The more terrible sounding the alarm or notification, the more likely you are to attend to it.
Seriously, burnouts aren't just for fun. Done properly, they can help you in a drag race... which is something you'd be doing for fun. Well, anyway, this is educational regardless.
We don't know exactly how fast this car was tooling around the track at the Australian Grand Prix qualifying round, but our best guestimate is somewhere around a million miles per hour.
Kjell Qvale brought many European sports car brands over to the States. He also might have been the Zodiac Killer.
In the 1960s and '70s, BMW sold the Isetta, a truly absurd automobile that probably should never have existed.
An auto insurance dealer staged this extreme form of curling on a skating rink in Ekaterinburg, Russia. Teams pushed their vintage cars across the ice towards their opponents vehicles in hopes of knocking them out of the way. And to keep this dangerous activity as safe as possible and keep the cars light, windows and engines were removed.
A Raspberry Pi with a CANbus shield plugs between the OBD2 port and a laptop running an N64 emulator. Software on the Pi maps control positions in the car to...
A dive into the thriving black market of John Deere tractor hacking.
It's a first world problem, but a problem all the same.
The Demon is the latest strike in the white-hot contested horsepower wars.
Well, it's actually science, but for James Bridle science and magic aren't that distinct.
Carvana is betting convenience will make used-automobile lots a thing of the past.
All car ads should be more like this insanity, filmed at the St. Moritz-Celerina Olympic Bobrun in Switzerland.
With her kids in the back, the driver just manages to get out of the way to safety. And now we're hyperventilating at our desks.
A first look at Uber’s progress.
Inside the vicious patent fight over self-driving technology.
Thanks to lax regulations around the world, car markers can *still* make cars without airbags. And the crash test results are not pretty.
Chipmaker Intel has paid $15B for the Israeli sensor-tech firm Mobileye that provides sensor, radar, and camera technology to 27 major automakers.
You know your car brand has an unpronounceable name when native speakers from the car's country struggle to get it right (we're looking at you Citroën).
There's a good chance that nobody will ever take the corners in Onion Valley this gracefully ever again.
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