The Second Annual Jalopnik Film Festival is happening in New York City on November 5th and 6th and it will feature a bunch of new films, including the world premiere of APEX: The Story Of The Hypercar. But what the hell is a Hypercar? The trailer has the answer.
The Tesla car company isn't shy about breaking from automotive standard practice, building fast, near-silent, sleek electric cars in a world where most vehicles still sip dinosaur juice. So it probably shouldn't surprise you to learn that the complex electronic infrastructure supporting the car's many sensors and…
The race to make the world's fastest production car has turned into an all-out war, and as our pals at Jalopnik report, the viciously bonkers gearheads at Koenigsegg are readying a jaw-dropping juggernaut. It's got all the mind-blowing stuff you'd expect: well over one thousand horsepower, a theoretical top speed of…
Last week, Jalopnik's Michael Ballaban posted about what is easily one of my favorite urban stories of all time, which is that parts of Manhattan are actually built on the wartime ruins of English towns—churches, homes, pubs, libraries, shops, and businesses—all shipped to the U.S. as ballast during World War II.
Please, please don't let this golf cart hovercraft be an April Fool's joke. We need this—nay, America needs this.
Our friends over at Jalopnik have rounded up the 10 worst passenger planes still in service. So, uh... safe travels?
Our friends over at Jalopnik found some amazing Russian car nuts who hacked their Opel to be driven by an iPad.
Hey Austin folks, come hang out with us tonight for a sneak peek at our new show! Lobster rolls and beer are on us.
Mark Riccobono is legally blind. But that doesn't stop him from trying to enjoy life. Today, thanks to tactile technology, he became the first blind man to drive around the track at Daytona International Speedway.
A few days ago, China Central Television showed footage of what they claimed was an air force training exercise conducted on January 23. From the looks of things, they were actually just playing clips from Top Gun.
Over at Quirky, the Snowdozer, a collapsable, double-bladed snow scraper, currently has 145 of the 1200 preorders it needs to go into production. Is there any conceivable cause more important for you to get behind this morning?
Pure luck, that's how. She decided to kill herself today, jumping from the 23rd floor of her hotel. Fortunately, the taxi in where she landed wasn't too hard and she survived. Injured, but survived.
Got a couple fancy cars and a couple million dollars to burn? If you do, you could probably use a robotic garage to store them in style. If not, just ogle these mechanical marvels our friends at Oobject found.
Is it possible that we've been taking our Hot Wheels for granted? That we don't consider the toll those bends and loops take over time? Well, now there's a Hot Wheel that records video of its traumatic life. Like so.
This is the world's longest bridge. It links the Chinese cities Qingdao with Huangdao, could easily traverse the English Channel, and at 26.4 miles long extends far enough that you could run a marathon on it. With room to spare.
A Segway i2 that's customized to fit into the Tron universe? Never before has personal transportation been so simultaneously geeky and inspired. This is the light cycle mall cops use on the Grid. And it was shockingly easy to make: