All from the ’90s
It's rare to see one Honda NSX at the best of times. So, you can imagine our surprise when we just happened to pass a flood of them outside a ratty old garage a few miles from Middle-of-Nowhere, Japan.
Possibly the best-kept classic Lambos in the world
Japan loves Lambos. They love them modified with (even more) anti-social exhausts, loud paintwork and scores of flashing LED and neon lights. They also love them pristine-totally perfect and immaculately clean, as though they've just rolled off the production
Partial operability expected by 2022
Stop pinching yourself, because you aren't dreaming. Yes, a subway in the Philippines is happening, and it's expected to be fully operational by the year 2025.The Philippine Department of Transportation (DOTr) already signed the first part of the project'
We have a secret meeting with the M2’s great-grandfather in Japan
Once upon a time, there was an era when turbocharging wasn't just seen as the master key to unlock the laborious WLTP labyrinth. Back in the day, turbos came with a capital T and were toys the naughty boys at the
Are slammed Ferraris sacrilege? Let the Internet flamewar begin!
Depending on how your brain is wired, the image above will either fill you with a warm fuzziness of deep joy or short-term paralysis from deep-seated anger.Yes, that really is a Ferrari low-low. A Testarossa-one of Italy'
More excellence from Japan, including a Lamborghini cat and a car museum in a train station
You may have noticed that we've had an extensive buffet of Japanese car content over the last few weeks. That's because two of our indefatigable photographers-Mark Riccioni and Alex Penfold-have been seemingly trying to capture every single cool
There’s something for everyone at this service station
We've covered Yokohama's Daikoku parking area (PA) a few times over the years. That doesn't matter, though, as it constantly changes and never ceases to amaze. Technically, it's a service station. But for Japanese car nuts, it's
Every year, Tokyo Auto Salon is complemented by the world’s most colorful car meet
While we don't know how you celebrated new year, we'd wager it wasn't as spectacular as this. Every January, when the Tokyo Auto Salon is held, car meets permeate the city. Among the very best sees the whole color
Rare Ferraris and Skylines, impossibly cool racers, and wacky kei cars
As ridiculous as it sounds, high-end car auctions can get a bit samey. Year after year, it's a similar bunch of rare Ferraris, Porsches, and Bugattis that come out of the woodwork and swap owners for a few bazillion dollars.
It’s all about having fun
Cars come in all different shapes and sizes. Some cost a fortune, while others are dirt-cheap. Some are built to fit in even the tiniest of parking spaces, while others are developed with the intention of towering over everything else on
We don’t mind that we can’t actually read them
Coffee-table books are nice: They make great decorative pieces for surfaces that would otherwise remain empty, and provide guests with something to browse as they wait. What's more, there are a ton of them for car guys to choose from.
Starting 2019 with a bang
One car people can't seem to get enough of? The Honda Civic. The Japanese carmaker's long-running compact never fails to draw crowds, regardless of its shape, build, or color. Hell, even the performance-oriented Type-R's pickup version
See for yourself why ‘Vayawak’ became a big hit in Japan
Guys, meet the 'Vayawak.' It's a 1,200cc cruiser created from vintage Harley-Davidson Duo-Glide 'Shovelhead' and 'Panhead' engines from the '50s and '60s, and hand-built by three talented motorcycle fanatics as an entry to the 27th annual Yokohama
Now this is what we call a car meet
Few countries in the world celebrate cars as well as Japan does. Supercars, JDM legends, old-school icons-if it packs an engine and runs on four wheels, it's guaranteed to have a following there.Ironically enough, it's when the
Where the craziness of the grid spectacle is beaten only by the intensity of the racing
Everything is familiar, except it isn't. Not quite. There is shotgun neon, and purposeful bustle. There are huddles of shops, striding people and the pulse of commerce, industrious swarms of taxis and more neon, layered upon each other in a deluge
She’s based in Japan
Let's just cut to the chase. The angelic woman pictured above? She's a taxi driver. Yes, an actual taxi driver-as in she gets people from point A to B inside a car for money. Don't believe us? Just
Marek Kaminski covered 16,000km in three months
As motoring hacks, we'd say we rack up a fair bit of mileage every year-but this man is on an entirely different level. Marek Kaminski is a polar explorer, and on his latest adventure, he drove 16,000km in just
Toyota and Uber have been tapped for this government-led initiative
Automotive and transport companies have long been wanting to take to the skies with flying cars, which are being tipped as a solution to urban traffic congestion.Uber, for instance, has invested $23 million (P1.23 billion) to develop and launch air-
Would you have chosen the same car?
Two dudes, one car, and a 20,000km drive--doesn't sound too extreme, does it? Well, at least not until you find out they're doing it behind the wheel of a 16-year-old, first-generation Toyota Yaris.Yes, two
Mind. Blown.
The legend above the entrance simply says "Advance. High quality car builder," and the cars scattered haphazardly around the entrance seem to attest quite strongly. You want slight retro goodness? Here you can preach. There's a banana yellow RX-7 sporting
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