I like video games, but I don’t play that many of them. The last time I farmed anything was for Legendary Marks in Destiny. I didn’t realize that there are whole games devoted to actual farming, like Farming Simulator—and that there are people who are so into and good at these games that there are championships where…
The most-asked question I got about the new 2020 Porsche 911 was how it’s different from the outgoing 991.2-generation car. Because it sure looks the same, except for a few aesthetic cues. I spent a decent chunk of time poking around it last week.
As if you needed more reason to jack up the price of the 1,000-plus horsepower, $3.2 million Aston Martin Valkyrie, it turns out you can also option it out with actual gold. I guess this is a good exercise in investing in precious metals?
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
You may or may not know this already, but shock absorbers are good. They help to keep your car from leaping into the air like a startled cat when it goes over bumps. And if you don’t have absorbers—well, you’re in for a ride that’s either incredibly uncomfortable or incredibly hilarious. I still can’t decide which.
Through all of the back and forth rumors of the new Porsche 911 going hybrid, I finally got a chance to sit down with Porsche itself to get a straight yes or no answer. And that answer is technically yes, there can be a hybrid 911. The stage is set for one, anyway.
Finding first gear in the 1970 Triumph GT6+ was easy enough. Second was where the problem was. I wiggled it around in the housing, searching, searching. Was that second? Nope, still neutral. Wiggle, wiggle. Gave it gas, but no speed happened, just revs. Clutch back in. Wiggle, wiggle.
A divided Cadillac front, Ford walking back some autonomous car development talk, a potential rival deal and more await you in The Morning Shift of Tuesday, Jan. 22 2019.
A common complaint that I have heard about new 911s is that you cannot see the engine at all. You raise the little engine cover in the back and are greeted with—nothing. Just some plastic. You have to remove the whole back end just to work on it. The good news is that there is totally a way to see your engine and it’s…
The 2020 Porsche 992 911 is finally here. It continues a relatively gradual evolution since 1963 into a car that’s heavier than the one it replaces, and still turbocharged pretty much across its whole range. The good news is that it remains brilliant to drive, though. Did you expect any less?
The 2020 992-generation Porsche 911 is finally here. It’s longer and heavier than the outgoing generation, because that’s apparently what 911s do now as the new generations roll in: They get bigger. I’m off to Spain now to drive it. What do you want to know about it?
The 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 is easily my favorite thing from this year’s decidedly drab Detroit Auto Show. It looks fantastic, makes ferocious power and has more than a few very cool details that are worth a closer look.
With an ongoing SUV boom killing sedan sales and an uncertain future around autonomy and electrification, the American automakers are having a strange time. And of all of them, Cadillac is perhaps the most perplexing. It’s gone through enough rebranding and transitions to give us whiplash. The latest moves include…
It’s happened: Joining the 2020 Ford Explorer, we have strayed from God’s light and found ourselves with the Ford Explorer ST as well. And the 2020 Ford Explorer Hybrid, too. May the big cars slay on.
Nearly everything has a turbocharger these days. Crossovers, SUVs, supercars, compacts, sedans. It’s the easiest way to boost efficiency and performance at the same time. While that’s a good thing, it also normalizes turbocharging somewhat. Here’s your reminder that turbos can, in fact, be extremely freaking awesome.
Now that 2018 is over and done with, it’s time to take a look back and admire the lowest-selling cars in the United States. Did your favorite, low-volume supercar make this list? The answer is probably, yes.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the first Woodstock music festival in Bethel, New York, in 1969. And there’s going to be an official anniversary festival this year, held in the fields around the Watkins Glen International racetrack.
Besides making great cars that are both excellent to drive and live with, McLaren is also actively making the world a better place by offering things like the 2019 McLaren 600LT with top-exit exhaust pipes. The new, upcoming and yet-unnamed “Longtail” McLaren will also sport these pipes.
You know those short and simple food videos that have been taking over the internet lately? This Mazda RX-8 build video is like that, but at the end, instead of apple cobbler, you get a modded, lowered and widened rotary-powered sports car.
Successful adulting, I think, is balancing your excitement for a new toy or gadget and getting enthusiastic about home décor. There’s no reason why you can’t both indulge your inner child and improve your furniture situation. This Smart ForTwo safety cell satisfies both of those needs.