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There are two NASCAR Super Bowl XLIX commercials floating around the intertubes, a two-plus-minute spot and a cut-down, :30 version.
So, Tony Stewart has purchased the All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Car Series. Surprised? You shouldn’t be.
Chrysler, Honda, and Toyota are recalling more than two million cars to fix airbags that can suddenly deploy without warning, according to filings posted this morning by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Looking for a cool car that ladies will love? One with a provenance that includes perhaps rap’s most convoluted sexual analogy?
When the M versions of the BMW X5 and X6 first appeared in 2009, they represented multiple heresies for the M brand: They used turbocharged engines, they had all-wheel drive, and they were—oh no!
These days, it’s almost impossible to write about a new car without using “ZF” somewhere in the text.
Raise your Heinekens to the sky, esoteric sports car lovers: Spyker is not and never was bankrupt. According to the Dutch supercar company, a local court has now overturned the company’s bankruptcy ruling from December and rendered the decision “null and void.” Spyker lives!
What It Is: Jaguar’s first SUV—sorry, crossover—testing in production-ready form wearing some razzle-dazzle camouflage to protect its modesty.
Toyota has pledged to make its vehicles more engaging, with the bestselling Camry the latest to be called in for an overhaul.
Tesla’s long-promised, very often delayed Model X crossover just got a bit more real: Here’s a somewhat-crappy video of what looks like a camouflaged Model X being flogged on a California pier.
There’s comfort in the latest Miata—sorry, MX-5 Miata. It’s not the comfort of plush leather seats, a soft ride, or opera windows.
What it is: The inevitable super-faster version of Lamborghini’s super-fast Aventador, the Aventador SV (which stands for “SuperVeloce,” or “super fast” in Italian).
The last time Toyota ran a factory effort in FIA World Rally Championship competition, it was 1999, and they won.
Not having to wait is a luxury. Saving time is the justification the privileged give for indulging in fractional jet ownership and hiring personal assistants to attend funerals and bar mitzvahs on their behalf.