I think the 2018 Aston Martin Vanquish is one of the most beautiful cars on the market, but even great things will eventually need replacing. Today, Aston Martin announced that a new flagship is coming, one that will be called the DBS Superleggera.
LOS ANGELES FRIENDS! You demanded and we are delivering: We’re throwing a soirée next week in LA with Amazon and you are all invited to come. All of you.
You might have heard that first gear isn’t necessary when accelerating from a stop. You might have heard that you can start just fine in second. Well, it’s okay to do that, but only sometimes. Jason Fenske of Engineering Explained is here to tell us when and why.
V12 engines. Their numbers are dwindling, sadly. And I predict that, in the coming years, they might be phased out completely in favor of smaller but more efficient systems. So, I propose that they go out with a bang.
Now that the GS is pretty much dead, the all-new 2019 Lexus ES sedan will likely take its place. Lexus revealed only a photo of it yesterday, so we don’t have many more details just yet.
I know that pretty much all of the brands are trotting out electric SUV concepts, but this new Buick Enspire concept thing actually looks pretty sharp. The only crappy thing about it is its name.
Something we sing and shout about nearly every day here at Jalopnik is that cars are more than just lifeless lumps of metal. Which is why our relationships with them aren’t like ones that we have with our, say, washing machines.
Over four years ago, Dubai-based Devel unveiled the Devel Sixteen at the Dubai Motor Show. We were, uh, skeptical that it would actually amount to a real, running car. Mind you, we still are, but there’s a new video that at least shows the thing appearing to run under its own power.
Sometimes you get away with it. Sometimes you don’t. These are your true, unfortunate, hilarious stories that fall into the latter category.
You’ve heard the term compression ratio before, but have you ever wondered exactly what it means? Well, it’s time to explain exactly what compression ratio is, and why every carmaker is now obsessed with it like it was the Holy Grail.
Under the guise of a bunch of cars burning tires, Formula Drift quietly built up the most powerful road race cars on the planet, and Fredric Aasbø’s new 1,000 horsepower rear-wheel drive Toyota Corolla hatch is one of the most extreme yet. We got an in-depth look and trust us, it’s batshit.
I thought Dirt was going to be another feel-good, coming-of-age sports movie. And in many ways it is. What I did not bank on was the fact that it kind of turned out to be a walking talking Lucas Oil ad. Which, if you watch the movie through that lens, makes things truly bizarre.
Sometimes, we get up to no good in our cars, but this isn’t a post about getting away with it. This is a post about getting caught. It happens.
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I didn’t think this would ever happen, but we actually have a pretty decent selection of wagons in the U.S. these days. We’ve got wagons from Mercedes-Benz, Buick, Volvo and Jaguar, just to name a few. But samples from Audi’s RS division have been out of reach for us. There could be a light at the end of this dark…
Regret is the worst feeling. It’s the one that sticks a knife in your heart and twists it because you knew you could have done differently. This post will be a painful one because it’s all about your greatest automotive regrets.
The 2018 New York International Auto Show is happening right now, so if you’re in town, definitely grab a ticket and head out to the no man’s land of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center to see all the cars! Here’s what Jalopnik found while poking around the show floor during the media days.
April Fool’s Day is this weekend, which means that a few automakers will attempt to prank the world with silly jokes and press releases. Normally, I’d ignore such foolishness, but this one from Honda and concerning a fake CR-V Roadster concept really hit me where it hurts.
Modern Cadillacs have some of the most aggressive and awesome front ends on any car today. They are angular and sharp and mean and wonderful. And then you get to the back of the car and it’s like all the designers just... quit work a little early.
Your new car is going to come with a big infotainment screen. It’s pretty much inevitable. But what we also should be doing is adding more analog clocks to our cars because analog clocks are Good.