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Let’s Remember When Mini Went Hog Wild and Built a Superleggera Roadster
It’s time for my weekly “let’s hurt my own feelings and talk about what could have been” session.
Mini Can Still Take the States. But Where Does It Go in an SUV World?
Mini needs to remember that authenticity and personality are assets, not liabilities. And there’s a way it can recapture the magic it once had.
Bring Back Stylish Analog Gauge Clusters
In the unrelenting, forward-march of technology and digitization, pretty things get left behind.
The Drive-In: Come Chat Jewelry Heists, AMC, and Audi A4s Pretending to Be R8s
GET TO DA COMMENTS SECTION!
Performance Cars From the ’80s Are Investments Now. After Driving 4 Icons, I Get Why
I drove an E30 M3, an RX-7, a 911 SC, and a Golf GTI. Then I talked to The Car Crowd about how it’s turning ’80s cars into investments.
Picture Perfect: Taking the Best Shot in the Worst Possible Light
Noon means incredibly difficult, harsh light to work with. But you can still get stunning results with the sun directly overhead.
Can 3D Printing Give Us the Future Cars We Really Want?
Fabless manufacturing could save the auto industry from numbing uniformity.
Tour the 1957 24 Hours of Le Mans With the Man Who Took These Photos
In 1957, Duane Kinslow was 20 years old and stationed in France. He made the best of it, though, with a trip to the track.
50 Years of Honda Civic Sketches Show How Car Design Has Evolved
The Civic has changed immensely over 11 generations.
7’s Day Was a Celebration of Mazdas, Tuners, and New York City
Every year, the Big Apple gets invaded by Mazda rotaries and their JDM pals. It’s a must-see event.
Read James Joyce’s Only Piece of Car Writing: ‘The Motor Derby’ from 1903
James Joyce is one of the greatest authors of the 20th century—and a pretty bad automotive journalist.
James Joyce Once Tried Automotive Journalism. It Didn’t Go Well
Trawling the archives in search of the great writer’s first—and only—piece of auto journalism.
Kanye West Is Working on a Concept Car, Apparently
Kanye West has tried his hand at everything from music to fashion design. Now he wants to build a car.
A Car Forum Gave Me the Strength to Come Out and Kept Me From Being Homeless
Sometimes you find supporters and advocates in the most unlikely places.
The Mazda RX-8 Died and the Tesla Model S Was Born on the Same Day 10 Years Ago
The course of automotive history changed dramatically on a random day in June of 2012.
How the 1972 Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 and Its Ducktail Made History
Ever wonder how the iconic Porsche ducktail spoiler came to be? We’ve got answers.
This Vast Farm Salvage Yard in the Middle of Nowhere Saves Farmers with Hard-to-Find Parts
Farmers have been fixing their own tools since the dawn of time. Places like Fry’s ensure that’s still possible in 2022.
The Out Motorsports Road Rally Taught Me the Importance of Queer Camaraderie
The Hot Girl Summer Road Rally took place on June 11 and saw some 30 cars and 50 or so attendees.
Car Photography Teaches Us to Keep Challenging Ourselves
There’s always room to learn something new.
The Great Race Vintage Road Rally Kicks Off Today
Vintage car owners will rally across the country with any electronic assistance.
The Best Father’s Day Gift, According to a Dad Who’s Been Through Hell
Don’t buy ties or coffee cups. Make memories.
Race Car Driver Charlie Martin Inspires From Atop the Podium
Race driver and trans community legend Charlie Martin sits down for a chat with us.
I Found This Pokémon-Like Card Game at Formula Drift and I’m Obsessed
The game is called Chicane.
We Are Proud: The Drive Celebrates Pride Month
Join us as we highlight queer people who have incontrovertibly helped shape the automotive landscape we live in.
We Made the Dall-E AI Image Generator Make Some Cars. Here Are the Bizarre Results
The Dall-E image generator is everyone’s new favorite toy. So naturally, we made it do weird things with cars.