James Bond and Aston Martins go together like peanut butter and jelly. And Daniel Craig, who plays Bond, has an Aston Martin. Craig has also expressed some serious distaste at continuing work in the Bond universe in the past, but I guess he still likes Aston Martins? Anyway, his will be up for auction soon.
Sometimes we are drivers in cars, but we are always passengers in life. This means that we should always keep an eye out for anything and everything that might happen, including botched attempts at road rage. Wait, scratch that; especially for botched attempts at road rage.
Trim packages are there for that extra little pizzaz on cars. Because why would you want a base Camry like your neighbor’s got when you could get the Camry XSE V6? These packages don’t usually amount to much more than a unique paint and maybe some suspension work and interior features. But they’ve been deemed…
It must be Christmas in February, because the new Volvo V60 wagon has been revealed ahead of its Feb. 21 debut and it looks stunning.
There’s another car-themed boat, everyone. Because you know as soon as we saw the 1,000-plus-horsepower Mercedes-AMG Project One, there was someone already in the wings, dreaming up a boat version of it. And here it is: the Cigarette Racing 515 Project One. It has 3,100 HP.
Mark your calendars, friends, because it looks like Ford Focus RS production at the Saarlouis, Germany, plant is ending on April 6. At least in the U.K., you’ll get an orange special edition to set things off.
Craigslist, for all intents and purposes, is a great place. It’s where you can find sketchy new roommates, put out feelers for used vacuum cleaners and perhaps flip that lawnmower you stole from you neighbor for cash real quick. And, apparently, it’s a place where you can find used Porsche 959s!
Obviously, it’s your car and you can do whatever the hell you want with it, as long as you aren’t endangering anybody. You are entitled to that. But since you bring said car out on public roads where I, a member of The Public, can see it, I am also entitled to this opinion: That all bumper stickers are stupid and…
Personally, I don’t know when swords became considered tacky, but it’s 2018 and here we are: Having a katana is kinda tacky! Especially when you use it as decoration in a freaking car. But a market exists for pretty much everything. Even swords.
There aren’t terribly many wagons on the current market to choose from, but thankfully, there’s this one from Buick: The 2018 Regal TourX. What do you want to know about it?
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If you, like me, are a massive fan of George Carlin, one of the greatest comedians to ever have lived, then this is an opportunity of a lifetime: Carlin’s 1996 BMW 850Ci has come up for sale.
An unexploded bomb from WWII was discovered in the River Thames early last Sunday, which led authorities to cancel all flights Monday out of neighboring London City Airport. Because bombs are not only bad, they are also highly inconvenient.
Ferrari’s current mid-engined V8 sports car, the 488, doesn’t yet have an amped-up version like the 348 GT Competizione, 360 Challenge Stradale, the F430 Scuderia and the 458 Speciale that preceded it. And this latest teaser video definitely shows... something.
I see you there, sad and despondent because your Porsche 959 has, like, a broken release lever for its clutch or something. You have all the money in the world, for, indeed, you own a Porsche 959, but none of that makes a difference now because no one on earth has a replacement lever for you anymore. Or do they?
Some cars just look better than others on paper. It all comes down to magic words like “manual transmission,” “rear-wheel drive” and “V8.” Kind of like reading a menu. You can assume something looks good, but until you try it, you won’t truly know what it’s like.
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
Internet friends, the time has come yet again for you to flex your powerful sleuthing muscles. This time, the Bellevue, Washington, Police Department needs your help identifying a car.
You know what I hate about YouTube videos? You go on to try and learn about something, and so many of them utterly ruin the experience by playing some kind of obnoxious intro or loud music. Not these guys. Not this in-depth video of an engine block.
Oh, hey, who’s in the mood for some Toyota Supra news? Because Toyota just tweeted out this photo and we’ve got some questions.