Technicolor mountains, otherworldly forests, and glow-in-the-dark beaches: These unusual places around the world prove that weird can also be wonderful. Rakotzbrücke (Rakotz Bridge): Kromlau, Germany de
How much different would Star Wars: The Force Awakens be if it were created by eccentric director and screenwriter Wes Anderson (Moonrise Kingdom, The Royal Tenenbaums)? Well, there'd certainly be a lot
The rollout of the Indian motorcycle brand continues apace with the introduction of an all-new model for 2015: The Scout. In case you haven’t been following the resurrection of Indian, here’s a quick The
Ingenious engineering and the will of slightly crazy homeowners, brings architecture to new heights. Ingenious engineering and the will of slightly crazy homeowners, brings architecture to new heights.
Scion’s annual Tuner Challenge, in which three tuners are given a Scion, $15,000, and 90 days to customize the car for the SEMA show, has become something we look forward to every year. For 2014, Scion
We are but humble truth-seekers here at Car and Driver, bringing you answers to age-old questions like “What’s the most epic death machine on Craigslist?”, “What do the paramedics drive in Dubai?”, and
Sunday, we were having coffee with an old pal who’s never been very much into cars. He had taken his son to the local hobby emporium, where they’d marveled over “those cars with the tab sticking out of
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Although these stunning images might look like the work of Photoshop magic, photographer Robert Bsch (or Robert Boesch) captured these campaign photos for the Swiss mountaineering brand Mammut by carefully
The holidays are tough for a lot of people, but I feel particularly bad for the friends of rich people. What do you get someone who owns a Gulfstream jet, the Brooklyn Nets, and one of those Tauntaun bags?
The traditional American arcade may have died out, but two designers have paid homage to a vital part of video game history through a series of illustrations. Michael Mateyko and Hans Thiessen are collectively
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Announcing the world’s most expensive anything is a surefire way to attract attention, but when the thing is a $3m motor home, questions arise beyond the obvious “Why?” After all, designers create all
The storied rise of Toyota Motor Corporation from a maker of automatic textile looms to the largest and most profitable automaker in the world has been well documented. With hundreds of millions of durable,
7-liters behind you, open air above. As part of the money-no-object throw down between Henry Ford II and his arch-rival Enzo Ferrari, Ford had his Advanced Vehicles Division burning the midnight high-test
Now I want a Korg keytar and a hot pink 240SX. Gaming site Kotaku has uncovered something brilliant: Drift Stage. It's a bit like Cruisin' USA, except with drifting, and apparently a bunch of generic wailing
Man does not live by street-tracker alone, tasty as that diet may be. Even Richard Pollock, acknowledged Tracker King (he’s built more than 100 to date), likes to cook up something different every now
Stanced cars will fail inspection, cause insurance problems. Quebec didn't just ban stanced vehicles, but the province published an article on its government's road safety website condemning the practice
These drivers earned the most in 2012 from their salaries and personal endorsements, as well as their share of race winnings and licensing income. Drivers for Hendrick Motorsports dominate the top 10.