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It's hilariously loud. Cab drivers love it. Pedestrians can't not look at it. It's a fucking terror.
Owning a car in NYC is a pain. Everyone, especially us car enthusiasts based here, knows that. There are certain things that make it worth it though, like parking right in front of your prom venue, and walking out on a rainy saturday evening and driving away in style, as your friends look enviously on as they get into…
As public transportation continues to become more disgusting, and as the costs of owning a vehicle grow, car sharing programs continue to become a more viable option for residents of NYC and of other large cities.
Except I wasn't even driving this car, and no tickets resulted...so. Whatever.
Welcome to part one of my new series, A Young Enthusiast's Trip To Europe. Throughout this post and several of my upcoming ones, I will preach to you all about my time in Europe as a young automotive enthusiast traveling with another young automotive enthusiast. In this series, I will attempt to explain German…
If this website is correct and my speedo was good, I not only maxed out the 118i on true Autobahn, but also did 5 km/h better.
Today on the streets of the Upper West Side of Manhattan I was startled by the rare appearance of this Buick Lacrosse test mule.
Recently when searching for videos of a Land Rover LR4 on a skid pad, I somehow came across this insanity.
As I made my way through the BMW exhibit at NYIAS, browsing cars such as the F10 M5, 3 Series GT, and M6 Gran Coupe, I spotted a lone motorbike in the back corner, placed behind the 3 Series GT. It was the BMW C650 GT.