According to a tip from a Jalopnik reader, the owner of 12 Ferraris — plus an incongruous but very cool Ford Thunderbird — also owned a real estate company that went bankrupt. Unfortunately, he had all the cars parked in a building owned by the company, so they’re up for auction now. More »
OnStar might be pricey, but could pay off in a crisis | AutoNews
A hurricane doesn’t rattle Mary Ann Adams. Every day is a crisis in her job at OnStar.
I’ve seen the future, and it’s a grim place for hoons like you and me. Cameras will monitor our speed. Congestion will reduce our opportunities to drive fast. Our own vehicles will report driver behavior back to the authorities. Hell, it’s 2012 and it’d be socially unacceptable to enjoy our vehicles’ performance even if we could afford to put gas in the tank. But what if there were a third way? More »
The Bentley Arnage is the last of the truly old school Bentleys. But that also means it’s old school British, with a penchant for faulty electronics and leaks whenever it rains. More »
Scott Pitman, a Wichita, Kansas dealer, faced an online nightmare after Google arbitrarily deleted a large majority of his business’s Google+ Local reviews leaving them with only nine negative reviews. In all, almost 400 reviews, mostly positive, were deleted without notice, explanation, or chance to appeal. “Google believes it can do whatever it wants and […]