Hong Kong airliner Cathay Pacific told on itself today after publishing photos to Twitter of a paint job gone wrong on one of its planes, with the fuselage mistakenly reading “Cathay Paciic,” leading all of the internet to joke about not giving an “F.”
People make mistakes. Sometimes it’s as small as forgetting to pay a parking ticket, and sometimes it’s spending a lot of money on a rally car that ends up parked, becoming a huge pain in the ass. What isn’t a mistake is Land Rover offering the Range Rover diesel to Americans, which is a great way of throwing six…
Burning Man, the community event that takes over the Black Rock Desert in Nevada for a week every year, has broken its number one rule of “leaving no trace,” as cleanup of a retrofitted Boeing 747 has been stalled weeks after the event’s permit has expired.
Ferrari dumped a new plan for investors today, announcing that it will produce 15 new models by 2022, including a crossover called the Purosangue and a new hybrid mid-engine supercar to slot above the current 488, which will also be replaced by a hybrid model.
Earlier today, we got a peek at the Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2 special series cars, but now official details and images have been released, and they look tearfully incredible.
Here we are, in a day and age where BMW has brought back the 8 Series and co-developed the new 2019 BMW Z4 roadster alongside the damn Toyota Supra revival, which sounds like an 18 year-old’s fever dream circa 2012. It’s too bad BMW is going to ruin it.
Remember when retro was cool again with the 2005 Ford Mustang and every automaker lost their mind for awhile, and then eventually calmed down? Well retro is far from dead it seems as Peugeot has a concept coupe inspired by the Peugeot 504 coupe from the 1970s.
Elon Musk admits that Tesla is falling behind on deliveries, the mid-size Ram will likely be a Wrangler, Cadillac wants to make special cars and Ferrari investors seem to be worried about nothing. All of this and more in The Morning Shift for Monday, Sept. 17, 2018.
The 2021 BMW Vision iNext Concept is packed full of future technology, like autonomous driving, an electric drivetrain, projector that track handheld objects, smart seating surfaces that respond to touch, and more fluff, which is a lot for what’s essentially going to just be a flagship electric crossover.
BMW is busy planning its future lineup of electric vehicles and photos of its latest concept, the BMW Vision iNext Concept, has leaked a little early. Its face is a lot to look at, but the rest of it looks like a pretty cool future crossover.
Electric motorcycles continue to improve on design and practicality, but it’s still a tricky balance to nail. The new Fly Free Smart electric motorcycles seem to be focused more on customization and design and less on practicality, but they look so good I’m not sure anybody will care.
Hold on to your snapbacks Subaroos, because there’s big changes coming. After years and years of holding out for a more powerful model, the 2019 Subaru BRZ is finally getting a new special edition that puts the power down! Oh wait, no, I’m reading, no, actually it’s just another paint color.
A meetup of California car enthusiasts intended to be a tribute to Fast & Furious actor Paul Walker held last night quickly developed into a scene of chaos, with videos from the event showing crowds ripping burnouts, jumping on a security truck, assaulting a security guard and police boxing in the parking lot.
Following the introduction of Volvo’s new electric trucks earlier this year, the automaker has gone a step further and chopped its autonomous truck concept down to the bare essentials with the new Volvo Vera.
Volkswagen, a company that has essentially stripped its most iconic model, the VW Beetle, of most of its identity over the last couple of decades, is throwing in the towel with a new Final Edition for the 2019 model year.
The famous pendulum turn, better known as the Scandinavian Flick in rallycross, is like an impossible magic trick for driving. It involves turning right to go left, a tricky balance of the throttle and even some left foot braking, and it’s great if you can pull it off, and probably disastrous if you can’t.
The 2019 BMW X2 M35i is the new range-topping version of the slightly different and better looking crossover based on the BMW X1, and now it comes with the most powerful four-cylinder engine the company’s ever built.
Back in 2007, New York City decided to remedy one of its many transportation and infrastructure issues and set out to make cycling in the city feel safer, and they did by introducing what’s called a protected bike lane.
Spyker, the Dutch automaker that never quite seems to have its shit together, has done it again. Over a year after announcing a partnership to source engines from Koenigsegg, and months after production was supposed to start, Koenigsegg now says the deal is off. Who could have seen this coming?
Ford announced today a recall of 2 million 2015 to 2018 Ford F-150 Regular Cab and Super Crew Cab trucks over seat belt pretensioners, which could spark when deployed and possibly lead to fire.