell off a staggering $307,000 worth of tickets on Facebook. What’d they do with the money? What do you think?
Welcome back to another installment of Best Motoring Super Fun Film Time, where we bring you the best clips from a show that can only be described as a real-life version of Gran Turismo.
Audi, for reasons beyond my comprehension, is testing the Q8 full-size SUV fastback thing, which is bad enough as it is, and it’s doing it on the Nürburgring.
Three gasoline tankers have spent the past few weeks floating around the Caribbean with no direction for delivery. Together they carry 1.35 million barrels of gasoline and octane booster and some quick (bad) math puts that somewhere around $100 million worth of fuel.
Some real-life Torettos made off with an unspecified haul of cash in South Africa this past weekend after blowing the doors off an armored truck and making a getaway in a pair of luxury sedans.
Mysterious Lynk & Co is the unfathomable car share brand that sits between Volvo and its Chinese owner Geely, with Volvo architecture coming from one side and an incomprehensible business plan on the other.
Well, the new Ford GT just got about a hundred times cooler. It turns out that the new mid-engine supercar was made to avenge the death of ‘Project Silver,’ a quarter-million dollar Mustang race car that was canceled before it saw the light of day.