The lunchbox has ended—it’s time for me to move on to…
The lunchbox has ended—it’s time for me to move on to…
Russia is being innovative in its own way, Genesis styles a swan for lakeside motoring, and off-road Porsches
Staying PG-13 while lusting after the R-rated 2023 Toyota Prius.
eBikes should be free. Asterisk: free with the purchase of a gasoline vehicle.
The tastiest car on sale anywhere is a bite-sized EV
A-to-B the most dangerous way (walking), a stunning new Buick Century, launching an Alpine, and custom OBS trucks.
A new Honda Accord, an old EV Mini pickup, a lap record, and the impressive K997.
We’re going beyond cars, people. Buckle up…or better, give us your pulse.
The “C” word, according to Daniel Riccardo, real mountain drifting in 2022, and a new blue SUV.
Driving the Citroën Oli, 🇨🇳 is building the antagonizing EVs people want, Honda and the hypocrisy of speeding laws & vehicle legislation.
Off-road, off-script, off-brand, and of gender—big topics and big ideas this Friday.
While the world burns, we must keep racing.
“We’re going to ensure electric muscle cars are a nightmare”—Dodge
Video games, video games, video games—it’s always been about how video games would change the world of cars.
No hints but there’s a new red car coming to race near you in 2023…
GAC christens its Milanese design center with a minimalist electric Barchetta concept in a fetching shade of bordeaux. No notes.
Is it possible to hate Big Oil but love cars and still have fun with ’em? Absolutely, here’s why:
Hear a Jacques Villeneuve show car from the 1997 Formula 1 World Championship is for sale? Swallow these crossover vegetables first and I’ll tell you about it.
This newsletter is scented using ELECTRIKHANA by Ken Block
Aren’t slow news days the best? Well, Toyota did just drop a Tesla Model 3-rivaling sedan…
Hi, Abarth? I’d like a no-foam, no lid espresso con panna roadster to go, please.
What’s new in the world of cars? Mitsubishi has a concept trucklet for us. Yay…
Hyundai is on a Rolls—I mean—roll with its most luxurious flagship sedan ever, and real-world Volkswagen ID.Buzz impressions.
Is it OK to ignore the elephant(s) in the room much longer? Give me another 24 hours…
Buckle up for full English coverage of the Paris Motor Show from a 2-bdrm apartment in Quebec, Canada.
Doug DeMuro’s pitch-perfect take on press cars, judging Porsche’s Nürburgring lap time claims, and singing praises for the Aiways U6 EV. 🎶
Nobody likes EVs more than me, so why am I starting to dislike more and more upcoming EVs? Bloat, baby…bloat.
Hey there, 460 horsepower 2023 BMW M2. 👋 Will phone manufacturers be good at making cars? Playing Lego with Subarus to make a modern STI wagon & more.
An Apollo EV prototype, the G2J; an EV truck tow-off; the successor to Sir Stirling Moss’ favourite microcar; a minimalist designer’s car collection; and why Jaguar needs to respect the F-Type.
What does an affordable microcar, Australia’s best motor race of the year, and driving through Chongqing, China, have in common? They’re remarkable.
Today, are you feeling bottom of the barrel or top of the pile? Slow cars fast, NASCAR oddities, and easily thievable Hyundais and Kias.
EV Honda SUVs skating on General Motors technology is not how I saw the electric car revolution playing out—but here we are. Also: (beautiful) street drifting in Canada and Alexa in your BMWs.
The final Ford GT, reviewing futuristic cars, living in a futuristic place, and bricking a futuristic Hummer
Alpine’s highest performance A110 yet, why North America’s busiest highway is in Toronto, pray for cheap EVs, and we 🖤 3D printing.
All-new Maserati GranTurismo, car builder and YouTuber Rich Rebuilds vs the EPA, and reimagining Volvo as a race car company.
Boiling a car brand down to its Genes, demolishing an auto plant, women racers, and visiting the hardworking mastermind behind Porsche tuner RWB.
The Citroën oli, a close look at the Aptera Gamma prototype, and the abandoned F1 track you’re allowed to visit
The XM to rule all SAVs, running out of charge (on purpose), and Nio is making waves in Germany
Inexpensive electric roadsters, why Mercedes-Benz rules in Albania, and fairly judging Tesla Autopilot.
