Adventure Adventure Updated 2-17-2015 “If 67 years young can do it, you can do it, too.” — Aleksander Doba, who made the longest open-water solo kayak crossing of the Atlantic Ocean in history. The votes
50 years later, Jag completes the production run. Fifty years ago, Jaguar's factory lightweight E-Types were poised to continue the grand tradition of the C- and D-Types by thrashing all comers on track.
1965 was the first time Zagato and Lamborghini hooked up, when the Milanese coachbuilder created the Lamborghini 3500 GTZ for Marquis Gerino Gerini. There have been several more collaborations since then,
It was back in 2006 when we first came across Trident and its plans to create a diesel-powered sports car. The prototype was up and running a couple of years later, and it debuted at the Salon Privé in
A pro's-eye view of the 918's incredible performance. Yesterday, we gave you an idea of what it might be like to hustle a McLaren P1 around a racetrack. Never one to be outdone, Porsche has released a
What would you do with 26 cylinders at your disposal? If you and two of your friends could take any three cars on a road trip, you probably wouldn't do much better than the Porsche 911 GT3, Aston Martin
Packard gave up on its automotive plant in Detroit in 1956, but the 3,500,000-square-foot complex of reinforced concrete remains - if only as remains. It is perhaps just as famous for being ruins as it
Audi showed off a ton of cool stuff at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, most notable being the 2015 TT sports car’s interior, but one of our favorite things at the automaker’s stand
Japanese automakers haven't lead the charge towards diesel power in the same way as, say, the Germans have. But Mazda is out to change that. It has been following Audi's lead on the racetrack with oil-burning
We post a lot of videos on Autoblog, but we aren't sure we've ever posted one quite like this. This is a video of Top Gear's Stig lapping the Dunsfold test track in a Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Black Series.
Ryan Tuerck lives out a mad fantasy. When professional drifter Ryan Tuerck gets new mods on his car, he tests them out in a rather unconventional way. Tuerck competes in the Formula Drift series in an
Pity the performance sedan. Were it enough that it conveyed four adults and their weekend bags to the country house. No. It must be transportive. The measure of a performance sedan is taken on this awkward
Three high priests of the sports-car realm reveal their own golden calves. Geneva is a quiet Swiss city of enormous but restrained wealth. The Palexpo center, where the auto show is held every gray March,
Weaponizing Godzilla. After cutting its teeth on the Nissan 370Z and the Juke, Nissan’s recently unleashed in-house tuner NISMO screwed up the courage to take on Godzilla. The resultant GT-R NISMO, which
That's all, folks: The SLS says goodbye. It's over: The SLS AMG, one of the most captivating supercars on the face of the earth, is bidding farewell. To mark the end of the production run, Mercedes-Benz
Dread and terror personified—in a good way. What It Is: The successor to the Lamborghini Gallardo, which has been on sale for a decade now. While speculation is rife that the Gallardo’s heir will be named
When I was out in the desert with my new, old buddy Ralph Gilles, we started shooting the breeze about matte paint jobs. Photo-ninja Drew Phillips had driven out to shoot the SRT Viper TA event, and had
View 27 Photos Gran Turismo 6 won't be released until December 6, but enthusiasts can get an up close and personal look at a super sports cars featured in the video game at the 2013 Los Angeles auto show.
Sometimes a gorgeous model looks better wearing a top. What It Is: The closed-roof version of Jaguar’s sex-on-wheels F-type. Jaguar first showed off the F-type’s design with the C-X16 concept in the fall
The Jeep Wrangler might be the reigning king of special editions, but with sales records being broken almost all year, this plan is obviously resonating with buyers. Joining new models like the Dragon
AirPano is made of eight team members, who have wide-ranging backgrounds (civil engineering and medical cybernetics, among others). The amateur photographers are currently traveling around the world, major
Russian photographer Alexey Kljatov isolates single snowflakes in order to capture the unique beauty of the delicate, icy crystals that fall to the ground during a snowstorm. The Moscow-based photographer