Up until this point, we’ve only driven the Tesla Model 3 in short bursts. And we’ve liked it very much. Now, it’s time to see what it’s like to live with for a longer-term test. We have a Model 3 Long Range for the weekend. What do you want to know about it?
As I’m sure you’ve already figured out, I like silly action flicks. Bonus points if they involve cars. If we can throw an ‘80s spin on it, then that’s basically perfection (go see Atomic Blonde, by the way). And this new movie, Cruise, seems like it combines all three.
Since the people who usually buy minivans are the ones with kids, it’s good to pay extra attention to which ones are the safest. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety recently conducted its passenger-side small overlap front crash test on the Honda Odyssey, Chrysler Pacifica and Toyota Sienna. The latter posed…
Witness above: A 2019 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro. A truck for doing truckish things, like driving on the beach and paying visits to the nearest sporting goods outlet. Do you notice anything peculiar about the truck’s face? Anything peculiar about THE NUMBER OF HOOD SCOOPS IT HAS?
Infiniti, a luxury car brand that we have increasingly questioned the point of, admittedly does concepts well. Past design studies have been both retro and sleek and the automaker’s newest Prototype 10 concept car doesn’t seem like it will be any different.
It’s been a while since I last looked at Jeremy Clarkson’s Twitter. If you’ve never looked at all, it’s not really any different from other Twitters. Except every year, around the middle of August, you get a, uh, motivational tweet.
While I am very excited about the upcoming, animated Fast and Furious show, my faith in Netflix’s ability to competently produce a good car show was severely shaken after Fastest Car. Netflix just announced that it’s renewed Fastest Car for a second season and will also add two more shows. I don’t know whether to be…
With its bulbous fenders and vertical grille, the 1936 Ford Model 48 looked like a gangster’s car without a doubt. Something that was used to smuggle liquor during Prohibition. Engaged in police chases and shootouts. Driving it was a blast—and a little bit terrifying as well.
The ‘70s were a neat time for cars. Everything was shaped like a door-stopper. Like the Maserati Khamsin. The BMW M1. The Lamborghini Countach. And the Ferrari 512S Modulo concept, which, excitingly, had its first drive ever on public roads today.
“Hm,” you say to yourself one day over the morning paper. “How many Bugatti Veyrons will it take to make me happy?” Trick question! Happiness is an illusion and no amount of Veyrons will ever fill that void. But we can certainly start with four as an experiment.
Tires! They’re one of the most important aspects of your car, so buying the right set for the right situation is extremely important. What are your best tips for buying tires?
As much as Forza Motorsport 7 loves lap times, the game isn’t all about nailing the perfect lap. Neither, obviously, is its jump-happy counterpart, Forza Horizon 4. The Formula Drift Car Pack is soon coming to both games and you’ll be able to get sideways to your heart’s content.
Of all the wacko shit to come out of the ‘90s, Vector had to be one of the whackiest. Vector made wedge-shaped, truly weirdo cars in fantastically tiny numbers and a new hypercar is apparently coming. Vector just needs you to buy these two prototypes for $3.5 million to help fund the new car’s construction. Don’t you…
Today’s cars are wonderful machines that can detect when you, the driver, are getting drowsy or provide on-board WiFi so your passengers can get some work done while they’re being driven. They’re wonders of modern technology, but despite this, cars are still lacking in a few crucial features.
On Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013, Fast and Furious star Paul Walker died in a fiery Porsche Carrera GT crash with his friend, Roger Rodas, who was driving. It was sudden and heartbreaking, a death that was especially felt in the car community. Five years later, I Am Paul Walker premieres this weekend, a documentary that…
When you think of Bugatti today, you think of the Veyron and the Chiron. They are incredible feats of engineering, of course, but you could hardly see them as race cars (thought I wouldn’t say no if Bugatti were to ever make them into race cars). But just 25 years ago, Bugatti was racing in the legendary EB110, and a…
No, the new, 2019 BMW i8 isn’t terribly different from the first one. It now has a longer electric range and a little extra power, but it’s still the same idea: A hybrid powertrain that you can drive in an all-electric mode. Also, who cares, because this thing looks freaking incredible. What do you want to know about…
Another day, another mid-engine Corvette sighting. Except this isn’t some blocky mule running around a gas station with a tarp on its face, this appears to be the new Corvette C8.R race car.
You remember Brabus, right? It’s the high-performance Mercedes tuner that recently created this, uh, custom Smart limousine. But that’s the great thing about Brabus: It’s also created hotted-up Smarts in the past and the Brabus 125R is the newest, hottest version yet.
We got some Tesla stuff for you this morning, Mazda, Suzuki and Yamaha in the doghouse, some money possibly being thrown at Lotus and more in The Morning Shift for Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018.