If you're available from June 7th-11th and in the the greater New York area, I might have a cool opportunity for you to test some new cars and talk about your experience on camera. Here's how.
One of my biggest pet peeves are people who double park. I've always wanted to find an amazing way to get back at them. Well, this guy succeeded.
Watch these two idiots take the J train over the Williamsburg Bridge the hard way — by "surfing" on the outside of the train. You know, because, like, YOLO or something.
I could not believe how excited the countless handfuls of random livery cab drivers were as they waited to take photos ofbthe new Cadillac Escalade before it was unveiled. Seriously. "Nevermind Donald Trump, did you see that chrome grille, dawg?!"
Got any questions about the math behind the cool Forza FilmSpeed ad? I'm in the comments right now (and I may be able to entice Jeff Zwart to jump in as well!) answering your questions here.
Claes Nilsson, the CEO of Volvo Trucks, knows you need a hook at the beginning of a YouTube video if it's going to go "viral." He found one. See for yourself why this latest new Volvo Truck video starring him has been watched 400,000 times since it was posted yesterday.
New for 2001, it's the Chevy Corvette Z06 Hoarder Edition. Now with even more garbage!
This is Princess Monster Truck. Yes, that's this cat's name. The ferociously-toothed feline was found by artists Tracy Timmons and Joseph Bryce, who were living in Brooklyn at the time.
Old Spock vs. new Spock? Hell yes. This new ad starring Leonard Nimoy in a Mercedes-Benz CLS 550 vs. Zachary Quinto in an Audi S7 is the perfect example of why Audi is creating some of the best car ads in the world.
Self-styled "internetainers" Rhett & Link continue their evil plot to rule the world of awkward advertising with this latest spot for Arlen's Transmission in Burbank, CA.
Wait, is that a puppy in a cup holder? Yup.
If you're going to be there, let me know in the comments.
In our post-carpocalyptic and post-paper world, truly amazing auto show press reveals are a rarity. Rightfully so. Why spend tens of millions of dollars to unveil a car to a group of balding, morbidly-obese, and irrelevant auto "press" when it's already been seen online by an audience a thousand times larger and more…
Yes, they do.
Yes, this amazing photo of a skateboarder jumping over the track at the 145th St subway station in New York City is absolutely real. Here's how it happened.
Why was Tanner Foust ripping a Ford F-150 SVT Raptor around the world-famous Nürburgring in Germany? Now we know.