Jeremy Clarkson is tweeting not-so-helpful advice about how to achieve the same level of success as him, so let’s put it all into perspective.
Harry Metcalfe, the exceptionally knowledgable and charming host of Harry’s Garage, has a background in farming, so it’s only natural that he transitions us from lovely reviews of supercars to rather large and intimidating farm equipment, like a combine harvester.
The communists seized the means of Italian supercar production.
Do you remember the Porsche 911 R? The first one on sale in the U.S. was listed for nearly $700,000 in late 2016. It didn’t take long for secondhand 911 Rs to start demanding over $1 million. But now, just a couple of years later, the 911 R is estimated to go for the dirt-cheap cost of just $375,000 at auction.
The 2019 Honda Civic lineup has undergone a very moderate update, with tweaked styling around the bumpers, new wheel options, updated headlights and, graciously, a new Sport trim with an honest, real physical volume knob replacing the old, annoying volume slider.
A group of more than a dozen people described as “youths” are setting groups of parked cars on fire in what appear to be coordinated acts of arson, according to multiple sources on Twitter.
Last week, we asked you what features should be standard on all cars. It turns out you all probably want a Saab.
Last year’s introduction of the all-new BMW 5 Series left the outgoing M5 in the dust with the M550i xDrive model, powered by a 4.4-liter V8 with 455 horsepower. Bad news for last-gen M5 owners is that the 2020 M550i is going to get even more power, which means it will be even quicker.
Marc Rooding, Dutch owner of a F30 BMW 320i, awoke just before 4 a.m. a week ago to the local police knocking on his door, who explained to him they had been alerted by a car security call center that somebody had smashed the passenger-side window on his car. And it only got weirder from there.
TV and bad “pranks” have given honest, struggling shops a bad name, and it sucks.
The minivan has always been one of the most true to form, honest and functional vehicles, and modern vans like the 2019 Honda Odyssey are so packed with gadgets and features it’s a shame more people don’t do themselves a favor and buy one.
You can buy a brand new diesel Range Rover in the U.S. right now, which is fun because the diesel makes it feel like a work truck and the rest of it, well, the rest of it feels like Bruce Wayne’s city penthouse.
Have you ever smoked your tire so hard it just exploded? Were you too excited by it to wonder what the hell actually happened? Well no worries, here’s what’s up.
Quickly fading are the days when we were free to dream of cranking a lever connected to cables that would squeeze the brakes and break traction, as more and more modern cars replace cabled emergency and parking brake systems with simply a button. But there’s a lot of good reasons for it, so here’s how electronic…
This is what happens when you let the tech industry drive innovation in automobiles.
Lynk & Co, the Geely brand that shares platforms and powertrains from Volvo for its Chinese market vehicles with dreams of eventually setting up shop in Europe and America, has revealed the production version of its funky sedan called the Lynk & Co 03. It looks like an alien impersonating a Chrysler 300.
Who doesn’t love a good chain of jokes? There’s always at least one of you around to peddle the cycle of bad puns on this website. Give me a brake.
Frank, we must all compromise.
What a stressful week, that is happily relenting to the weekend. We’ve been soliciting your Instagram posts and telling you to use the #DriveFreeOrDie hashtag, and now we’re going to drive into the weekend with your lovely posts, including Bianchi of the Auto variety, a Se7en, Bird of Thunder, and a glimpse at Europa.
If you’re like me and are just now realizing you have a bit of a knowledge gap concerning the final iterations of the iconic Australian muscle cars, bless them in heaven, and want to know which one kicked more ass, well it was close.