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A killer heat wave has been baking much of India with temperatures reaching as high as 118° in some areas.
Every now and then, driving past used car lots, you do an absolutely classic double take. Then you make sure there’s no-one right behind you, hit the brakes and head over to inspect closer whatever it is you just glimpsed.
The BMW 3.0 CSL Homage concept has to be BMW’s biggest missed opportunity this year. Every motoring journalist in the land would’ve waxed lyrical about it and about how BMW still has it despite seemingly selling their souls every day they release a new vehicle to fill a gap that ...
Yeah, I’m one of those #millenials that people talk about all day on the news or whatever. I grew up watching Seinfeld and FRIENDS, I listened to what my parents listened to (mostly Billy Joel), and I went to college to get a degree that’s mostly meaningless.
So I realised that I, at 34 years of age, had never driven an Infiniti. Like hangliding and menage-a-trois this was in danger of becoming another life box destined to be left unticked.
The first-generation Audi TT was the modern analog to the Porsche 356.
Presenting the first episode of Driver on Driver. Hosted by our friend Sam Nalven (aka Drift Idiot). Sam will interview different drivers each week as the 2015 Formula Drift Season rolls along.
Welcome to Thursday Trivia where we offer up a historical automotive trivia question and you try and solve it before seeing the answer after the jump.
Welcome to still another version of Hooniverse’s weekly guide to who’s racing where this coming weekend.
Have you ever seen the movie She’s All That? That ’90s version of an ’80s flick supposes a dramatic change in a high school girl just by the elimination of her horn-rimmed glasses and overalls.
I am hooked on tools, hence this image of a mechanic’s box (bigger version here) is to me like a laser pointer is to a cat.
You often see somewhat run-down Mercedes-Benz W210s in Finland. Due to some quality control issues with the bodywork, coupled with the hard use the W210s saw in their years, as taxis and repmobiles, it’s not uncommon to see significant amounts of rust on the sheetmetal of these turn-of-the-millennium Benzes.
The 6th season of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee begins next Thursday, June 4th at 11:30 EDT. Tweet
From the time I formally introduced myself to the Hooniversalist faithful, my main ride has been a ’91 Lincoln affectionately dubbed the “Town Cow.” And along the way, I’ve chronicled its long, sad decline into beater-dom.
The Mazda MX-5 Miata has been subjected to a wide range of engine swaps from motorcycle engines all the way up to V12s. One of the early V6 swaps was sanctioned by Mazda and almost reached niche production. The division responsible for this project was M2 Incorporated. In the early ...
BMW has been on an… interesting path the last few years. They still occasionally toss out that “Ultimate Driving Machine” but their lineup suggests they should consider going with something else.
The whole team is back for this one, and we even have a few guests hanging out in the studio. I’m joined by co-host Blake Z Rong, producer Chris Hayes, and guests Rick Radcliffe and Jason Connor.
Welcome to Craigslist Crapshoot, our weekly search for the most bizarre, awesome, and/or terrible vehicles that the online classifieds has to offer. Drifting is a style of racing that not everybody gets into. You all got into finding drifters last week, and we’ll see which was the driftiest contend
I do some of my best thinking while driving. Not city or spirited driving, but long wide highway at night type of driving, where there is sure to be a speed trap.
You can really tell if someone stands behind their product when they put their name on it. Well, actually applying your name to something isn’t always the best idea because if its a failure then your name with forever be intrinsically linked to that defeat, just ask Edsel Ford.