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America's Best-Selling Cars and Truck are Built on Lies: The rise of fake engine noise Fake engine noise has become one of the auto industry’s dirty little secrets, with automakers from BMW to Volkswagen turning to a sound-boosting bag of tricks.
Being that Truck Lust theme had more to give than expected, it made sense that the Carspotters’ Challenge was to be truck-related.
We'll start this week on another pickup-themed note: the potential return of a smaller pickup in Ford's arsenal.
While looking for some Cadillac info, I came across this pic. You’re welcome. --Tigerstrypes References: Pic from Jalopnik/minhimalism
This will be kind of a drive-by (pun intended) post; even I will admit that the Star Chief has little to recommend it, barely making it over the rather low bar we here at Car Lust set for automobiles to be "interesting".
I'm going to say it right up front: This may be, in my opinion, the most handsome pickup truck ever: When I began my foray into the world of pickups, this Dodge was one of the first ones to grab my attention.
You wouldn't be alone if you were to claim not to have much of an opinion about Lexus one way or another.
Lately here at Car Lust, we've featured a few new and old commercials, for better or for worse. A Corvette ad of over 30 years ago is probably the best of the best, but now this ad may be the worst of the worst.
I've decided to take the reins (pun intended) this year for our annual Christmas With the Car Luststribute to Santa's wheels skids.
Before we begin, I have to clarify that this isn’t really my car in the sense that I own it. Another thing worth mentioning is that I have 3 uncles.
We’ve talked about Cadillac commercials in the past, though those examples aren’t exactly regarded as automotive advertisement’s crowning achievements.
It may not be on the scale (pun intended) of "Peace on Earth, Good Will Towards Men" but for we here at Car Lust, the following development is truly, awesomely, magnificently welcome.
If one lived in California circa 1993 and wanted to rent a video, this is the type of scene one would find on the parking lot outside the Blockbuster… if you lived in the parallel universe of the Jack Slater movie franchise.
(Sung to the tune that opens "The Andy Griffith Show:") ♫ Well now, take, down, your fishin' pole, and meet me at The Fishin' Hole, We may, not, get a bite all day, but don't you rush away. What a great, place, to rest your bones, and mighty fine for skippin' stones, You'll feel fresh, as, a lemonade, a-settin' in the shade. Whether it's hot...
The GMC Yukon: it’s massive, it’s luxy, and it comes equipped with all the comforts of home. As the GMC-branded variant of the Chevy Tahoe (with the even more massive Yukon XL corresponding to Chevy’s Suburban), the Yukon is a longstanding and much-loved full-size SUV, now in its 3rd generation, that epitomizes both road-ready hauling muscle and a distinctly American art of hitting the road without even leaving your couch.
Seeing as it's the 1st of December and we've recently been discussing winterizing our vehicles, I thought I would throw this out for your consideration.
I just wanted to toss this out for Car Lust reader contemplation. The past couple of months I've been wrestling with the question of what to do with my Mustang II.
I live in Minnesota. Or as some say, Minnesnowta. Inclement weather is just par for the course here.
During my entire week with the Ford Fusion Energi, it did not stop raining. Not. One. Day. Well, maybe once for a few minutes, but it was at night when I couldn't shoot pictures.
What car enthusiast doesn't include the SEMA show on the old bucket list? Here at Amazon Automotive, our whole team gets to make a yearly foray into that candyland of automotive excess.