The Best of the Worst at the DC Auto Show - The Lower Level

A few days ago we brought you the upper level of the 2015 Washington Auto Show. For those of you who have never visited, there is a bit of a stratification to the DC show. Upstairs is working class, you start with (most of) GM, Fiat Chrysler, Toyota, and then Ford. With the exception of the ZO6, Hellcat, GT350, and… » 1/28/15 11:15am Wednesday 11:15am

Porsche to Blame for RG3 Performance

We can not say with 100% certainty that the Washington Redskin's quarterback Robert Griffin the 3rd drives a red Porsche Panamera GTS but it sure as hell looks like it judging from the tag. Our Instagram spotter @mudmann1225 snapped this shot on Route 50 getting on to I-66 in northern Virginia. Would make sense since… » 12/05/14 5:38pm 12/05/14 5:38pm

Sneed4Speed Billy Club Shift Knob Review

Go to any car show in the world and look at the shift knobs of all the manual transmission cars. You'll find 8 Balls, pistol grips, custom molded this and thats. The trend is that very few knobs are the originals. This is because the shift knob is an intimate part of the driving experience and therefore the most… » 12/04/14 12:12pm 12/04/14 12:12pm

Nissan Skyline GT-R Design Stolen From

Forty-five years ago Dodge released the 1969 Coronet. The front design, face-lifted from 1968, incorporated a unique box design that surrounded the dual headlight housings on both sides. Chrome trim framed the headlights and two long chrome trim strips stretch top and bottom of the narrower grill in between. For the… » 11/21/14 1:58pm 11/21/14 1:58pm

How Special Is It? 2015 Audi Edition Infographic

So often during the car buying process you likely ask yourself, is the "special model" worth it? That could mean evaluating lots of cars bearing letters like ST, M, STI, F, AMG, and in today's analysis "S" and "RS". This is the first of a series of infographics focusing on just how "special" the special model is. We… » 11/12/14 11:19am 11/12/14 11:19am