It’s the car time again, and there are more cars. We’ve been soliciting your Instagram posts and telling you to use the #DriveFreeOrDie hashtag, and now we’re going to check out all of the cars, some of which are green, red, or a Fiat 126 on a Beetle chassis.
Aston Martin has a long history of side-hustle attempts at creating luxury sedans, and their first big shot at it started in the 1970s with the Aston Martin Lagonda limousine—an oddball sedan with more quirks than you could count.
We’re coming up on the 30th anniversary of Robert Zemeckis’s cartoon crossover classic Who Framed Roger Rabbit. There’s a lot to say about that movie, but as we’re on the cusp of the next big transportation shift towards electric cars, it feels especially relevant how that movie that touched on the conspiracy…
After a silly teaser showing a dude in a blazer, the Chevy Blazer is making a comeback next year as a stylish crossover that lacks the body-on-frame four-wheel drive credentials of its predecessor.
You and your car don’t owe anyone anything.
One of the big issues concerning electric vehicles is how pedestrians struggle to hear an oncoming, naturally-silent electric car in the streets. Following my recent first drive of the 2019 Jaguar I-Pace in Portugal, I think Europe already has this figured out.
Friendly reminder that tomorrow’s movie review is the Who Framed Roger Rabbit! 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.
Following today’s report that a gaggle of German automakers are interested in convincing the European Union and the U.S. to get rid off all their automotive tariffs currently proposed and in practice, it could spell the end of the hated Chicken Tax. There’s only one question that matters.
We’ve finally welcomed the return of the BMW 8 Series, with attractive styling that isn’t quite as exciting as the classic model but still looks good. None of that will matter soon, as these patent renderings of an 8 Series Gran Coupe are going to ruin everything.
These Old Dirty Boots were made for walkin’ in the opposite direction of an overpriced bicycle from a dying brand.
The 2019 Jaguar I-Pace is quite an achievement. While the entire automotive industry is scrambling to get electric vehicles out by the end of the decade, Jaguar will begin delivering its new EV crossover before the end of this summer with the performance, style and range to challenge Tesla and everyone else.
Just as Honda teased with concepts last year, all-new Monkey and Super Cub bikes will be returning to the U.S. starting next year, and they look incredible.
We should probably be more worried about our colleague David Tracy than we are.
As part of the same 70th anniversary celebrations that gave us the tragic new name of the Porsche Mission E, the automaker immediately made everything better and revealed a new Porsche 911 Speedster Concept.
News of Porsche developing its gorgeous Mission E concept into an all-electric sports car lineup has been very exciting, at least up until this point. According to a presentation by the CEO, the production version will unfortunately be called the “Taycan.”
Imagine a reality where the government is totally corrupt, the city of Detroit is desperately trying to get back on its feet, police forces have become overly militarized with weekly reports of unjustified authoritative violence, and the overwhelmingly negative news coverage is only cut by condescending ads for…
Finally, my 2Fast 2Furious dreams are coming true.
Jalopnik Movie Club: Friendly reminder that tomorrow’s movie review is the original Robocop! 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.
JetBlue is tightening its emotional support animal allowances for flights next month, limiting the critters allowed on its planes to just dogs, cats and miniature horses. To be clear, full-size horses are no longer allowed.
You only need to hear this advice once, but it could end up saving you.