It’s the bash to end all bashes: ECB, the East Coast Bash. Drifting, crashing, and running into the night under the lights at Englishtown, New Jersey. Those who miss it live only to regret it.
In a fit of boundless national optimism, Peugeot and Renault (and a few years later Volvo) teamed up to make a new V8 for good power and performance. But that’s not what the world got. We welcomed in the PRV V6, a cut-down compromise engine that for decades powered more amazing and amazingly bad cars than you would…
If you haven’t spent a lot of time in the city, you might not think that a lot of cars would turn up for a car show in NYC. You certainly wouldn’t expect a multi-million dollar 1956 Maserati race car to roll out on a quiet Sunday morning in the middle of Brooklyn.
I have a new appreciation for the Carlisle Import and Performance Nationals, a combo show for vintage import cars and modern tuner cars all sharing the same fairground in Pennsylvania. Expect to see a V8-swapped Mazda RX-7 with a rear wing as big as a tea table next to a classic Land Rover and an actual tea table. We…
I have a thing for road cars turned race cars. They’re like the ultimate form of what you see in dealerships and on the street. They’re like as good as the basic car design can be. And that’s what makes this BMW M8 GTE interesting. Inside every 8 Series road car we can expect to see soon lives this version that sounds…
Moto3 raced at Le Mans over the weekend, running on the road course famous for a Mercedes getting launched into the air, another Mercedes getting launched into the air, and now Jakub Kornfeil getting launched into the air taking a jump off of another rider’s bike crashing in front of him.
Prepare yourselves, People of the Carlisle Import and Performance Car Nationals, Jalopnik is coming and we’re bringing a Lexus IS300 Sportcross of extreme cleanliness. If you’re here, come hang out.
I thought I had a good understanding of how rusty cars are in Canada, then I saw this Nissan 240SX held together with little more than hopes and dreams.
I have no doubt that BMW’s design team is one of the best in the world, given the best training and equipped with the best tools. But when your design brief is to make the 5 Series into the hulking quasi-crossover BMW 5 Series GT, there’s really nowhere to go but down.
With gas prices hitting a three-year high and projected to keep rising, we Americans are going to take a hit every time we fill up our flashy new SUVs and crossovers we’re all buying. But there’s a counterargument that today’s vehicles offset rising gas prices with higher fuel efficiency. But are they efficient enough…
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It’s once more time to bless your timeline with a Retro Car Bot, a bot that tweets out retro cars and information about them. That’s it. It’s so great.
Bro, get your shit together and buy this turbo, narrowbody, purple Mitsubishi Starion. Each passing minute is as sand in an hourglass, only once all the sand is down at the bottom, instead of an hour having passed, it is your life that has passed you by, your Starion Life, your life of turbo boosted speed.
As someone who grew up in California, I always feel like crazy high gas prices are always just around the corner. Once again it looks like I’m gonna be right, and that might not be the worst thing, because I don’t know if we’ve ever had such an abundance of super high fuel economy cars available to us as we do now.
The Tesla Model 3 has a lot on its shoulders, facing delays, struggles with build quality and, most importantly, how neutral its handling is on Mid Ohio, one of America’s best road courses.
This world abounds with mysteries. The Yeti, for instance. The fate of D.B. Cooper. Stevie Wonder. Add to the list his McLaren 720S, its roof halfway caved in and much of the car yard sale’d across the desert floor. It’s something of an advertisement for the car’s safety structure but also a bit of a mystery, as the…
The Ferrari F50 is one of my favorite cars, either the last or the next-to-last road car with a Formula One engine, depending on how you count it. But there was one detail I never fully appreciated until now: its very strange (and very expensive) rearview mirror.
“Yeah, there’s a non-zero chance of polar bears,” is always a good thing to hear when planning a road trip.
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
The first time you see an original Fiat 500, it’s hard to believe that it’s a real car. It’s as small as a toy. But see a Cinquecento in its element, cutting through the tiny Italian streets for which it was designed, suddenly the shape makes perfect sense.