This particular pregnancy-pic Porsche has quite the patina.
- Erin Marquis
- Nov 7, 2016
Firefighters were not amused.
- Brandon Turkus
- Mar 10, 2016
The dune buggy driver that ran wild across San Diego as part of a viral video has been hit with 26 misdemeanors. He calls it a "small bump in the road."
- Danny King
- Feb 26, 2015
Chevrolet brings popular Instagram photographer to Detroit to publicize next-generation Volt.
- Chris Bruce
- Feb 13, 2015
Cadillac's social media presence across the web is now blank, in preparation for the debut a new advertising campaign during the Oscars.
- Erin Marquis
- Sep 25, 2014
Photographing a car seems deceptively simple. See car, take photo. But anyone who has ever attempted to convey what a car stirs in the enthusiast heart using hashtags knows it is not that easy. A car's personality can change from every angle. Lighting and background are deceptively important. Conditions like dust and even small scratches can send even hardened professionals' thumbs straight to the garbage can icon.
- Adam Morath
- Jul 31, 2013
The Acura NSX Concept made our list of the "Five Future Green Cars We're Most Excited For" back in 2012. To think that was before we saw these teaser videos of the rip-roaring hybrid supercar:
- Jonathon Ramsey
- Jul 30, 2013
Acura won't roll out the prototype NSX until August 4 when it shows up at Mid-Ohio Raceway for the Honda 200 IndyCar race, and the genuine production car isn't scheduled to arrive until 2015. Acura will, though, make the car a Vine and Instagram video star with snippets of the mid-engined roarer lapping the test track in both the dry and the wet.
- Damon Lowney
- Jul 22, 2013
Facebook was so 2010, so it's no surprise that automakers are taking advantage of newer social media applications for their marketing purposes. Most recently, Lexus invited more than 200 followers on Instagram ("Instagrammers"), along with their smartphones, to make a commercial of the 2014 Lexus IS using hundreds of their photos of the car strung together into a video.
- Zach Bowman
- Jan 8, 2013
Toyota has turned to actress Kaley Cuoco for a little help during this year's Super Bowl. The Big Bang Theory star will play a role front and center in the automaker's spot for the game, and Toyota fans have a chance to show up in the ad as well. Anyone can take a photo and upload it via Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #wishgranted for a chance to have their image featured in the commercial on February 3. While Toyota isn't saying exactly what the pictures will be used for, we imagine the
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