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If you’re claustrophobic or have extreme vertigo, watching this video of Ben Hemingway hammering through the streets of Porto, Portugal in the Red Bull Extreme XL de Lagares, a race that combines trials riding, motocross, and rallying with a bit of Escape from New York. The only thing that would make this wilder is if the crowd was made up entirely of zombies.
The Detroit News reports that former Ford public affairs executive Jason Vines accuses the manufacturer of tapping his phone during the company’s 2001 Ford Explorer/Firestone tire debacle, and that Executive Chairman Bill Ford, Jr. was directly responsible for leaks to the New York Times.
Say “Kia” and “$66,000 car” in the same sentence and people look at you like you’ve got three heads. Kias are cheap cars, right? Well, the 2015 Kia K900 is, in fact a Kia, and does carry a $66,000 price tag. It’s a modern take on what the 1990 Lexus LS400 offered when it was introduced.
Buying a new car — any new car — in 2014 requires a significant investment. One of the burning questions at purchase time is “Do I spend more on a luxury car, and will I get more out of it when I’m done with it?” That’s the question that this infographic attempts to answer.
We can’t talk about how the Dodge Charger Hellcat drove until October 29, but we can show you in this video. SRT Engineer Marty Jagoda lights it up.
Tesla’s sales model does not involve traditional dealerships and has always focused on direct sales to consumers. This is because CEO Elon Musk has long insisted that the dealership model simply isn’t in the consumer’s best interest, but it’s possible that the Tesla sales model is about to change anyway.
(Note: Photo is accurate, but not actual.) Driving while intoxicated is a bad idea, but authorities contend that a Sudbury, Massachusetts man never got the memo. Police found Bryan Cadogan so hammered that he passed out at a stop sign.
It’s no secret that before I ended up as the editor at BestRide.com, I was a contributor to a lot of places including BangShift.com, under the sweatshop-like conditions of the lugubrious Brian Lohnes. One of his most pronounced idiosyncrasies is his inability to pick up a reasonable project car. Every one is the kind of car that most people would pay you to take. Forthwith, an examination:
These two Fords are owned by Richard and Eileen of the Easton, Pa. area. Included are the blue and white 1955 Sunliner and the yellow and black 1955 Skyliner convertible. Both of these cars are exceptional examples of the beautiful cars that toured the boulevards in the mid-1950s.
Even if you are a dedicated car nut that loves movies you may not have heard of the film Rendezvous. If not, you are in for a treat, because it is indeed the best movie ever made starring a car that you never see in the film. The brilliance of Rendezvous is that it is shot entirely point of view (POV). When watching it, one gets to experience some of