As the nation transitions from the “oh it’s cold now” stage of winter to the “shit just got real” stage, driving becomes a real challenge. We now face blinding blizzards, stinging ice and, in the case of Northern California, some rain.
Here’s a glimpse into the, uh, how should I put this, reserved lives of the people of Finland.
Find me a dumber car than this Pontiac Fiero farting flames. You can’t. It’s not possible.
You know those shows where the interviewer knows unbelievably personal details about the interviewee’s background? The first record they bought? Their first dog’s favorite afternoon snack? Here’s what happens when that goes terribly wrong.
Excuse me but this is genius.
The city of Jilin in northeast China was pretty clear about announcing that it was starting construction on a new road last week. It seems like everybody got the message, except for one particular Audi driver.
You may quite enjoy a number of different channels of YouTube programming. No need. All that you must watch is this little show of two dudes messing with a very realistic (surrealistic?), somewhat glitchy graphics engine. Welcome to Car Boys.
This was down in Brazil, on a street that had gotten covered by a tree dropping jamelão fruit onto the roadway. A news team showed up to record all the cars crashing there because, man, like, every single car crashes.
The new Tesla P100D can zipwhooshkapow to 60 miles an hour in just 2.5 seconds. That’s a staggering 0.5 seconds faster than the pitiful old P90D, which is reason enough to buy the new car. But is there another reason? Could the P100D be saving you money?
Forget every Michael Bay or Fast and Furious whatever you’ve ever seen. This Kollywood scene from last year is more over-the-top amazing than any of them.
I don’t know who put this together, but it’s genius.
That, as they say, has not gone well.
Today we celebrate a brave alloy for breaking free from a life—if you can call it that—imprisoned on a stanced Saab.
Be careful out there.
Last week we saw The Bloodmasters’ John Wagner try (and fail) to drift his Nissan 240SX with what looks like a yoke stolen from an arcade. Some practice later, he got it right.
Things don’t go great, as it turns out.
Sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference between someone with big balls and someone with a small brain. Watching a Ferrari F12 bust a wheel fording a stream in the Himalayas is one such moment.
Where else would 13-year-olds pretend to be billionaire Ferrari owners if it weren’t for Internet Forums?
Get ready to pour a can on NOS into your gas tank for extra speed, because here’s some of the most embarrassing braggadocio you’ve ever heard about cars, and even worse untruths you’ve told to others.
The folks working at Mercedes-Benz have been making cars for a solid 130 years now, and they decided to congratulate their youthful rivals at BMW on turning 100.