So, you see someone parked like an asshat in a parking spot. Do you join in and try to mess with this person? Or do you ignore it, fearing retribution while you’re gone?
I was invited by The Drive’s Alex Roy to be witness to and help document the Drive Pilot system on the 2017 Mercedes-Benz E Class sedan (Please click HERE to view his most up-to-date review on this system. He writes a lot better than I do).
There’s a motocop (or should we say RoboCop) in Brazil that not only has some impressive riding skills, but doesn’t take no for an answers against fleeing suspects. Take a look at his helmet cam below.
Take a look below at some guy bringing his Tesla Roadster to a local autocross event. With the Models 3/X/S making all of the headlines, this guy still keeps the Roadster model alive and well with some fairly-decent driving.
Redditor AndyDrives2Fast posted pictures in /r/cars about his experience with a family member a few weeks ago. Apparently they got their hands on a pre-production NSX and he was able to snag some good cellphone pics. All photos belong to Andy; take a look at what he shot below:
Take a look at just the tip of the iceberg from the first media day at the 2016 New York.
A user on the FT86Club.com found some photos of the new and refreshed Subaru BRZ for 2017. Take a look below to see what Subaru might be showing at NYIAS this year!
Just try not to annoy your neighbors every time you try to act like you’re driving through Silverstone while brushing the late night Hot Pockets out of your teeth.
The New York International Auto Show is less than a week away at this point, and manufacturers are continuing to tease us with what they will be unveiling. Taking off from our first post, 2016 NYIAS Preview: What to Expect Part 1, here’s some news we’ve uncovered since then.
A little from Porsche, maybe a new Mazda, Subaru’s new Impreza (again?), Maserati and Audi and more are all expected at this year’s New York International Auto Show. The press days are March 23 and 24.
Well, the first major snowstorm is behind us, but the remains aren’t. Even with the snow melting, the piles of snow from plows still remain in warmer climates and some areas have seen it all turn to ice. Take a look at some awesome gifs and videos of snow removal equipment in action.
Being a DJI Phantom 3 owner and Subie driver, I really liked this guy’s effort. While it’s too windy around my parts during the blizzard to fly, this guy does it in style and looks pretty good to me. I’m sure only 20 of his middle-aged neighbors called the police on him too.
Red light cameras are a hit-and-miss. No one likes getting a ticket. But no one likes getting a ticket for making a half-assed righthand turn or going through a red light due to a tailgating truck. The worst part of the ordeal is your inability to face a judge/jury and tell your side of the story. You simply pay and…
I’m always amazed by nasty breakups that involve breaking things. I’ll see blog posts or Reddit comments where people post pictures of their gaming consoles smashed, cars keyed or other property damaged when their significant other has broken up with them.
Should we? Well, it’s been talked about plenty already on /r/subaru where I comment a lot and originally found this video. Long story short, some guy was driving too fast in his 2004 Fozzy (Subaru Forrester for those who don’t know the nickname) and...well...was unfamiliar with a certain stretch of the road and drove…
Tesla Motors has sent emails to all owners of their Model S sedans after an owner in Europe had his passenger seatbelt disconnect from its base. According to the email, Tesla states the seat belt “was not properly connected to the outboard lap pretensioner.”
There is a video circulating of an escort ride of motorcyclists getting cut off by a Jeep who didn’t want to wait behind the formation. So what does he do? The driver jumps the curb after being blocked in by two riders. See the video below for yourself.
These brakes aren’t the same level of quality you can order from PepBoys or even any dealership. Of course, you don’t expect them to be and neither do the professionals that use them in 180 mph+ races. Suspension and wheels are very important, as they should be. But I have to argue that brakes are the utmost important…