A Russian teen converted his old, beat-up Lada to drive backward and managed to get a shoutout from Elon Musk for his trouble.
Some cars deserve to be pampered and kept in pristine condition with a fresh coat of wax applied twice monthly. On the other hand, some were designed from the ground up by engineers who knew that they...
Rebadging is a common practice nowadays done by companies looking to fill in their lineups but who don't have the type of funding to make something of their own. Sometimes companies do it to offer som...
General Motors is easily the most iconic car corporation in the entire automobile world. This is largely because of the fact that they have greenlighted some of the best vehicles of all-time with thei...
A vehicle is pilfered approximately every 40 seconds. While that may seem like a somewhat depressing statistic, vehicle theft worldwide has fallen 50% during the last 25 years. Looking further back th...
Ram revives their Warlock nameplate for a special edition of the 1500 Classic pickup.
Bugatti’s $18 million hypercar one-off is imagined as a longtail version of the Chiron in this amazing render.
Specialty Vehicle Engineering is here with a pair of crazy upgrades for the 2019 Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban SUVs.
Ford is recalling over a million F-150 models due to a potential problem with their automatic transmissions.
Amazon and GM are making big investments into electric pickup startup, Rivian Automotive.
GM is offering a $25,000 reward to anyone with information on the horribly racist incidents at their Toledo powertrain plant.
Toyota has made a new special edition version of the 86 sports coupe decked out entirely in British racing green.
There is something to be said about knock-off brands of any kind. For some, their knee-jerk reaction is to pick apart everything about the object in question, others are down for a bargain no matter t...
Here the sweet, dulcet tones of the upcoming 2020 Ford Shelby Mustang GT500’s active exhaust.
The Hoonigans have returned with another insane test: replacing wheels with a set made out of wood.
Fiat Chrysler paid huge fines to the US government for failing to meet fuel economy requirements in 2016.
Once again, a Russian gearhead has done something ridiculous and welded the back ends of two cars together, creating a monstrosity we don’t even have words for.