Eurobeat intensifies, Canada crowns a women champion, Hyundai IONIQ 6 first drives, and why we’re failing at building more efficient vehicles
Very electric Renault R5 Turbo 3E, the PIIP, dissecting aesthetics with Matty Matheson, and why fixing an older luxury car is often so costly.
Volvo starts to develop in a dangerous direction, the audacity of an American super-truck in the UK, a stunning Porsche restoration, dealer markups, and celebrating the St. Mary’s Trophy.
The heavyweight Mercedes-AMG C 63 S E PERFORMANCE, lightweight Caterham updates, and Ken Block’s latest whip has its tires vaporized.
Today, another speedster—this time born from jets. Tricking AI into designing cars for me, and car prices (womp womp)
An all-new Mazda MX-5 speedster(!) from Italy, a minimal off-roader from Romania, and catching up with AI, EVs, and shoddy voice commands.
Today’s all about energy: BMW Dune Taxi EV, getting the most from our streets, and $2,000 EVs from China
2024 Ford Mustang and Ford Mustang Dark Horse, YiChe Garage Big EV 6x6, AI-led design, and a homemade Transformer.
Speed, speed, and more speed. A Ferrari V8-powered crossover, a Ferrari V12-powered hatchback, and the final Chrysler muscle sedans will likely be ones to keep.
Thoughts on the Pagani Utopia, car-themed AI art, Nyck de Vries' F1 finish, and a captivating short film about a Porsche 997 Turbo owner.
Touring vast underground bunkers, folding steering wheels, folding cameras, and funny Australians.
Jeep flexes its Photoshop muscles, Volkswagen joins the 4x4 EV club, crossing the infamous Rufford Ford, Wal-Mart’s van is hot, killer brake dust is not.
Touring the 2022 Chengdu Motor Show, examining the KTM X-Bow GT-XR, and a programmer who’s building engines virtually.
First reviews of the 2023 Volkswagen ID.Buzz, a 540 horsepower Ford Escort (with paddle shift!), and James May crashed an Evo.
Formula 1 needs to improve spectator safety, a mint 1996 Geo Prize, and the huge dangers coming soon from in-car technology.
Jonathan Ward details the ICON Derelict 1949 Mercury EV Coupe, smart brabus #1, Suzuki Mighy Boy, and paying homage to Nicola Materazzi
The Ariel Hipercar test mule, the Ariel Hipercar, and spotting an ex-Sultan of Brunei Ferrari 456 ‘Venice’ GT.
The “other Hummer” has 1,000 horsepower, how to reliably buy the best stuff, and why charging networks are so flippin’ bad
The growth of China’s EV market, Toyota’s new compact EV sedan (for China), and onboard a Honda Fit (with 840 bhp).
Coffin noses are back, baby! The WEY Yuanmeng, touring a tiny camper ‘van’, and dissecting the Prodrive P25.
Revisiting the Isle of Man TT record set by Subaru, a new MG4 Mulan EV sedan launched in China, and rear-wheel-drive Volvo love is spreading.
Audi joins Formula 1, the Just Rolled In phenomenon, and speedster.news gets a Volvo project car.
Watching real EVs doing actual battery swaps in 2022, and is the Pokémon x MINI Concept Aceman itasha (痛車) enough?
2022 Lincoln Zephyr reviewed (in China), window shopping for a fun car, and a humble tour of the Nürburgring parking lot with Misha Charoudin.
Rounding out Monterey with new cars from Koenigsegg, McLaren, Lucid, Gunther Works, Ruf, Czinger, and Bugatti.
Lapping in NASCAR with an F1 World Champion, hooning a Dodge Challenger, and the future of car shows isn’t Monterey Car Week?
Lincoln L100, Acura Precision EV, keeping up with the Czinger 21C V Max and what’s the problem with Porsche?
There’s an electric muscle car coming, finding fun on a budget, checking out a dash cam buyer’s guide, and saluting Doug DeMuro.
The world’s most important automotive competition just held a 10 hour race, a new crossover from Dodge, Formula 1 driver opinions, and: what are you reading?
