Car collectors are a strange breed. Sometimes, a vehicle will speak to a person through its driving characteristics, styling, engineering, or some other way that makes it impossible not to fall in love.
We’d all love to own one of the world-famous cars, but hardly a few of us know what their names mean and stand for.
A year ago today, SpaceX successfully tested its massive Falcon Heavy rocket system for the first time and celebrated their success by sending a Tesla Roadster, with a space suit wearing mannequin dubbed Starman, into orbit around the Sun.
For some, the 1960s were all about rebellion — rebellion against the conservative 1950s, against the war in Vietnam, and pretty much everything run by “the Establishment.” Young people made their voices heard and refused to accept outdated customs and rules.
Ralph Lauren, famous for his love for old cars, has managed to amass more than 60 rare car models. He owns, among others, a 1958 Ferrari Testarossa and a 1929 Bentley Blower.
In a cross-promotional effort, GM and LEGO teamed up to produce a full-sized replica of the Chevrolet Silverado made out of LEGO bricks—the LEGO Silverado.
Just when you thought technological development couldn’t get any weirder, the simple car wheel is apparently getting outdated. According to Hyundai’s new concept car that is.
Walmart has released a brand new commercial, highlighting the most popular and iconic vehicles in movies and television.
Lincoln is officially bringing back the suicide doors back with the introduction of the Lincoln Continental 80th Anniversary Coach Door Edition.
Known to us mere mortals as the Snow Cruiser and causing tailbacks along a 1020-mile route stretching from Chicago to Boston, this massive exploration machine represented the US attempt at taking possession of Antarctica in late 1939.
Kathleen Brooks purchased her first Volkswagen Beetle in December of 1966. Collecting a red 1967 model from Riverside, California, the Bug was affectionately dubbed ‘Annie’ by all those who sailed in her.
It is about that time of year. The auto show season is here; the perfect temporary escape of the holiday rush.
The credit to the invention of the automobile goes to many. However, Karl Benz is often credited for this revolutionary invention, essentially because his car was the most practical and qualified as the true automobile.
When Elon Musk unveiled the Model 3, he remarked that Tesla doesn’t “make slow cars.”