Somehow the Aperta excites me like the LaFerrari never did.
You guys probably heard about this already but 2 weeks ago, in France on the A12 highway, a semi transporting 9 supercars fell on its side...
If you’re reading this you probably have something hot, curvy, and Italian stretched across your desktop (and no, I’m not talking about Monica Bellucci - you pervert). By virtue of you even being here, you must have formed some opinion on the very latest slew of superduperhyper-hybrid cars (it’s the 918, anyone who…
Marchettino’s Super Car Sounds of 2015! Enjoy!!!
Marchettino is at it again with 70+ cars pullin away making all the lovely noise they do.
After reading this post about Klassikstadt a few weeks ago, and realising I was going through Frankfurt on my holiday - in my shiny new Cactus - I decided to at least go and check Klassikstadt out. I did not have much time, but I was there. Here are a few pictures for you to enjoy.
High-res detail photos from the Newtown Car Show in CT this past weekend, we did our best to avoid bystanders in the shots so that you guys could use these as wallpapers etc. Even more high-res car photos for your enjoyment here: L&S Studios
Will Davison plays his cards right and wins race 9 of the 2015 International V8 Supercars championship series. It was followed by a whole buncha skids and donuts in glorious super slo-mo, which I’ll need to find a .gif of soon.
Not necessarily "cartoons," but the lines and perceived animation of some new supercars are becoming less sensual and seductive. They've turned to more electric lines carrying more childlike angry or excited faces.
Take the R8 for example. Upon first release, the car was about smooth, yet fast lines; a serious, yet…
We team up again! Jalopnik fan, photographer extraordinaire, Jason and I have undertaken the utterly challenging work of showing up at a place where exotic supercar owners come together and race so that you can sit at home, drink a hot cup of coffee, and enjoy the beauty of these extravagant, magnificent machines.
With loads of carbon fiber, scissor doors, a hybrid drivetrain, and its mid-engine layout the 2004 Toyota Alessandro Volta Concept was years ahead of its time. It's like Toyota drew a map to hypercar perfection, and let everyone else run with it.
With the Zora finally reaching a point where we are seeing prototypes and test mules, I think it's time to step back and find out what happened.
For some reason yellow Ferraris don't bother me at all, but a red Lambo always seems to throw me off for a second. The same is true with red Imprezas (vs Evos) as well. I'm not sure why...
It was with a potato.
Russet, baked for 12 minutes, served with bacon and chives.