You’re driving down the highway in your truck. You see that the highway divides into ‘cars only’ and ‘cars + trucks.’ This is just one moment in the linguist trouble of the car/truck dichotomy. »
Ford maintains a 66 mile course of sand and slag to test their trucks off-road, and after whipping the 2017 Ford Raptor through it they say the new aluminum-bodied 3.5 liter turbo truck made a 25 percent improvement on lap times over the old 6.2 V8. »
Batman’s chosen mode of transport has evolved a lot over the years. From swanky car to Tumbler, and even armored tanks. But with a new, heavily armored Batman in town in DC’s Batman comics, there needs to be a new Batmobile to match—and it looks completely, hilariously over the top. Bat-Truck, indeed. »
Documents that appear to have come from a dealer’s meeting lay out a pretty complete price and configuration list for the 2016 Toyota Tacoma. Check it out right here. »
Pope Francis is visiting Ecuador, Bolivia and Paraguay right now where he hopes to shine a little light on wage disparity and environmental issues. He’s also solidifying his “Cool Pope” status by catching rays in a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Popemobile. »
Shopping for a truck to take off-road, I ended up buying a Subaru Outback, then modifying it to meet my need for dirt. 8,500 miles in, how’s it holding up? Pretty damn well, actually.
In an act that can only be described as pure and utter genius, a shop in South Carolina dropped a Ford Raptor rolling chassis under a fifth generation Bronco body. The result? A badass, classic two-door SUV that drives like your favorite modern desert runner. »
Looking for an excuse to post this great 1979 TV spot for the Jeep Cherokee Chief, I realized just how many incredible old truck ads I still haven’t seen. If you’re on the internet instead of out barbecuing right now, find your favorite and share it in the comments!
How? Why? Where do the wheels even go? I understand air bag suspension lets you park a car on its frame but, just, wow. The trucks at this Japanese low rider show have shown me a whole new extreme of modification.
GMC is the unexpected hero of truck sales for June 2015, taking GM way past Ford on pickups and enormous American SUV sales. Meanwhile the Chevy Colorado is still fighting an uphill battle against the Toyota Tacoma in smaller trucks. »
If you’ve never been tempted by the wares at a military surplus auction, you probably just didn’t know they exist. Hundreds of awesome army trucks get hawked every week, and now you can see what it’s like to actually take one home and drive it around! »
What’s the difference between a crash and a stunt? ‘Round here we say; “landing on your wheels, bro!” Here’s how Robby Gordon brought the noise to the Estate Of Lord March at the 2015 Goodwood Festival Of Speed. »
We all know that Robby Gordon won the NORRA Mexican 1000 in his crazy cool Gordini but what about the other vehicles in the race? There were vintage vehicles, bikes and ATVs and a class called Evolution with an assortment of modern race vehicles ranging from Robby Gordon’s Unlimited entry all the way down to mini… »
The 2016 Honda BR-V is like a Honda CR-V that was bent and crimped like an origami napkin. Uh, no “Asian market” pun intended. The final form will probably be dialed back a bit, but these renders look like a positive nudge in design direction for the Big H. »
As far as records go, this has got to be one of the most... pointless. But good gravy it’s amazing to watch! »
Make yourself some time to kill and then spend it watching the 2013 Mint 400. Mad Media has just uploaded the entire race broadcast for you to enjoy right here! Even if you remember who won, it’s a hell of a ride. »
Maybe someone tricked Dmitry Sotnikov into taking his Dakar-racing Kamaz 4326 T4 supertruck on Goodwood’s road course when he was supposed to play in the Activities Field... but this might be your only chance to see how it does on tarmac! »
A semi-truck carrying 408 beehives, which were home to about 50,000 bees a piece tipped over on an Idaho highway yesterday. Cops say they caught up with the driver who “took off running” and who the heck could blame him!? »