This just showed up on the local news.
This year I decided to present my own automotive version of the Academy awards. I have identified 10 different categories in which only 1 car will be awarded an Orlove. Then, there will be an Orlove for the car of the year and another one for the truck of the year.
The Dodge Challenger is legendary because of its first iteration, the 1970 model and for its crazy modern Hellcat version, but between the two existed a very interesting version, a lightweight Japanese RWD coupe powered by an HEMI 4 banger. Travesty you say ? Wait a minute, this might have been the best Challenger…
Here at this website, we don’t like rebadged cars. It is perceived as laziness and fraudulence. However, some rebadged cars were actually better once rebadged.
I now have a urge to visit Florida. This is beautiful.
Three years over schedule and $5G over budget,the Bombardier CS100 was finally awarded its airworthiness certificate this morning. It is expected to enter commercial service with Swiss early in 2016.
What’s better than hooning a car ? Yes, hooning a big ass commercial jet.
[Remember when Chevrolet thought about making a roadster with scissor doors? They called it the Miray concept. Hah, that was fun. Photo: Bing Images]
Have some epic wagons on me !
Here at redacted, we like cars with passion, emotions and character. There’s a word for that : Soul.
Maybe it’s time to move the race to Toronto before it’s too late.
Looks like the 2017 cars will get even longer and fatter, despite continuing to rely on these overly complicated and expensive Hybrid engines.
Here at Jalopnik, we like making lists of the best tracks in America, with the usual suspects such as Road America, Walking Glen and Sebring. Today I’m taking you on a motoring journey North of border to have a look at the ten best race tracks of the great white Canada.
For many younger automobile aficionados, 1989 is the latest Taylor Swift album, but for older enthusiasts, it’s the year the proper full sized American personal coupe died.
So let’s say you have $500 burning your pocket, and you really need to spend it in anything car-related. Anything will do, as long as it is car related. It can be a Testarossa poster signed by Don Johnson or your senile grand mother’s brand new Buick Verano.
McDonald’s removed the McPizza form its menu.
Here at Jalopnik, we like opulent cars, but we hate to pay for them. Here’s ten used cars that can be had for next to nothing and that will make you look like you are running a Ponzi scheme.
Here at Jalopnik, we love the Mazda6. Formerly known as the 626, Mazda’s midsizer was always the fun alternative to boring offerings from competing manufacturers. Not only does the Six compete with other midsizers, it also competes against sport sedans such as the Caddy ATS, the Audi A4 and the Mercedes C class.…