A handful of automotive executives have attained “world leader” status, and Carlos Ghosn was one of those people. Now Ghosn, a 40-year veteran of the automotive industry, whose alliance with Mitsubishi Motors, Nissan and Renault manufactures one of ever nine cars built in the world, has been arrested for what prosecutors in Japan are calling […]
If there’s anything that speaks to the longevity of a Volvo, it’s Irv Gordon and his P1800S. Since he purchased the car new in 1966, he traveled 3.2 million miles in it, earning accolades, relationships with tens of thousands of Volvo fans around the world, and a place in the Guinness Book of World Records. […]
The Hyundai Veloster has been around since 2011, but in that time, it’s never really reached its true sport potential. The 2019 Hyundai Veloster N is a whole new ballgame. It’s the perfect weapon for track days, autocross and commuting, all wrapped into one super well equipped car, at a price that makes a lot […]
This item comes from Jason Torchinsky at Jalopnik, who hosts the terrific “Jason Drives” series on YouTube. He received a note from a man named Paul in Cohasset, Massachusetts, about his brother, who recently passed away after a battle with early-onset Alzheimer’s Disease. (Image Courtesy: Jalopnik) RELATED: How Much Does a Classic Car Really Cost? […]
At the turn of the 20th century, Gräf & Stift built some of the world’s most exclusive luxury automobiles. Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria rode in one when he was assassinated, an act that set off the world’s most violent war to that point. Legend has it that thirteen people met similarly violent ends in that car, […]
Red Sovine released the song “Phantom 309” in 1967, almost a decade before CB truckin’ songs became unavoidable. It’s about a haunted 18-wheeler, and the story behind one of its verses is quite true, to the point that town residents worked to erect a monument in honor of the real-life hero in September, 2014.
Halloween’s a good time to tell some scary stories. The scariest car story out there is the story of James Dean’s Little Bastard, the Porsche 550 in which his ticket was eternally punched on September 30th, 1955. It leaves behind a trail of wreckage much longer than just Dean himself.
When Boston teams win championships, Tony Cerulle and his team at Boston Duck Tours spring into action, even when the trucks are hibernating for the winter.
There’s a debate raging over at the Car Talk Communities about advanced safety technology and teen drivers. “I’ve noticed your partiality to all the new safety features available on today’s cars – automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, lane-departure warning and rear cross traffic alert, amongst others,” writes Michael Britten. With his own teen grandchildren about […]