Autonomous cars will face the same problems as drivers do every day. Situations such as a ball bouncing a across the street followed by hapless child are scenarios we see play out in commercials every time the NFL decides to bore the rest of the world in between hardcore hugging sessions. These commercials are meant…
My friend just sent me over this article which tells the story of people in America rushing to buy SUVs, Pickups, and Vans early this year. And it is fucking stupid.
In any situation where a crash is imminent/occurring the obvious response is to panic... No, wait. The other thing.
The new Ferraris are ugly! There, I said it. I know some of you are thinking it. Especially since Ferrari decided to put cellulite in the hips of the once pretty 458.
Today I was hunting around for cars because I am looking to get rid of my '01 E46 330XI. Since I am male serostitute (southern for "sorority whore") for the BMW make, I was searching around for a similar, but newer, version of what I have. Not far down the "budget bimmer" list, I found a lovely treasure:
(First let me state that I am writing this as a form a venting after a debate with a very narrow minded person who is a millennial and hates cars and I do not expect anyone to take the time to read this. So, it is likely that my grammar is spotty and my flow is inconsistent. Anyway, enjoy!)
Every car enthusiast has a few cars in mind that make them think "why did this car ever leave the drawing board?", "Who was the idiot who said 'meh, that is good enough' and put it into production?", or "I wonder if the designer still has a job?" These thoughts all ran through my head when saw this gem in a store…
Today, I saw a car covered in black fabric heading my way. Knowing that automakers like to dress their "secret" cars like a pornstar in a bondage film, I hurried to grab my camera phone and snapped a few pictures. Apparently, I am not cut out for being a photographer. However, I did get one clean photo.