• Rare Lamborghini LM002 Wagon Owned by Sultan of Brunei Set for Auction

    A unique piece of automotive history is about to hit the auction block: a one-of-a-kind Lamborghini LM002 Wagon once owned by the Sultan of Brunei. This customized off-roader is set to be auctioned by SBX Cars on August 7, 2024, and is expected to fetch a substantial sum due to its rarity and royal provenance. Image Via SBX Cars The Lamborghini LM002, first introduced in the 1980s, was Lamborghini’s bold foray into off-road vehicles. Often referred to as the "Rambo Lambo" due to its rugged desig

  • Stolen Mercedes Chase Ends In A Swamp

    Florida continues to be one of the best places for weird stories, including this one of a suspect in a stolen Mercedes running from police and getting caught in a swamp. Thankfully there were no alligators involved in the chase or arrest, but bodycam footage of the chase is still pretty heart-pounding. Woman pulls off the interstate and minutes later her BMW X6 explodes. According to Port Orange Police Department, officers tracked down a stolen Mercedes which was sitting in an apartment complex

  • Watch a New Jersey couple's Tesla get damaged by a fish falling from the sky

    A New Jersey couple got a big surprise when a bird dropped a fish on their Tesla, causing surprising damage.

  • C7 Corvette Tries Driving Across Pedestrian Bridge

    Sometimes people do strange things with cars. We’ve seen an awful lot of interesting modifications in our time, but we’ve seen just as many odd behaviors behind the steering wheel. But we believe this is the first time we’ve witnessed someone try to drive their Corvette on a pedestrian bridge. Two teens shot at Los Angeles street takeover. An unidentified driver in Los Angeles, California got his C7 Corvette stuck at the entrance to a pedestrian bridge in the Sylmar area on the morning of July 2

  • Backfire News Readers Can Win This Pair of Dodge Challengers

    In 2013, Dream Giveaway envisioned the future of Dodge with a supercharged HEMI muscle car dubbed the “Plum Crazier” Challenger. This marked the first Challenger Dream Giveaway, featuring a pair of Plum Crazy Challengers for one fortunate winner. Now, a decade later, we're thrilled to present the “Plum Craziest” pair ever in the all-new Challenger Dream Giveaway. Enter here. Image Via Dream Giveaway Since 2007, Dream Giveaway Garage has turned 140 automotive dreams into reality. Now, it's your c

  • GM Is Selling Formerly Faulty Bought-Back EVs At Deep Discounts

    GM’s Ultium vehicles have had a shaky few years, with the company buying back vehicles for problems ranging from shaky build quality to risk of spontaneous fires. Now those cars are finding their way to the used market with some huge discounts. You just have to trust GM finally fixed the underlying issues with the cars.

  • View Photos of the 1986 Lamborghini Jalpa

    1986 Lamborghini Jalpa exterior and interior photos.

  • A Millionaire's Abandoned Classic Car Collection

    These trucks may soon get back on the road.

  • Nasdaq tumbles 3% in worst day of the year amid tech-earnings rout

    The Nasdaq dropped sharply as earnings from Tesla and Google parent Alphabet missed investors' expectations.

  • Top 10 best small company cars

    Sometimes the best things really do come in small packages, as these compact company cars prove

  • Racing on TV, July 25-28

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  • Tesla's cars are starting to look pretty basic — and that's a problem

    Drivers hoping for a redesigned Tesla sedan or crossover are stuck waiting for now, and that's not helping sales.

  • State Senator Claims 'Political Persecution' After Being Caught Driving 71 MPH In 35-MPH Zone

    Arizona State Senator Justine Wadsack was caught driving 71 mph in a 35-mph zone, and now she’s claiming “political persecution” over the citation. In Arizona, if you’re caught driving 20 mph or more over the posted speed limit, it’s considered a Class 3 misdemeanor, punishable with up to 30 days in jail and up to a year of probation, a $500 fine, and three points on your license. Now she’s refusing to sign the citation, the Tucson Sentinel reports.

  • Have Midsize Trucks Gotten Out of Hand?

    Really, you might have little choice but to mind these midsizers, which are technically smaller trucks than their full-size siblings. Do you think midsize trucks have gotten out of hand? With every new generation, trucks like the Tacoma, Colorado, and Ranger seem to be getting significantly bigger.

  • Matt Smith Doubles Down, Wants NHRA to Level Playing Field in Pro Stock Motorcycle

    Pro Stock Motorcycle racer and team boss continues to be critical of lack of parity in the bikes class, offers a possible solution.

  • Massachusetts Pauses Kei Car Ban After Fierce Resistance

    Enthusiasts all over the U.S. love tiny Japanese kei cars, so naturally state governments are coming out of the woodwork to ban them without good reason. Massachusetts is the latest state to give the bans a shot, but lawmakers — and their secretive backers — are facing stiff resistance from JDM enthusiasts.

  • Elon Musk's web of investments keeps getting more tightly interwoven

    Musk is tying his various companies together — and shareholders in large part seem to be on board.

  • Xiaomi Unveils SU7 Ultra Hypercar with Groundbreaking Powertrain

    Xiaomi Auto has unveiled the prototype of its much-anticipated 2025 SU7 Ultra hypercar, marking the brand’s ambitious entry into the high-performance electric vehicle market. This new model showcases Xiaomi’s cutting-edge HyperEngine V8S powertrain and aims to compete with the best in the hypercar world. Image Via Xiaomi Auto The SU7 Ultra is equipped with an advanced triple-motor EV powertrain that combines two V8S e-motors with a single V6S motor. This setup delivers a staggering 1,139 kW (1,5

  • Most popular states for new RV buyers

    RV Trader's new data examined the top cities and states for RV buyers, finding that Texas, California, and Florida were the most popular.

  • Tesla's best bet for growth has nothing to do with cars or AI

    Tesla's energy business was a key driver of revenue in the second quarter, without which its earnings would have been much worse.