What’s the top Japanese sports car of 2022? Three used car oddities from Quebec and more spectator drags
Sunny side of the Aston Martin DBR22’s underbody, hydrogen-powered GR Toyota, and debuting a new way to feature speedster.news images.
Nico Rosberg loves Mate Rimac’s second-ever car, Nevera. A Canadian car events app, shopping for housing near the Nürburgring Nordschleife and an affordable EV truck.
You might want to start dreaming of owning a classic Alpine, three rowdy cars, and electric car batteries may be reliable than expected
Examining all-electric travel from B to Z, hybrid racing, and an interview with a little-known automotive designer.
Rodents and cars don’t mix, the 2024 Meyers Manx, and remembering a mid-engined Dodge roadster.
Rally crashes, rally specials, and a special car that fellow time attack builders can rally around as one of the greats.
Type7 x Jeff Zwart, the Lingotto building, new truck from Changan, and weekly video selects
Don’t sleep on WhistlinDiesel, Lynk & Co suspends its racing program, and evaluating the current state of Hummer H3s for sale.
Picking the right car for a music video, Built By Legends Japanese sports cars, and speedster.news website improvements.
The joy of local run what you brung racing, supercar-inspired shoes from APL x McLaren, and choosing a sleeper car.
On track with the 585 horsepower Kia EV6 GT, Rich Rebuilds on the farm, and who do you believe in the Stellantis-GAC Group dispute?
Visiting a wild big rig truck show in Thailand, you can buy the world’s smallest convertible EV, and an enthusiast garage owner’s road test of a Mitsubishi Evolution VIII wagon.
An English review of the brand-new Li Auto L9 SUV, new Chevrolet Colorado, and last laps for a 4-time F1 World Champion.
MINI is showing off its latest EV, there’s a solar EV on its way, and when Jaguar V12s roared in Australia.
Lamborghini’s latest is a high riding SUV sports car with roof rails, highballing sellers online, and joining the classic GT car club.
My Volvo Romance, the upcoming Cadillac flagship (fastback) sedan, and wait, fast Volvos? Plus, turning off gas pump advertising.
It’s Friday somewhere, which could only mean a 1-of-2000 Volkswagen Bora R, sim racing maturing as a sport but not as a career, and watching pure joy with friends on the Nürburgring.
Today, we tread lightly to honour those lost to recent ecological disasters. The 2023 Honda Civic Type-R. An iconic track car from 1953, adventures with (small) trucks you won’t want to miss, and the hottest hot button topic in the known galaxy.
MG roadsters are back (soon), a sweetly modified Hyundai sedan, and a compilation of iconic motorsport saves.
Saying the quiet part out loud: the evolution of truck advertising. And revisiting an old spark from the early 2000s.
What’s high mileage if you’re spending €1 million? Also: the Japanese salaryman’s coffin and a Slovakian roadster.
Why did you automatically love the new Hyundai concept? Italian design. An Italian car cut from the same cloth. And the last Citroën Cityrama.
Is this neoclassic an Alfa Romeo or a Ralf-Ameo 🤢? And make yourself a sandwich ’cause the Helihome camping helicopter & Ronin Audi are back.
Bye, Spark EV; finding the perfect stance, and we must act after the Austrian GP
Today, we evaluate affordable-ish classic European vehicles, and I have another debut boxy EV for you from new automaker KG Motors.
A simpler time: the 1998 Rajd Polski, the 2023 KG Auto La Bagnole, and an Italian-designed Isuzu classic for sale in the U.S.
For lunchbox 5: a very special Renault 5, a very narrow Geo and hoping Boris Johnson doesn’t return to his former career as a very shit car reviewer.
In today’s General Motors-themed edition, I hope you’re ready to watch a Corvette take on the touge, learn about the new Cadillac Lyric thanks to savagegeese, and see the best neoclassic for sale…anywhere.
Dive into a short burst of eclectic videos and cars, featuring a story about James May (as told by James May), flexible Formula 1 floors and a Ruf Porsche.
Today’s very practical mix features kei trucks, rally Volvos, and thoughts on our incredible (driverless?) future.
Videos, cars, stories feat Hoonigan, Roadster Life, Carfection; plus Citroën SM rally cars