Jalopnik Movie Club: Friendly reminder that this week’s movie review is Mission: Impossible 2! If you have any hot takes, be sure to email me at justin [at] jalopnik [dot] com, or make your case in the comments below.
Lego just officially unveiled its officially licensed kit of the James Bond Aston Martin DB5, complete with ejector seat, radio tracker and the works. When I first saw the kit leaked a couple of weeks ago, even I, a massive Bond fan, was disappointed. But it left me with one question.
President Trump’s threatened 25 percent tariff on imported cars would not only dramatically impact automakers both foreign and domestic and cause car prices to increase, it would also spell disaster for PSA Peugeot-Citroën, which is already deep in the process of returning to the North American market.
Porsche, the German automaker that makes performance cars for watch collectors, has sadly become confused on the meaning of words and the industry phenomenon known as “spy shots.”
Swiss artist Adrian Falkner, who signs his work as Smash 137, has filed a lawsuit against General Motors for featuring his commissioned graffiti artwork in a Cadillac campaign ad, claiming the automaker’s photos featured on social media infringed on the copyrights of his work.
Do as we say, not was we do.
The Polestar 2 electric car will have a claimed 400 horsepower and a range of 350 miles, Polestar COO Jonathan Goodman confirmed last week at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Mitchell Loewen, the 25 year old defensive lineman for the New Orleans Saints football team, was part of a group of bystanders that helped rescue a man who became trapped in his Mercedes G-Class after it drove over the edge of a parking garage Sunday afternoon.
It’s almost the weekend, which is naturally the car time. We’ve been soliciting your Instagram posts and telling you to use the #DriveFreeOrDie hashtag, and now we’re going to ride into Saturday with some car grams, including a Tiffany Blue fleet, emergency 500, Beetle buggy and an all-time favorite, a Panoz.
Back in the 1970s, when a self-driving car meant a brick on the throttle, people raced each other from coast to coast to protest national speed limits and to celebrate American freedom and also because it would be something fun to talk about. In 1981, they got a bunch of stars and the guy that started it all to make a…
Jalopnik Movie Club: Friendly reminder that this week’s movie review is The Cannonball Run from 1981! If you have any hot takes, be sure to email me at justin [at] jalopnik [dot] com, or make your case in the comments below.
If you’re unwilling to dish out over $170,000 for the 590 horsepower Maserati Levante Trofeo, the new 2019 Maserati Levante GTS could be your 550 hp compromise.
Siemens worked out a way for autonomous car to suck even more fun out of driving by developing a self-driving system that could be fitted to classic cars, like the 1965 Ford Mustang it ran at the Goodwood Hillclimb today. It’s too bad for them that the system sucked.
British sports car manufacturer Noble has been making one car, the M600, since 2010. But today, they just showed up to the Goodwood Festival of Speed with an all-new entry level concept, the Noble M500, which will reportedly come with a 550 horsepower twin-turbo EcoBoost V6.
You may not remember the rumors that Aston Martin was going to shove a V12 into its infamous Cygnet city car, but you’re never going to forget that they went ahead and shoved a naturally aspirated V8 in there instead despite the car being dead for over five years.
The Tesla Model 3 already has a performance version on the way, but if you don’t want to wait around for that, you can get a lot more out of the electric car just from upgrading the tires, brakes and suspension.
Last year, DHL announced its commitment to net-zero emissions for its logistics operations by 2050, and the company has been slowly making the switch to hybrid and electric vehicles for years. But it’s the odd mix of delivery vans in the company’s fleets that proves automakers have been overlooking the opportunity to…
We have more clues about the person that had mistaken their Nissan Sentra rental car for an Infiniti QX50.
You may think you know what a coupe is, but you’ve never seen a coupe like this coup.
A couple of weeks ago, the Volkswagen I.D. R electric race car broke the all-time record at Pikes Peak. It was the first car to ever set a time under eight-minutes, and now there’s a video of the full 7:57.148 run.