It's been another stellar year for Translogic. We explored the futuristic world of electric and autonomous cars, as well as drones, robots and hoverboards.
The List hosts Jessi and Patrick take a look back at their automotive adventures in 2015, from driving an F1 racecar to competing in a soap box derby. In total, our hosts checked 11 challenges off Autoblog's list of "1,001 car things to do before you die," taking them on travels across the United States, Italy, and Morocco.
The List hosts Jessi Combs and Patrick McIntyre have gone on some incredible scenic drives throughout the series, including a drive through the Italian Alps, a cruise on the Pacific Coast Highway, and winding their way across the Tail of the Dragon. Here's a look back at some of our favorite moments of scenic driving.
We've been doing this Autoblog thing for a while, so we know that our bread and butter is obsessively covering the news that happens across the entire automotive spectrum, day in and day out. But that doesn't mean we haven't published a whole lot of other great stuff throughout the year – we bring you new vehicle reviews, exclusive features and other compelling original content, to go along with the steady diet of news. So as we finally tie a bow on 2012, we're looking back to reflect on s
When your summer involves a water-propelled jet pack, high-speed hydroplanes, and being jumped by a professional wakeboarder while trailing off the back of an all-electric sport boat, it warrants a look back. That's why we brought you TRANSLOGIC 72: Best of Summer 2011. For more info on any of the waterlogged rides seen in our summertime special, check out the In Detail posts below:
Sure, there were a few brands missing from the 2009 Detroit Auto Show, but we never got the feeling that things were bleak... until we went looking for ten cool wheels. After walking the floor twice, we were able to come up with nine. America's premiere auto show had left us walking in circles, one wheel short, debating whether an ugly wheel with internally-mounted calipers was cool enough to make the list. And it was then that the real tragedy of this show hit us: not the subtracted brand count