Tanner Foust on Top Gear USA (starting Nov. 21st), whether electric cars are cool, why mechanics lie and what we can expect in the future from him.
A few weeks back
, we ran a video Q&A with Formula Drift whiz-kid/RallyCar pilot/Top Gear USA host, Tanner Foust, on a smörgåsbord of topics (mostly Top Gear USA though). We're not gonna lie, Tanner did admirably. But we had a LOT of questions—enough that we actually have a part 2 to our video Q&A. (more…)
More power, less weight, more pirate jokes.
Much as we suspected, Porsche's new mid-engined sports car debuting at the Los Angeles Auto Show is a new version of the Cayman—but just because it's a variant of an old model doesn't mean we're not excited to see it. (more…)
The Ultimate Telling-You-To-Use-Mass-Transit Machine.
Over the last decade, BMW hasn't shown much reluctance to pack new technology into their cars, and it appears the next-generation 3 Series will be no exception. (more…)
Okay, not literally. (At least, not yet.)
Remember the Biome
, Mercedes-Benz's entrant into this year's Los Angeles Auto Show Design Challenge
? Well, while the car designers involved in the challenge are under no obligation to build real-world models of the fanciful cars they design, Mercedes went and made one anyway. (more…)
GTI engine, all-wheel-drive could be in the cards.
It appears there may not be a regular ol' S version of Audi's A1; instead, the car manufacturer might just jump right to the RS badges for the rumored performance version of its subcompact car. (more…)
A whole new kind of open-air fun for Massa and Alonso.
By definition, you'd expect any roller coaster badged with the Ferrari name to be fast, and the Formula Rossa coaster at the company's new Abu Dhabi theme park doesn't disappoint—it is, in fact, the world's fastest roller coaster. (more…)
The rumors of the our (print version) demise have not been greatly exaggerated.
Dear loyal 0-60
It's with a heavy heart that we confirm today the rumors that were going around last week. (more…)
Car maker needs cash to consolidate Chrysler.
Call up your accountant (or, if you're like us, smash open your piggy bank)—it looks like Fiat may be planning on selling off some pieces of Ferrari. (more…)