March 16, 2015

March 13, 2015

  • Let's end the week on a silly little quiz, why not? Aw, come on, it'll be fun. Okay. See that rusty hunk of crap up there? It's a subassembly, with drivetrain of a particular vehicle. Can you name the vehicle this thing is from?Read more...
  • Attorneys for the family of 29-year-old Brooke Melton announced Friday that they reached an out-of-court settlement agreement with General Motors, ending a second wrongful death lawsuit in a case that exposed the ignition switch defect in the first place. Read more...
  • Buick dealers here once sold Opels, while today most Buicks ARE Opels. In between then and now, they sold cars like this Nice Price or Crack Pipe Grand National, and you'll need to decide if this one's selling price is equally grand.Read more...

March 12, 2015

  • Chevrolet Volt owners are inadvertently leaving their plug-in hybrids runnings in their garages, causing the battery to drain, the engine to fire up, and leading to two carbon monoxide-related injuries. Now GM is recalling around 64,000 Volts.Read more...
  • Will Jeep finally sell a pickup?! I mean, no... but I'm still looking forward to the seven special Jeep prototypes we'll see at the 2015 Moab Easter Jeep Safari in two weeks, especially this vaguely Chevy Avalanchey Wrangler rendition.Read more...
  • New Zealand is quite possibly the most car-crazy per capita country in the entire world, as we at TST recently learned by touring the whole country for two weeks. Most importantly, Kiwis take incredible pride in doing everything themselves, from body work, to making parts, to repurposing parts that never should have worked the way they do. This little Vauxhall and its owner, Alex represent everything we love about New Zealand. Read more...

March 11, 2015

  • While America's three or four Velocity Network viewers were fawning over an illustration of what might be a Corvette Zora , Jalopnik reader Johnnyma45 found something that could turn out to be actually real: a shady image of the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro . Or is it?Read more...

March 10, 2015

  • There are over 50 million cars cruising and crashing on Brazilian streets at the moment. Most are looking boring, some look promising . In 2010 the General Motors Corporation had a market share in Brazil of about 20 percent, as much as Volkswagen. As one of the largest manufacturers on this earth with a broad range of makes and models the most cost-effective way in supporting the Brazilian market would be to simply adopt current cars out of the GM range used on other international markets. But...

March 9, 2015

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