The Federal Aviation Administration has ordered a stop to all “doors-off” helicopter tours nationwide following the crash that killed five people last Sunday in New York City.
Space meteorologists are warning that the sun, the very thing that gives us light, warmth and life, could interfere with GPS systems and cause a lot of problems for the current crop of self-driving cars in development. You may have to start checking space forecasts before leaving for work in the morning.
Jalopnik is on Instagram, you’re on Instagram, and we’re highlighting the best of it all every week using the #DriveFreeOrDie hashtag. This week, we’ve got kayaks, G-Wagens, Austins, and a whole bunch of other cool, fun and weird stuff.
Sometimes life gives you the opportunity to choose a difficulty level. It could be in a video game, or it could be which engine you pick from Volkswagen Automotive Group.
A college baseball team desperate to play ball had no problem lifting a double parked car blocking the street out of the way.
Welcome to Jalopnik Movie Club, where we take a look at cars in movies and movies about cars, and you write in with all of your hot takes. This week, we’re reviewing last year’s Logan Lucky, a heist movie full of good cars and centered around a NASCAR race that doesn’t feature a single dang car chase.
Audi thinks it has invented a way of predicting traffic lights with fancy technology. But it’s been possible for awhile now if you know where to look.
Ford managed to pull off the Fiesta and Focus ST, two sporty and fun hot hatchbacks that this world needs more of. Then it brought an Edge ST to the Detroit Auto Show and we all let them get away with it. We shouldn’t have, because the company just confirmed the next generation Explorer will also get an ST trim.
Jeep is busy dominating the global market, and when it comes to new models specifically tailored for other countries, it would seem its not too shy about its prototypes. Here’s what’s most likely the new Jeep Grand Commander for the Chinese market.
Let’s take a quick break from cars and focus on the more important topic of whether or not extraterrestrials exist. Do you believe in aliens? I do, and I have concrete evidence.
People can claim cars and car enthusiasts are dying out, but Aston Martin is surging ahead with its recent revitalization with plans to offer not just the Valkyrie hypercar and upcoming mid-engine Ferrari 488 rival, but also yet another million-dollar mid-engine hypercar to take on whatever McLaren plans to do next.
Last month, we told you the story of Uzi Nissan, the small North Carolina businessman who ended up fighting off a $10 million lawsuit from Nissan Motor Company over his computer retail business website, www.nissan.com. Now, you can hear from Uzi himself on what exactly the automaker put him through.
The Geneva Motor Show wrapped up last week and, as usual, it was one of the most interesting and exciting auto shows of the year. You’ve read and watched all of our takes on stuff like the new Toyota Supra, electric Porsches and the born-again Lagonda brand, but now it’s time to hear from everyone’s favorite…
Remember when we found out the government spent millions of dollars on a program that discovered mysterious inexplicable metal alloys and concluded that aliens were probably real back in a New York Times report from December? If you need a reminder, here’s another UFO intercept video from the Navy.
What’s rarer than a one-of-one exotic supercar randomly getting towed?
The year is 2020. The Earth’s magnetic field has reversed at the poles and the world has mostly frozen over. Everyone is miserable. But you, my friend, you bought an all-wheel drive 2018 Kia Stinger GT with winter tires before the Big Switch, and you’re in good shape. You’re also having the time of your life.
Porsche followed up its hit Mission E electric sedan concept from last year with a lifted wagon version at last week’s Geneva Motor Show. While only the sedan is confirmed for production next year, it could lead to more variants including a coupe and convertible.
Cadillac CEO Johan de Nysschen blamed everyone but himself in a interview posted today by Motor Trend. Perhaps he’s just taking the wrong approach.
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