Mazda’s been working on a new rotary engine for pretty much forever at this point, though since the demise of the RX-8 in 2012, it’s been car vaporware, salivated over by some Internet blogs but never materializing. But now we have an update! The rotary engine is still happening, Mazda said recently, despite what you…
WHAT DO YOU PEOPLE WANT? HUH? YOU SAY YOU WANT WAGONS AND THEN YOU DON’T BUY WAGONS? WELL HERE’S THE MARKETING TEAM, MOTHER FUCKERS.
Activist trolls have taken ownership of Reddit’s r/race_realism, finally establishing a safe space on the “frontpage of the internet” to discuss politically incorrect opinions about NASCAR and cycling.
Audi lately has been showing off its new semi-autonomous system planned for the 2018 Audi A8 sedan. Dubbed the Traffic Jam Pilot, the automaker confidently says it will allow drivers to “focus on a different activity that is supported by the car, such as watching the on-board TV”—so long as they pay some attention to…
This is yet another great reason to quit smoking. Yesterday, a Ford Focus exploded in Southend, England. The car’s driver, a 51-year-old woman named Sharon Victoria Druitt, had just purchased some air freshener. She later outlined what happened next: “I put the air freshener in the backseat, lit a cigarette, turned…
This is it: the last Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta. Presumably, Ferrari will make no more after this one. Unless something crazy happens, like Steve Jobs coming back to life and demanding one. Or something.
We all love a good project car story. It’s delightful hearing about that restored MG or the track-reborn Miata. This is a story about a Tesla Model S.
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Look here: it’s the new, roofless version of the Lamborghini Aventador S—the Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster. Whoo!
Genesis, which is Hyundai’s newly launched, standalone luxury brand, isn’t just about executive sedans, despite its first two offerings, the G80 and the G90. Now the entry-level sedan, the G70, will make its official debut very soon. Here it is.
One-hundred and fifteen miles an hour in a car isn’t anything to turn your nose up at. Certainly, automakers these days tout their elite models as 200-MPH-smashing beasts, but, honestly, how many people take their cars up to those speeds anyways? One-hundred and fifteen is still very fast, but also a perfectly…
TVR is coming back, you guys. This is the latest teaser image for it. And you know what? It kind of looks like a McLaren 720S. This is not a bad thing.
I’m just going to come out and say it: I really like the Kia Stinger. I like what it looks like, I like what it represents, I like that it’s a Kia and I like that its trunk opens as a hatch. So when I saw these photos today of a poor Stinger with a Toyota parked on top of it, I got super sad.
In the Very Serious business of cars, there is no shortage of people and cultures that take themselves very seriously. Without jokes or smiles. Who are they?
Once, I asked someone who is not a Youth how they managed to get around in the days before GPS. They shrugged their shoulders and said, “Maps. And we just got lost a lot.”
Before I fall asleep at night, I try to soothe my fried nerves with calming thoughts regarding completely batshit insane situations. Most recently, it was about being kidnapped in a car. What then?
You guys are familiar with the “Everything Wrong With” film critiques that CinemaSins puts out, correct? They are typically on point and bring up thoughtful criticism about the films they review. But here’s the thing about the review on The Fate of the Furious: they completely missed the point of the movie.