spotted this yesterday testing north of the polar circle, with rally lights.
Holy fucking shit piss.
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The Canadian province criticized in the incredible " Speed Kills... Your Pocketbook" video is not only going to raise some of its speed limits, but aim to increase safety with better driver culture.
Speaking as an urban planner, "Mobility" represents the idea that one can easily get around by whatever mode they like. For the better part of a century, we've built our environment pretty much exclusively for the car and actively excluded everyone else. Want to walk? Tough shit, no sidewalks for you, and besides,…
I'm not a big fan of these Gus Van Sant BMW i8 ads, but it's interesting to see a different, more character-based approach to a car ad. That and BMW should be more than happy to put a fancy arthouse director name on their fancy new i8.
Skier Ted Ligety became the first American to win gold at men's giant slalom yesterday but more importantly, five years ago he jumped his car like he was putting Ken Block to shame.
This might seem like a bit of an exaggeration, but this self-propelled electric tank tread looks a lot like a potential future for transportation design.
This is the 8-Bit Miata. It doesn't just look like it's from a video game, the whole thing was worked up and practiced on in the virtual world. Here's how it all happened.
There ain't a lot going on down in Florida right about now. If you find yourself here, I recommend you take an RS7 and head towards the nearest racetrack.
Wish there was a practical, five-door family car on the market today with a turbo engine, a manual transmission, adjustable suspension, and four-wheel steering? Mazda built just the car for you, only 25 years ago.