The Ripsaw is one of the fastest tracked vehicles in the world, something like a lightweight tank with a huge V8. Now the company built a personal 'Mini Ripsaw' version.
Here's a strong candidate for Most Russian Thing Ever.
The Lebanese Army recently took a page out of noted military theorist Evel Knievel's playbook in an effort to curb the two-wheeled capabilities of ISIS.
This is what happens when you leave a tank parked on a city street.
If you're going to set up a road blockade to stop a Ukrainian armored personnel carrier, you're going to have to make it beefier than this.
Some GM engineers traded cars for tanks to test back during WWII.
No, I don't know how this happened.
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.
How do you test the brakes of your Leopard tank? If you're mad like the Dutch, you nearly run over 22 people.
Here we see a crane picking up a tank and hoisting it over a line of trees. Surely nothing could go wrong in this situation.
The Russian Army painted a set of tanks rainbow recently for an army drill in Moscow. Clearly, there's some confusion going on here.
What happens when you have access to a post-Soviet T-55AM tank? You try and set a Guiness World Record for crushing cars.
In the romantic comedy that is Russian vs. US relations, we're finally getting the will they/won't they kiss - the two aging superpowers are going to face off in tank competition.
It is an M1 Abrams tank stuck in the mud. It attempts to claw its way out. It is awesome.
Yes. Yes you can.
The insanity of the early Cold War manifested itself perfectly in the Atomic Cannon, built by the US in the early '50s to shoot nukes out of artillery. It turns out that the Russians built a nuclear gun, too.
People tell us cars are for driving on things like "roads" and "highways." Jalopnik readers know that cars are much better when they're driving through things, instead.
Yes, that's a tank firing while jumping through the air.
They call Norwegian world rally champion Petter Solberg "Mr. Hollywood" for a good reason. When he wants to promo his own stunt show, he gets tanks, the Norwegian army, a helicopter, explosions, some drifting rally cars and the most awesomely slow-mo footage to grace YouTube.