The 2019 Jaguar I-Pace is quite an achievement. While the entire automotive industry is scrambling to get electric vehicles out by the end of the decade, Jaguar will begin delivering its new EV crossover before the end of this summer with the performance, style and range to challenge Tesla and everyone else.
Just as Honda teased with concepts last year, all-new Monkey and Super Cub bikes will be returning to the U.S. starting next year, and they look incredible.
We should probably be more worried about our colleague David Tracy than we are.
As part of the same 70th anniversary celebrations that gave us the tragic new name of the Porsche Mission E, the automaker immediately made everything better and revealed a new Porsche 911 Speedster Concept.
News of Porsche developing its gorgeous Mission E concept into an all-electric sports car lineup has been very exciting, at least up until this point. According to a presentation by the CEO, the production version will unfortunately be called the “Taycan.”
Imagine a reality where the government is totally corrupt, the city of Detroit is desperately trying to get back on its feet, police forces have become overly militarized with weekly reports of unjustified authoritative violence, and the overwhelmingly negative news coverage is only cut by condescending ads for…
Finally, my 2Fast 2Furious dreams are coming true.
Jalopnik Movie Club: Friendly reminder that tomorrow’s movie review is the original Robocop! If you have any hot takes, be sure to email me at justin [at] jalopnik [dot] com, or make your case in the comments below.
JetBlue is tightening its emotional support animal allowances for flights next month, limiting the critters allowed on its planes to just dogs, cats and miniature horses. To be clear, full-size horses are no longer allowed.
You only need to hear this advice once, but it could end up saving you.
During Tuesday’s Tesla shareholder meeting, CEO Elon Musk said the company would never develop motorcycles because he almost died while riding one when he was 17.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced that full production of the entry-level $35,000 Tesla Model 3, arguably the motivating factor behind the majority of the car’s hundreds of thousands of deposits, will begin in the first quarter of next year at Tuesday’s monthly shareholder meeting.
There were Transformers movies before Michael Bay.
The upcoming all-new BMW Z4 is the often-chastised German brand’s attempt to convince us all that the sports car isn’t dead, and that it can beat the Porsche Boxster. A pre-production drive reported by Auto Express promises the car is “somewhere between good and very good.” If true this also bodes well for the new …
It’s both a wonder and a shame that a movie like Dude, Where’s My Car could get made, and if nothing else, it shows how far society has come in the last 18 years. Not much about it has aged well, especially not the rampant homophobia, misogyny and racism, and that’s all after the 2000 movie scored a mere 18 percent on …
Formula One has given us a great look at the obstructive view of the new F1 halo design from a camera strapped to Toro Rosso driver Pierre Gasly’s noggin as he raced around the Monaco Grand Prix.
Hyundai has been playing around with the concept of a mid-engine, rear-wheel drive Veloster-based hatchback since at least 2014, but it seemingly fell to the wayside. But the head of Hyundai’s new N performance division hasn’t forgotten, and the concept isn’t dead just yet.
Some bad advice:
I won’t believe the long-rumored mid-engined Chevrolet Corvette is actually happening until I see it, but Car And Driver has a roundup of new supposed details of the next generation car, including no manual option and a 1,000 horsepower hybrid trim level.
We talked about the weird reflective plastic bits on the back of cars earlier today, but we failed to mention cars with the same stuff up front. Enter the Mercury Sable.